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Welcome! My name is Owen West and my Eagle Scout project for the Kenosha/ Racine chapter of Sleep in Heavenly Peace is a bedding drive and a 5K race. We are offering both an in-person 5K Run/Walk with social distancing in place (additional information on our social distancing plan can be found here - https://runtobed.org/covid-19-plan/). We are also offering a virtual option.
Participants are asked to donate a twin sheet set, pillow or twin comforter at the event. There is a link on our website at runtobed.org to multiple sets you can purchase and have ship directly to us or you can bring a set to donate. Don't want to be bothered with shopping? We have included the option to add your bedding donation to your race registration!
Check-in begins at 7 AM. First wave starts at 8 AM! Racers will be sent off in groups of 5-10 people every 30 seconds to allow racers to be spread apart.
Thank you for your support! Please help spread the word about this event and help raise awareness of this organization.
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