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2015 Amarillo Heart GLO
5K, 5 Mile
Fri, May 8, 2015
5K Fun Run - 13 & under 5K
5K Fun Run - 14-18 5K
5K Fun Run - 19 & Above 5K
1.5 Mile Family Walk - 0-13 1.5 Mile Walk
1.5 Mile Family Walk - 14-18 1.5 Mile Walk
1.5 Mile Family Walk - 19 & Above 1.5 Mile Walk
About This Activity
Join the families of Mended Little Hearts of Amarillo on Friday night, May 8th, 2015 at John Stiff Memorial Park for the 4th Annual Amarillo Heart GLO!
100% of the proceeds benefit Mended Little Hearts of Amarillo!
Presented by Pioneer Natual Resources
Sponsored by Diversified Improvement Contractors, Rhynehart Roofing
Pre-Registration and Packet Pick up Wednesday, May 6 at Beef 'O' Brady's 6:00-8:00.
COME - GET YOUR GLO ON!
"Glowing one heartbeat at a time!"
Event details and schedule
Each registered participant receives entry to the event, glow items, entertainment and race t-shirt!
Dress up in your craziest glowing costumes and fun glow-in-the-dark gear!
Pre-registration and packet pick-up at Beef O Brady's on Wednesday May 6th from 6:00-8:00 (come eat dinner with us for our Spirit Night and pick up your race gear!)
This event is a family friendly event that is a 5K Fun Run and 1.5 Mile Family Walk.
For many parents, hearing the heartbeat of their unborn child becomes their first, loving bond to that child. It's no wonder, then, that discovering that their child has a heart defect, whether diagnosed in the womb, shortly after birth or during childhood, can be devastating. Mended Little Hearts, a support program for parents of children with heart defects and heart disease, is dedicated to inspiring hope in those who care for the littlest heart patients of all. Mended Little Hearts offers resources and a caring support network as families find answers and move forward to find healing and hope. For families with children who live with heart defects and disease, Mended Little Hearts of Amarillo is a support network providing education, advocacy, awareness, and outreach in the Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma Panhandle.