Registration is now available for Village Northwest Unlimited’s 11th Annual Benefit Run, Walk and Roll to be held on Saturday June 4, 2016. Whether you run or walk for fun, are a wheelchair operator or an avid road race competitor, this is an event that you will not want to miss. You can enter either the 5K, 10K, or 1 mile walk/roll. People of all ages and abilities are encouraged to join in the fun while supporting individuals with disabilities. This year’s Key Sponsors include Ag Partners; DK Plastics; N’West Iowa Review; J&J Building Contractors, Inc.; Sanford Health; Sanford Health – Sheldon and Sheldon Family Dental Clinic.
Register online at www.allsportcentral.com or contact Samantha Waterstone at Village Northwest Unlimited by calling 712.324.5416 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for a registration form. Entry fees are $25.00 if postmarked by May 13, 2016; $30 between May 14 and 27; or $35.00 after May 27, 2016.
The 5K and 10K will utilize All Sport Central’s chip timing services which provide fast and accurate finish results. Medals will be awarded to the top 3 finishers in each age group ranging from ages 13 and under to 80 and over for the 5K and 10K. Overall male and female winners in the 5K and 10K run will also receive a trophy. All registered participants will receive an event t-shirt made from moisture management fabric.
If attending the event does not work for you, you may still support the Run, Walk and Roll with a donation. Online donations can be made at www.allsportcentral.com or you can mail donations to Samantha Waterstone at 330 Village Circle, Sheldon, IA 51201.
In addition to the Key Sponsors named previously, the following are Premier Sponsors of the event: American State Bank; De Koter, Thole & Dawson, P.L.C.; Den Hartog Industries; Demco; Freed Family; Hy-Vee; Northwest Décor & Furniture; and Sheldon Chiropractic Clinic – Dr. Anthony Bart.
Register or donate today and join us in our continuing effort of providing quality services and enhancing the lives of the 180 individuals with disabilities who are served at Village Northwest Unlimited