A Community United

JesVic 5k

June 6, 20202019 Shirt
5K at 9 AM
Kids’ 1/2 Mile at 10:15 AM
1125 Main Street Watsontown

Registration and awards at the WR Fire Station located across the street from the Watsontown Elementary School.

Thank you all of your support over the years.  We hope you all enjoyed the 5k.  Check out the results page and the media page for pictures.

2017 start

2017 Start

The Watsontown JesVic 5K was started in 2007 by Shannon (Hoffman) Pyles and Suzie (Wade) Watts to honor two community women, Jessica Wade and Vicki Hitesman, who both passed away from cancer. Jessica was a blue-eyed, athletic 20-year-old, a graduate of Warrior Run High School, who pursued a college degree. Among her many goals was to run a marathon someday. The other—a former nurse who touched the lives of the patients and their families from her early days at Williamsport Hospital and Kramm’s Nursing Home. She was a survivor of Hodgkin’s disease. Her youngest son played baseball, her oldest ran cross country at Warrior Run. Vicki and her husband (who is also a runner) supported the cross-country team, and all their sons’ endeavors.

Both had touched the lives of those in their community and in their workplace. We hope this race will continue that legacy.

The money raised supports local families with members facing disease and struggling with the resulting medical bills. In its first 12 years, the 5K has raised more than $60,000 with the support of sponsor businesses, donations, volunteers, runners, walkers, spectators and friends. The JesVic organizers, and those supported by the funds, are forever grateful.


Team TEYGIT from WR Elementary School 2019

Falcon Race Timing is timing our 2019.  Untitled-1


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Email Us: JesVic5k@gmail.com

JesVic View

This view makes the climb worth it.

The Grenoble family members designed T-shirts to support one of their own fighting cancer (2010).

Not a runner? We have about 100 walkers show up every year to support the cause!



2015 Winner Dan Isenberg