Pawz By The Sea 5K

Sponsors

Animal Hospital by the Sea

Located in the heart of downtown Langley, Animal Hospital by the Sea is Whidbey Island’s newest small animal care facility. Dr. Jean Dieden, a long-time island resident, brings home almost 30 years of experience as a small animal veterinarian to best serve Whidbey’s active pet community.

Langley Main Street Association (LMSA)

The purpose of LMSA is to promote preservation in a positive manner, to develop educational and social activity programs, to assist the city in public works streetscape activities and the development of design standards, and to collaborate with other organizations engaged in similar purposes.

Amica Insurance Seattle Marathon

The Seattle Marathon Association (SMA) is a nonprofit organization governed by a ten-member Board of Directors. It is proud of its commitment to providing a quality running event in the Pacific Northwest, providing our sponsors with maximum exposure in association with the event and making a positive social and economic impact on the city of Seattle.

Perfect Time Events

Perfect Time Events is a full-service event management company dedicated to the sport of running. We are seasoned planners with more than 25 years experience in the coordinating, timing and execution of race events both large and small. Whether you are expecting 10 participants or 10,000, we can help with all aspects of your event.

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PARTNERS

Happy Hounds 4-H Club

4-H is in the business of growing kids! We do this by working in our community to offer a wide range of opportunities for K-12 youth. Our goal is to support kids as they discover their talents and interests and then provide them with experiences to help them deepen, strengthen and use those talents and interests!

Good Cheer Food Bank

Good Cheer is a community grassroots charity that has been helping neighbors in need on the south end of Whidbey Island since 1962. Over the decades, this nonprofit organization 501(c)3 organization has grown into a model Food Bank, supported chiefly by proceeds from its two thrift stores.