Time To Register! Stones River Relay – April 2, 2011
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A non-competitive, family event, benefiting Stones River Watershed projects. Join us for a 22-mile relay across Cannon County, TN!

The East Fork of the Stones River begins in Cannon County and flows west and north emptying into Percy Priest Reservoir near Nashville. The East Fork begins as a tiny spring coming forth from a stone outcropping slowly growing as it winds its way through downtown Woodbury and then onward through Rutherford and Wilson counties.

The Stones River Watershed Association (SRWA) is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit all volunteer organization. The mission of SRWA is to protect, preserve, enhance and restore the natural resources within the Stones River Watershed.

The Relay is a community event focused on getting people outside and onto the River. Beginning on Short Mountain – the highest point in middle-Tennessee – the Relay has three stages. The first leg is a run (mostly downhill). Stage two is a bike ride (again mostly downhill). Stage three is a paddle (downstream) : entrants will switch to canoes or kayaks at the Arts Center of Cannon County. At that location the River is deep and wide enough to accommodate a flotilla of paddlers who will work their way downstream ultimately exiting the River at the newly restored Readyville Mill.

Entrants are welcome to participate solo or as a team to complete one, or all three legs of the Relay. This is a fun, family event. Children and adults are encouraged to register. No children under 6 years old. Children 6-12 years of age must be accompanied by a parent, or designated guardian.

Check-in on Event Day will be 8:00 – 8:30 AM at the Arts Center. Boats will be inventoried there; participants and their bicycles will be shuttled to the Short Mountain School where bikes will be inventoried; runners will then be driven to the top of Short Mountain to the Relay starting point. The Run – first leg of the Relay – will begin at 9:30 AM.

Proceeds from the event will be shared by the host sites and SRWA to be reinvested in water-focused environmental projects.

We warmly welcome your participation in the Relay and with future SRWA activities.

Please contact us at relay-info@stonesriverrelay.com, or contact Neal Appelbaum at (615) 563-3276 if you have questions about registering for the event or if would like to volunteer to staff the Relay on April 2, 2011.

We look forward to seeing you on the River!
Members Opinions:
February 04, 2011 at 1:08pm
I participated in this last year and really enjoyed myself! I hope more people will be involved this next year!

Good luck Stones River Relay!
February 07, 2011 at 10:32am
This was such a fun event for my boys to participate in last year. They are looking forward to doing it again.
Will the participants get T-shirts this year?

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