5K Run for Runaways
Sunday, April 14, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM (CDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Illinois State University & the Red Tassel Mortar Board National Honor Society
The 2013 “5K Run for Runaways”
In cooperation with Project Oz, this ISU sponsored event, along with RTMB, will be hosting a 5K Run/Walk to benefit community and university awareness of teenage runaways and the many services provided by Project Oz.
Project Oz has been serving youth and families in the Central Illinois area since 1973 and offers services to educators, runaway youths, homeless youths, families, and provides information for substance abuse prevention.
When: Sunday, April 14th, 2013
Check In: 8:00am – 9:30am, Race begins at 10:00am
Where: Tipton Park, Bloomington IL (Airport and GE Road)
Entry Fee: $25.00 – each participant will receive a t-shirt & entry number
Community Participation: Gold’s Gym Express, Cal-de-luc Clothing Boutique
50/50 Raffle: $1.00 per ticket, $5.00 – 6 tickets, $20.00 – 25 tickets
All proceeds will be presented to Project Oz in support of their organization that provides multiple services to McLean County and beyond.
ITEMS NEEDED BY PROJECT OZ – PLEASE BRING ANY ITEM TO THE RACE AND RECEIVE A FREE TICKET FOR THE RAFFLE!!
$5 meal cards to any fast food restaurant - Subway, McDonald’s, Taco Bell, etc.
Mesh Shorts- Plain with no logo all sizes
T-shirts - Plain with no logo all sizes
Socks female/male any size
Sweatpants- no logo
Men/women travel deodorant
Lysol wipes or baby wipes
When & Where
Illinois State University - Red Tassel Mortar Board National Honor Society
Mortar Board is the premier national honor society recognizing college seniors for superior achievement in scholarship, leadership and service.
Only a select few students on each campus are invited to join this esteemed Society. Mortar Board members are presented with the unique opportunity to join a diverse group of students from vastly different disciplines and interests. Since Mortar Board’s founding in 1918, more than a quarter of a million members have held the honor of being initiated at 229 chartered chapters across the nation.
Our Society provides its members with opportunities for continued leadership development, promotes service to colleges and universities and encourages lifelong contributions to the global community.