Administrative Services

WIU Women's Golf League

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Attention Women Golfers
You are invited to join the WIU 9-Hole Women's Golf League

From beginner to expert player, the Harry Mussatto Women's Golf League offers camaraderie and competition for everyone!

  • Play Begins on Wednesday, May 6 and lasts for 16-weeks (May 6 through August 19)
  • Play begins at 5:00 pm
  • Awards Banquet on August 26

The league's format of group play and games gives every member a chance to play, to improve, and to enjoy the company of other golfers.

  • $10 to join the League
  • $16 per week greens fees for league participants who are not members of HMGC. (includes green fees and cart)

Joining the League is EASY! 3 Ways to Register...

  • Register online
  • Sign up at the organizational meeting on Wednesday, May 6 at 5:00 pm at the HMGC Clubhouse (Weather permitting, we will play a Scramble afterwards), or
  • Contact Vicki Green at for more information and/or to answer any questions.

Make Time for Yourself exercise classes

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Questions? Please contact Kelley Kenady at

Giddy Up!!!

(class will focus on balance, body weight, exercise band, and stretching)
Sherman Hall, 3rd floor auditorium
Every Monday and Wednesday
May 18-June 24 (except for Memorial Day, May 25)
12:20-12:40 pm
(change of clothing not required. Tennis or walking shoes are recommended)

Pilates & Yoga

Multicultural Center
Tuesday and Thursday
May 19, 21, 26, 28; June 2, 9 11; July 2,7 9, 14, 28, 30
12:20-12:50 pm

Life Fitness Band Machines

Spencer Student Recreation Center
(meet in the OASIS by the Front Desk)
Tuesday, June, 16, 23; July 21
12:20-12:50 pm
(Membership to Spencer Recreation Center NOT required)
Workout attire required

Chair Yoga

Horrabin Hall 1
Thursday, June 4, 18, 25; July 16, 23
(comfortable shoes are recommended)

W.O.W. Park (Carthage) Night-time 5K Run/Walk with Glow Sticks

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The 2nd annual World of Wonders Park Night-time 5k with Glow Sticks, a family friendly 5k, will be held on Saturday, August 29, 2015, in Carthage, Illinois.

Registration Website
We encourage runners to access the Website and enjoy the convenience of registering and paying online. Our paper registration form is available for those wishing to register by mail. Family of four registration is available for $75 by mail only.

Registration: Entry fees are $30.00 for adults and $20 for individuals under 18 years of age. Family of four registration is available for $75 by mail only. All run day registrants will be charged $35.00. Registrations received by August 7th will get a glow-in-the-dark t-shirt and glow sticks!

For more information, visit the event facebook page.

Grin and Bear It 5K

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The McDonough County "Grin And Bear It" 5K Run/Walk is about helping the community and giving back to those in need. All proceeds from this event will go to help fund a future dental day in McDonough County. Individuals 18 and older will be seen by a dentist and receive dental treatment free of charge. Dental health is important to overall health. Won't you Grin and Bear this run through the woods to help a person in your community? Together we can move towards healthier smiles for all.


Spring Lake
595 N. 1500th Rd.
Macomb, IL 61455


Sat Aug. 29th, 2015
Race day registration at 6:45 am - 7:45 am
Race starts at 8:00 am


Advance Reg - $25
Race Day - $30

Awards for 1st and 2nd in both males and females of 6 different age groups. T-shirts for pre-registered.

For more information contact Kerri Allen at the McDonough County Health Department,
PH: 309-837-9951 x205

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Quad Cities Marathon

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Are you ready for the Midwest's favorite marathon? The Quad Cities Marathon, a USATF certified course is held annually on the fourth Sunday in September. The 26.2 mile run starts and ends at 1201 River Drive in downtown Moline, IL. The event benefits two worthy causes: prostate cancer research & screening and the Erika Kate Foundation, helping families of children with life threatening heart conditions. The flat and fast course features one of the finest, most scenic river views in the country. It covers 5 races, 4 cities, 3 bridges, 2 states, and 1 island, all along the mighty Mississippi River.

Marathon Relay

Do you want to participate in The Quad Cities Marathon but prefer a shorter distance? Recruit your team of five runners and make it a team effort. It's fun and easy! We shuttle you to your transition area and then back to the finish area once you are done running. There will be a Relay Regroup Area about a block before the Finish Line for those relay teams wishing to finish together as a team across the Finish Line. Every team member will receive a great Finisher's Medal.

Half Marathon

Do you want to participate in the Midwest's favorite race event, but prefer the distance of a half marathon? The Quad Cities Marathon's fastest growing event is the Half Marathon. With the same start and finish as the Marathon, this 13.1 mile race features all the bridges and spectacular views of the marathon route with lots of entertainment and support.

5K Run/Walk

An out and back course. It's fun, flat and full of energy. The 5K is open to all ages and abilities, runners and walkers alike. Be one of the first to enjoy the refreshments and live music at the rocking APAC Post Race Party. It's also a fun and relaxed way to be able to join in the Group O Corporate or Non-Profit Challenge.

Visit the Quad Cities Marathon Website for more information or to register.

QC Marathon 2012 Winner

Fallen Soldiers 5K Run/Walk

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October 10th, 2015

In October 2014, more than 500 runners and walkers joined forces to raise over $20,000 by participating in Western Illinois University's 3rd Annual Fallen Soldiers 5k Run/Walk, and event organizers hope to see over 550 in this year's event.

The event is designed as a fundraiser for the Fallen Soldier's Scholarship Fund in honor of two WIU alumni who were killed in the line of duty, Capt. Derek Dobogai and Lt. Col. Robert Baldwin. Dobogai, who graduated from Western in 2003 with a bachelor's degree in law enforcement and justice administration, was among the 14 U.S. soldiers aboard a Black Hawk helicopter that crashed Aug. 22, 2007 in northern Iraq. Baldwin, who earned a bachelor's degree in industrial technology from WIU in 1993, was killed Sept. 21, 2010 when his Blackhawk UH-60 helicopter carrying Navy SEALs crashed during combat operations in the Zabul province of Afghanistan.

Money raised from the 5k Run/Walk is directed toward the WIU Fallen Soldiers Scholarship Fund, which supports veterans and service members currently enrolled at Western. Additional donations are welcome. The entry fee is $25 per person, and pre-registration is due by Sept. 28th ($35 registration after 9/28).

While the scholarship and program will continue to honor the men for whom the scholarship was established, each year the event will also recognize the recipients of scholarships that are awarded in the preceding year.

For registration information, contact Holly Fecht at (309) 298-1861, or email For general race information, email Judy Yeast (

Mile Marker Sponsor

  • Dave & Jackie Thompson

Race Route Sponsors

Other Race Sponsors

Halloween Hustle 5K (Oquawka)

Eagle View Community Health System

6th Annual "Run for the Health of it" to benefit Eagle View Community Health System

Date: Saturday, October 17, 2015
Time: 9:00 AM
Place: Starting Line @ the Oquawka Track

Children's activities will include: face painting by JelliBean the Clown, games, balloon animals, and races for all ages!

For more information or to sign up, use the Registration Form