BEAUFORT, S.C. (WSAV) – Race4Love is again for its yr 10 benefitting Hopeful Horizons. The group serves the Lowcountry neighborhood in advocating for home violence victims of all ages.
Hopeful Horizons is inviting the neighborhood to lace up for Saturday’s race. The family-friendly 5K run/3K stroll kicks off at 9 a.m. on Cat Island and digital choices can be found, too.
Race4Love might be freely giving quite a few prizes, awarding the highest runners in addition to the primary stroller and first canine to cross the end line. Moreover, kids ages 9 and underneath will obtain medals.
The occasion originated in 2012 in honor of two Beaufort County deputies, Lance Cpl. Dana Tate and Cpl. Dyke “A.J.” Coursen, who had been killed throughout a home violence name 10 years prior. Organizers mentioned Tate’s widow Marie will greet runners and walkers alongside the route.
“We’re grateful for the sponsors and volunteers who’ve come collectively as soon as once more to assist the Race4Love – and the addition of Walk4Love,” said Hopeful Horizons CEO Kristin Dubrowski. “Survivors of abuse want the assist of the complete neighborhood, and that is a method you may present your assist and assist to lift consciousness.”
Pre-registration is out there on race4love.com.