Be A Hero 5K!

5K

Event Date

Fri, Sep 9, 2016

Address

Prestonsburg, KY

Pricing

Activity Today Later

Running-5K - Over 15

$20 $25 Closed

Running-5K - 15 and Under

$10 $10 Closed

About This Activity

Be A Hero 5K
 Friday September 9th @ 7PM
Registration begins at 6:00PM
Trimble Branch Park, Downtown Prestonsburg
Race Fees & Registration
By Sept 5th $20
6th-Race Day $25
Groups of 10 or more $15
Youth 15 & under $10
Drop forms off at Benchmark Family Services or US Bank Pretonsburg...
Come dressed as your favorite super hero! Best adult and youth costume prizes will be given.
This event is being held to raise awareness of the need for foster parents in our community. Benchmark Family Services is the largest therapeutic foster care provider in Kentucky. How is therapeutic foster care different than regular foster care? Therapeutic foster homes take in youth who have been severely neglected or abused. These therapeutic foster children can have a number of presenting issues that are a direct result from their past. We also serve a number of children with emotional, mental and physical disabilities. Most of the youth we serve are adolescents who require more intensive care and support.

Event details and schedule

Be A Hero 5K
 Friday September 9th @ 7PM
Registration begins at 6:00PM
Trimble Branch Park, Downtown Prestonsburg
Race Fees & Registration
By Sept 5th $20
6th-Race Day $25
Groups of 10 or more $15
Youth 15 & under $10
Drop forms off at Benchmark Family Services or US Bank Pretonsburg...
Come dressed as your favorite super hero! Best adult and youth costume prizes will be given.
This event is being held to raise awareness of the need for foster parents in our community. Benchmark Family Services is the largest therapeutic foster care provider in Kentucky. How is therapeutic foster care different than regular foster care? Therapeutic foster homes take in youth who have been severely neglected or abused. These therapeutic foster children can have a number of presenting issues that are a direct result from their past. We also serve a number of children with emotional, mental and physical disabilities. Most of the youth we serve are adolescents who require more intensive care and support.

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