More than a thousand people were at Potawatomi Park on Saturday for the Girls on the Run 5K.
The 5K marks the end of the season for the program.
This is the second 3-point-1 mile race of the year, with Elkhart's Girls on the Run 5K happening last weekend.
At the end, all runners got a medal to celebrate the incredible achievement.
Those with the program say it teaches girls important life skills and increases physical activity -- through running.
“They have the power and confidence to be really strong, leadership-style girls and 5K isn't daunting, you know. They can do a 5K, they can do anything,” said Rochelle Day, Girls on the Run Communication Manager.
Girls on the Run is already looking for volunteers and participants for next season.