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"Color Me Cameron" 2nd Annual Color Run/Walk
Start: Saturday, April 5, 2014 @ 9:00 AM (EDT)
Jackson Park 42 First Street, NW
Pulaski , VA 24301
Pulaski , VA 24301
Be ready to be BLASTED with Color at the 2nd Annual
Registration begins at 7:00 am. Race begins at 9:00 am
Directions to the event
I-81 South (Exit 94) & I-81 North (Exit 94B) Bear onto Rt. 99. Stay straightAt 4th stoplight. Turn left on Washington AvenueCross the RR tracks. Jackson Park is on the right.Parking available at Train Station to your Left or Parking lot on your Right
Route of the event
STARTING POINT: Jackson Park, 42 First Street, NW (facing North)RIGHT on JEFFERSON AvenueRIGHT on Main Street LEFT on Washington Avenue LEFT on Dora HighwayLEFT onto New River Trail at Cool Springs entranceAt the end of the trail cross onto Commerce StreetRIGHT on Jefferson AvenueRIGHT on First Street NW (Facing the South}
What is The Cameron Fitzwater Memorial Scholarship
The Cameron Fitzwater Memorial Scholarship awards 4, $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors who have been accepted into a 2 year/4 year College/University or a Technical School. The scholarship funds are housed and maintained at Pulaski County High School where Cameron attended. A committee of administrators, teachers and staff review all applications and decide which 4 students will receive the scholarship. The scholarship has awarded $8,000 to date.
Who is Cameron Fitzwater
Cameron was a senior at PCHS and SWVGS, who lived and loved life to the fullest. He was Captain of the Wrestling Team, Captain of the Math MACC Team, participated in track, drama, choir, Young Life and Boy Scouts where he was an accomplished Eagle Scout. Cameron's true love was the outdoors. In his free time you could find him either kayaking, rock climbing, hiking, hunting, swimming or camping . Cameron is known for his signature smile and his bear hugs to all that entered in his path.
Cameron describing himself in his own words
"I love the outdoors more than anything else in this world. It allows me to find peace in the middle of turmoil. If I could be hiking, climbing, or kayaking, I would be doing so right now. I love music, it is my outlet for emotion when my pen nor my mouth can loose the feelings I have. I am a strange individual honestly, but I am one of a kind, and that is exactly how I like it. I love everyone no matter how they have wronged me. I love this Earth no matter how many times it has caused me pain."
In Cameron's memory a scholarship fund has been established. Four PCHS graduating seniors are awarded 4-$1000 scholarships. The Cameron Fitzwater Memorial Scholarship has awarded $8,000 in scholarships to date.
$25 before APRIL 1, 2014...$30 after...KIDS 10 AND UNDER ARE FREE