Splash Dash 5K
Start: Saturday, April 13, 2013 @ 10:00 AM (CDT)
Lyford , TX 78569
Registration Closing Date
Friday, April 12, 2013 @ 11:59 PM (CDT)
Please come Join us for Splash Dash. Participants will be cooled along the way by our "Splashers" - who will use Super Soakers and water balloons to reduce the impact of our Texas heat! All proceeds of this event will be given to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of the Rio Grande Valley. Please join us as we Fight Cancer 1 Mile at a Time.
There will be a limited amount of Splash Dash event t-shirts, so participants are encouraged to design a personal shirt that will honor a loved one that is currently battling Cancer, has previously beat Cancer, or has lost their battle against Cancer. So gather your family and friends and be creative as you design your shirts.
LLS - Donation
Should you not be able to participate in our Splash Dash Event, then please forward this link to family, friends, and co-workers, and maybe they would love to participate. You may also choose to provide a Charitable Donation, and can do so at our Donation Page: http://pages.teamintraining.org/sctx/rnr13/TodayIsaGIFT
Splash Dash will consist of three different events. 1) We will begin with the 1 Mile Kids Run 2) Followed by the 5K Runners 3)Then 5K Walkers start Run it. Walk it. Either way is fine. Just have fun, and donate generously. We will also need our SPLASHERS! •There is no fee to be a splasher but donations are welcomed - parent or guardian must simply complete a Splasher Liability Release form and bring it to the event for Splashers under the age of 18. •Splashers must check in with a parent, and parents must sign a liability waiver. •Bring your Super Soaker, water balloons or other splashing gear, but please no "guns" •Splashing gear should be designed for use by children ages 12 and under. •If you bring water balloons, please bring them pre-filled and ready. •Water balloons and water for splashing devices will be available, complimentary with your monetary donation. Afraid of a little good natured splashing? We still want you. Dashers who prefer to stay dry should wear red, and carry a white hanky, cloth or flag. Wave your white flag as you run by the splashers to show you've already surrendered. We can't promise you won't get any splashing, but our splashers will be instructed to avoid hitting you!