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Husky Fun Run
Saturday, April 20, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM (EDT)
Wake Forest, NC
The Heritage High School Marching Band Boosters is hosting its First Annual Husky Fun Run and Family Fun Day. This event is a family friendly event that focuses less on results and more on creating a fun experience with your friends and family. Sign up as a solo walker/runner or get together with a team of four or more to participate in the run/walk. No matter what shape, size, age or speed you are, you’ll be sure to have a blast at a this event. This event will fill up quick so be sure to register today! Afterwards, enjoy fun family-friendly activities and food for the afternoon.
The proceeds from this event will be used to support the marching band with the purchase of new uniforms, instruments, instrument repairs, travel to competitions, etc
Saturday, April 20, 2013
8:00 am Race Packet Pickup and On-sight Registration
9:00 am 5K Walk/Run Start
10:00 am Family Fun Field Events Begin
Online registration will remain open through the evening of April 12, 2013. We are encouraging participants to register online.
Each registered participant and finisher will receive:
- Husky Fun Run t-shirt
- Race number
- Aid stations along the course
- Runner Refreshment Zones with fruit and water at the finish.
- Activities and entertainment for the entire family
- A truly memorable experience
Family Fun Field
The fun continues after the race with entertainment, interactive games and activities for the children and food.
Results will be posted on the Heritage Husky Band Boosters Facebook no later than 4:00 pm on April 20, 2013.
The Husky Fun Run will take place rain or shine, so please dress accordingly.
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Heritage High School Marching Band Boosters
The Heritage High School Marching Band Boosters consists of a group of dedicated band faculty, parents and students, who work tirelessly to support and promote the band program at Heritage High School.