Jake’s Del Mar 30th Annual Fun Run raises $8,000 for Del Mar Lifeguard Association

(Left to right): Perry Ustick, Hunter Hanson, Chelsea Buser and Taylor Tinley

Jake’s Del Mar recently hosted its 30th Annual Jake’s Del Mar Beach Fun Run, which raised through its Legacy of Aloha program $8,000 for the Del Mar Lifeguard Association.

The 5K (3.2 miles) Fun Run, took place on the beach, starting and finishing at Jake’s Del Mar. Run participants enjoyed a beautiful afternoon on the beach including a healthy barbecue, drinks, live music from ProductTheBand, awards and raffle prizes and the 30th annual commemorative T-shirt. Race awards were given in various categories including: men’s, women’s, youth, stroller and oldest Jake’s Fun Run T-shirt divisions:

First Man Finisher: Marshall Varano

First Woman Finisher: Heidi Nevin

First Stroller: Andy Kirkpatrick

Youngest Finisher: (Tied) Ryder Van Betten and Wylie Schmitz both 4 years old

First Youth Finisher: Gabriel Alvarado

Oldest to Finish: Vern Yates, age 77

Oldest Jake’s Fun Run T-shirt: Ron Higgins, 1985

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