5k Runners Can “Be A Hero” for the Erie County Child Abuse Task Force
Posted: March 20, 2014
The Erie Community Child Abuse Task Force (CATF) is sponsoring a
5k running race and 2K run/walk on April 13 at Presque Isle State
Called "Be A Hero," the race is held in association with Crime
Victim Center of Erie County and Safe Harbor Behavioral Health, and
will benefit CATF.
Participants are encouraged to dress either as their favorite
superhero or to wear their favorite superhero t- shirt. Prizes will
be given to the top three finishers in both male and female
divisions for the 5K run and for the 2K run/walk in each age
Registration for adults is $20, $25 with a t-shirt. Student
registration is $15, $20 with a t-shirt. Participants must register
by April 1 to receive a t-shirt. Registration is available online
at bigwhitetrailer.com/register The race begins at 8 a.m. at Beach
1. The event will be staffed in part by volunteers from the Gannon
University chapter of the Student Pennsylvania State Education
The Erie County Child Abuse Task Force is led by Gannon
University and by Carolynn Masters, Ph.D., RN, Gannon University's provost and vice president for academic
affairs. The task force is comprised of leaders from numerous local
agencies and organizations who have joined together to better
respond to the problem of child abuse.
For more information on the event, contact Nancy Morris:
firstname.lastname@example.org or (814) 871-7007.