Lebro's Fall Classic

5K, 1 Mile

Event Date

Sat, Sep 12, 2015


Getzville, NY

About This Activity

Lebro's 27th Annual Fall Classic
Date— Saturday, September 12, 2015 
Time— Kids Run: 9:15AM SHARP 5K Run: 10AM SHARP
Location— Lebro’s Restaurant 330 Campbell Blvd, Getzville, NY
Fee— 5K Run/Walk/Wheelchair (helmet required): $20 prior to 7/31/15 
$25 before 9/10/15 $30 on or after 9/10/15 
1-Mile Kids Run*: $8 before 9/10/15 $10 on or after 9/10/15 
(Registration closes 15 minutes before race start)
Packet Pick-Up— 8:00AM Day of Race
*1-Mile Kids Run for ages 5-12; under 5 must be accompanied by an adult.

General Information:
- Walkers are welcome!
- First 300 5K runners will receive apparel item
- Kids Run runners will receive apparel item
- Certified and sanctioned
- Bib Timing by YellowJacket Racing
- Time splits each mile
- Water on course
Awards: All Kids Fun Run participants will receive an award at the finish line. First overall male and female in the 5K will receive a $75 gift card. 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place finishers in 5 year age groups from 10 to 85 are recognized.

All runners and their families are invited to the family party starting immediately after the Kids Fun Run. Party in-cludes:
- Tim Horton’s Coffee
- Food and beverage
- Music
- Rock Climbing Wall
- Face painting and clowns
And more!

Donations to Carly’s Club provide critical funding in order to make significant strides in pediatric cancer research. Currently, Roswell Park’s Dr. Matthew Barth is exploring more effective ways of treating lymphoma, one of the most common cancers in young people. Lymphoma, the third most common pediatric malignancy and the single most common in adolescents and young adults, is treatable with highly toxic multi-agent chemotherapy regimens that are associated with significant acute and late side effects. New developments could give patients a bet-ter shot at survival and would lower doses of chemotherapy, reducing the toxic side effects of those treatments and improving patients’ quality of life.
Additionally, gifts to Carly’s Club fund year-round social support programs meeting the emotional and social needs of Roswell Park’s youngest patients. Recently, Carly’s Club hosted the following events for these deserving patients and their families: an overnight experience at the Buffalo Zoo, a day of bowling at Airport Lanes, and game night at Dave and Buster’s.
Carly’s Club members, Nya and Sydney enjoying some time in the Carly’s Club suite at the Sabres game!

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