MagPRO Awards to Host 5K/2K September 14

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Hagatna, Guam –  (August 11) – The Government of Guam MagPRO Awards Employee Recognition Program will be sponsoring a 5K/2K Fun Run/Walk on Sunday, September 14, in Guam’s capital city of Hagåtña.   

The event is open to the public and will start at the Chamorro Village to the Governor’s Complex in Adelup and back. Show time is 5:15 a.m. and go time is 6 a.m.

T-shirts will be given to the first 250 5K finishers and 50 2K finishers. Medals will also be awarded to the top three 5K finishers in each division and certificates will be given to the top five male and female 2K finishers. Pre-registration is $7 per person and race day registration is $10 per person. A special rate of $25 for groups of five is also being offered.

Additionally, the event will feature a “Crazy Hat Contest” that will include cash prizes of $50.00 for 3rd place, $100.00 for 2nd place and $150.00 for 1st place.

Interested individuals can register at iFIT Guam in Tamuning or contact their GovGuam health coach or representative.

For more information on the 5K/2K registration, contact iFIT Guam at 989-8348 (UFIT) or Teejay Siguenza at 646-4361.  

Print out the Registration form HERE  


About the MagPRO Awards:

The MagPRO Awards is a government-wide employee recognition program within the Executive Branch of the government of Guam.  It is the highest and most competitive employee awards program bestowed by the Governor of Guam, which showcases the outstanding employees and programs of the government of Guam. The recognition and competition spans over 40 departments and agencies, and 55 occupational groups ranging from clerical, labor, trades, professional and technical positions.  The various awards reflect individual and group performance, valor, cost savings, integrity, community service and sports.

The MagPRO Awards Program is an expanded version of the Magnificent Seven Program, the government-wide awards recognition which began in 1987. The general concept of the Magnificent Seven Program, commonly referred to as “Mag7,” has continued throughout the years. Many departments and agencies have adopted the Mag7 program and have tailored it to fit their own organizational needs. Past governors have added other award categories to the Mag7 and have implemented the program at a government-wide level under the titles of the “Excel” Program, the “MagHOPE” Program, and now the “MagPRO” Awards Program.