The operative word would be go. However, we have just a week more to go. What am I talking about you ask? The CASA Superhero Race!!
As we draw closer to the date the to do list is getting longer instead of shorter. There have been interviews, articles written for the paper and various local magazines. Advertising carries about 80% of what needs to be done. Our attempt is to make our race stand out. I have learned that Columbus is a town that loves to race there have been races every week since February sometimes two or more on one day. In fact, Our race on April 13 is in competition with 4 other races that we are aware of. But I do not think any of those races have such a broad venue of activities planned. Our race is more than a run it is an event. There will things for the children, parents, and grandparents to do! This month is National Child Abuse Awareness month also, so there will be vendors on site providing information about the agencies in our area that can help. Of course you can just stop by for information to. Here is a little preview of one of the runners at the Color me Rad race last week.
(Rosalind Alston, CASA Program Director and Batman)
There is still time to volunteer to help with the race, and of course runners are especially welcome. Please review the following flyer for additional information and if you are interested in volunteer opportunities, or any information you may contact me as well. I will be glad to help you! email@example.com. See you Uptown!