8th Annual Swift-Cantrell Classic – Kennesaw Grand Prix Race #1

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The 8th Annual Swift-Cantrell Classic 5k was run this past weekend with a record number of participants. The Swift-Cantrell Classic, which is the first of six Kennesaw Grand Prix races, enjoyed a total of 1,157 runners from all over the state. Competitors even came from as far as Florida and Virginia. Benjamin LeBlanc of Powder Springs, GA finished first overall with a time … Read More

Swift-Cantrell Classic 5K – Kennesaw Grand Prix – Register Now

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Registration has just begun for the opening race of the Kennesaw Grand Prix Series. The Swift-Cantrell Classic 5K, a benefit race that supports the Swift-Cantrell Park Foundation, will be held on Saturday, May 13th. The race begins at the Kennesaw First Baptist Church, meanders through Swift-Cantrell Park, and finishes in historic downtown Kennesaw. The fast and flat race is professionally timed … Read More

Swift-Cantrell Park Foundation Donates $40K to Splash Pad

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Robust communities are built with an engaged public, a supportive city government, and a group of involved citizens willing to donate their time to help their community thrive. The Swift-Cantrell Park Foundation, with the help of their flagship sponsor, Gas South, donated $40,000 to the City of Kennesaw to help fund construction of the Splash Pad at Swift-Cantrell Park. The donation took place during the … Read More

Gas South Supports Swift-Cantrell Park and Kennesaw Residents

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Atlanta based Gas South has long been a supporter of Swift-Cantrell Park. Throughout the past five years, Gas South has donated close to $60,000 to the park and has come up with yet another way to give back to our local community. For Kennesaw residents, Gas South offers a special promo code that gives an customers an extra 2 cent … Read More

Swift-Cantrell Classic Kicks off Kennesaw Grand Prix Series with a Bang

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The Kennesaw Grand Prix Series opened this past weekend with the Swift-Cantrell Classic 5K. The race, which benefits the Swift-Cantrell Park Foundation, has been the series opening event since 2011. In total, 943 runners participated in the Swift-Cantrell Classic. Michael Malkowski finished first among the men with a time of 16:40 while Veronica Amele finished first among women at 18:54. The overall masters winners … Read More