Run, walk, whatever! Voices of Hope’s first ever Virtual 4.5K Run is coming up in October!
You have an entire week (October 4-10) to finish a 4.5K, however you want: run, walk, binge watch Netflix, do nothing. Whatever you want!
For the registration price of $30, you are able to participate and get a T-shirt. Post a photo and tag us with #voh45years on Facebook or Instagram and be entered in a contest for prizes.
Register by following this link: https://voicesofhopelincoln.networkforgood.com/events/23205-2020-4-5k-virtual-run
Get your friends and family involved as well – you can compete against each other to see who can complete the run first, or watch the same shows or movies when you binge watch.
The first registration deadline is September 15 to be able to get the T-shirt before the event. T-shirt pickup is at Voices of Hope, 2545 N St., on Sunday, September 27, and Monday, September 28, from 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. Any signups after September 15 will be included in the second registration deadline of October 12, and will receive a T-shirt at a later date.
If you have any questions about this event, please contact Stephanie Geery-Zink, Resource Development Coordinator, at email@example.com.
And now for the required legalese: By completing this online registration, this serves as your signature to this waiver. I know that running in an event that is organized as a virtual activity where I run on my own, at a date and time of my choosing, in a location and running route of my choosing, which will not have any support or security measures in place by Voices of Hope is a potentially hazardous activity, which could result in injury or death. I acknowledge that I am participating in the activity outlined by this virtual event by my own free will and at my own personal risk. I will not participate in a virtual event unless I am medically able and properly trained, and by my signature, I certify that I am medically able to perform this event, and am in good health, and I am properly trained. I agree to follow all pedestrian safety ordinances including running on a sidewalk where available and not in the road.