1st Annual Inclusion Alliance 5k Run & walk

May 6, 2023 | Yakima, WA
Randall Park - 1399 S. 48 Ave Yakima, WA 98902
10AM - 3PM

Packet Pickup

Friday - May 5, 2023: 10AM - 6PM
Adaptive Star Mobility
732 N 16th Ave, Suite 25
Yakima, WA 98902

*We will have packets available the day of the event from 7:30AM - 8:30AM.


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Awesome, inspiring, and life changing!

This is our 1st Inclusion run and walk event; we hope it’s the first of many!

We work with many people and groups who have inspired us to bring such an event to the Yakima Valley.

We encourage everyone to join no matter your ability to participate!

Can't make it, but still want to help?

If you are unable to come but would still like to show support to our community, we accept donations online and by check. Checks can be sent through mail to PO BOX 369 Selah, WA 98942

What You Can Expect

This event is about building awareness through action; by showing the importance of inclusion, all while taking steps to make our community all inclusive:

  • Accessible parking reserved with volunteers to help with the transition.
  • Food, beverage, and snack vendors.
  • Information booths with products and services available in the valley for those in the special needs community.
  • A T-Shirt and medal!

You can run, walk, use your own wheelchair OR you can use a chair Adaptive Star provides that day along with an assistant to walk or run the course with you.


  • Want to volunteer?
    We have a variety of areas you can help:
  • Be a walk buddy or a run buddy.
  • Help with parking and directions.
  • Booth support and information center.

Please sign up to help in the registration form.

5k Registration

Registration Info

Who are you registering?
Parent/Guardian Name
Parent/Guardian Name
Minor's Name
Minor's Name
T-Shirt Size
Mailing Address
Mailing Address
Will you be using one of our chairs?
Will you be pushing the athlete?

You will need to fill out a chart to use one of our chairs. Please read the instructions and fill out this downloadable PDF and email to: nikki@adaptivestar.com

PLEASE NOTE: For the benefit of the Assisted Athlete, it is always best to have the correct measurements to ensure the comfort and safety while in their push chair or Racer. Please follow these simple instructions on how to measure your passenger. Please call us immediately if you have any questions.

  • For the best results, have the Assisted Athlete sit in a hard open back chair
    Preferably a kitchen chair or their Wheelchair. IMPORTANT!! Do not take
    measurements while Assisted Athlete is laying down.
  • Allow them to sit in a relaxed position as that is how they will sit in the chair.
  • Keep the measuring tape straight at all times. Do not contour the measuring tape
    to their body.
  • While measuring from the tailbone to top of head, it is a good idea to have a ruler
    handy. Holding the ruler on top of the head partially sticking straight out, use
    the measuring tape from the tailbone to the underside of the ruler. You can use
    this same technique with the seat depth measurement as well, putting the ruler
    under the back of the knee.


  • Lower leg length, seat depth and seated height when added together should equal
    or be very close to their actual total height in inches.
  • Seat depth and lower leg length should both be very close to the same
I fully understand that:
I hereby grant:
I further understand that:
Registration Fee

Ticket: $30.00


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