Registration for The Dublin Pub One Mile Run is $30 through Saturday, Feb. 29. It will cost $35 March 1-15 and $40 the day of the race.
The top prizes will include bottles of Jameson Whiskey, T-shirts and gift cards.
Each racer will receive an event logo T-shirt, finisher medal/drink glass, Jameson beads, a shot of Jameson or a drink, an event bib and entry into the Dublin Pub St. Patrick's Day party on March 16 and 17.
Regular admission to the party is $10 for both days.
The March 16 party will feature music spun by D.J. Jay Nigro and performed by the band Stranger.
Lines for the St. Patrick’s Day festivities begin at 4:30 a.m. the next day with breakfast served beginning at 5:30 a.m.
There will be entertainment throughout the day.
Tieber said this year's 6 p.m. St. Patrick Day toast to his father, the late Jay Tieber, and other who have passed will include recognition of the victims of the Aug. 4 Oregon District mass shooting.
The race will follow a Pound exercise class at 5 p.m., with a costume contest at the starting line just before 6 p.m.
Tieber said a portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit the Pink Ribbon Girls, an organization that helps women fighting breast and other cancers with meals, transportation and other services.
Tieber's wife, Suzie Tieber, is a breast cancer survivor.
“We are very lucky and very fortunate and we have seen a lot of people go through it,” he said of breast cancer.
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Tieber said he is excited about what is to come in the Oregon District in March.
It will bring the return after eight years of the Big Hoopla, an Oregon District street party planned for Sunday, March 15.
That event kicks off NCAA First Four Division I Men’s Basketball Championship games at the University of Dayton.
“Everybody wants this time of year to be electric in Dayton,” he said. “It is a really exciting time. This is the place you want to be. It is going to be awesome.”
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