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Sat, Mar 12, 2016
New Iberia, LA
Running-5K - Individual Age group/open
Running-5K - Group-registration team Age group/open
About This Activity
5K Color Run/Walk Event
Saturday, March, 12, 2016 8am
New Iberia City Park, 300 Parkview, Dr., New Iberia, La 70560
Entry Fees: Individual: $40 per person or Team: (4 or more): $30 per person. Due by 2/12/16
Prices includes: Entry into the 5k color run, custom T-shirt & color packet for after party.
All registration forms received after the 2/12/16 can still register w/ a $5.00 late fee & we cannot guarantee T-shirt.
Kids 10 & under free but they don’t receive a packet (please mark kids on form next to your name).
Race check in time is 7:00am-7:30am. Pre-run warm up will begin @ 7:30. Race starts at 8am. Stay for Post Event after party.
Additional Shirt can be purchased for $10.00 & Children sizes are available.
Event Waiver: I know that participating in the 5K Color event is at my own risk. I should not enter unless I am medically able and properly trained. I also assume any and all risk associated with this event including but not limited to falls, contact with other participants, the effects of the weather, including high heat and or humidity and the conditions of the roads and traffic, all such risk being known and appreciated by me. Knowing these facts and in consideration of your accepting my entry, I hereby, for myself covenant not to sue and waive, release and discharge the Diabetic Kitchen and New Iberia City Park for any purpose. This release and waiver extends to all claims of every kind or nature, whatsoever, foreseen or unforeseen, known or unknown.
This event is unique because you can pick which cause you support. Below will explain each organization and what it supports.
Wounded Warrior Project:
WWPis a charity and veterans service organization that offers a variety of programs, service and events for wounded veterans of the military actions following the events of September 11, 2001. It operates as a nonprofit 501 organization. WWP's vision is to "foster the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation's history" as it works to raise awareness and enlist the public's aid for the needs of severely injured service members, help severely injured service members aid and assist each other and provide unique, direct programs and services to meet their needs. For more information please visit www.woundedwarriorproject.org
The Diabetic Kitchen:
Diabetes affects 8.3% of Americans. 27% of Americans do not know they have this disease. The mission of the American Diabetic Association is to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of the people affected. The Diabetic Kitchen is a support & management group for people with Diabetes. This support group offers support to people and also teaches them to manage diabetes. A support group as the Diabetic Kitchen is an important key to help someone struggling with this disease. On May 24, 2012 the website was launched with their D & T (Dine & Talk) concept. They have monthly meetings, prepare a diabetic friendly meal and discuss their thoughts, ideas and concerns with others. The idea for The Diabetic Kitchen was the idea of Nathaniel Mitchell Sr., a type 2 Diabetic. When he was diagnosed he choose to rise up and use the disease as a tool to reach others suffering. For more information please visit The Diabetic kitchen online: www.thediabetickithcen.org
Your gift to MD Anderson Cancer Center will make a difference in the lives of cancer patients now and in the future by supporting innovative cancer patient care, research, education and prevention programs at one of the world's most outstanding comprehensive cancer lefts. For more information please visit www.mdanderson.org
National Autism Association:
Since 2003, the National Autism Association has created and implemented direct-assistance programs for the growing number of families affected by autism. Along with these services, NAA provides autism research funding, ongoing advocacy, support and education. Because we are a parent-led non-profit organization, our objectives and resources left on:
Strengthening autism families by providing support in areas of greatest need, such as safety, therapy and medical services
Providing our members and community with the latest information pertaining to research, education, legislation, safety, and therapy and treatment trends
Funding impactful research studies aimed at real progress for our children
Raising awareness about the autism epidemic
Although autism affects more children than any other childhood disorder, it is still the least funded. As awareness increases about autism, our hope is that resources will also increase. Until that time, we will continue to expand our programs so that we may provide support to as many autism families as possible. For more information please visit: http://nationalautismassociation.org