It seems just about every event we look forward to has been canceled thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. Colonie High School's "Raider Fest" is no exception to those cancellations. Raider Fest has been the end of the school year event where students, school officials, and members of the community could come together for fun and to raise money for great causes. The students at Colonie High have decided that just because they can't gather in person doesn't mean they can't gather virtually and still do some good for Northern Rivers. This year you can join in on the "Dash of Kindness" virtual 5K.

Colonie Central High School Associate Principal Thomas Kachadurian and two of the student organizers joined Levack and Goz to tell us all about the 5K.


Participants can run, jog, or walk on the road, trail, or treadmill. Runners/walkers can participate at their convenience and document the experience by posting a photo of themselves with their race tag using #DashOfKindness.

Pricing Info

  • For $25, you can pick up your Dash Pack on Tuesday, May 26  through Friday, May 29 at the Colonie High School Main Entrance from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Once registered, you will set up an appointment to pick up your Dash Pack. Social distancing guidelines will be practiced.
  • For $30, you could have your Dash Pack delivered to your door (social distancing guidelines will be practiced). Restrictions do apply; please visit the registration link above for more details
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