Join us for the Jt's Way 5K Run/Wak Saturday, October 16th at Severns Valley Baptist Church.
Message for Tonya & B.J. Wiglesworth
After the loss of our 17 year old son JT we knew that we had to do something to help other families faced with the same heartbreak. JT’s Way was established in 2020 and we assist with funeral, burial and utility expenses after the loss of a child. Because no parent should go through losing a child alone.
JT's Way is a Christ-Centered, Non Profit organization with a call to help hurting families during the loss of a child. Please visit www.jtsway.com for more information.
The registration fee is $25 and includes a race t-shirt. Kid 10 years of age and under run for FREE (no shirt included)
******SHIRTS WILL BE GUARANTEED TO ALL PAID PARTICIPANTS REGISTERED BY OCTOBER 1, 2021.*****
***Extra race shirts can be purchased in the race store.
Awards will be presented to the Top 3 overall (both male and female) along with the following age group categories: 11-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, and 60 and up)
Packet Pickup will be held Friday, October 15, 2021 from 4pm to 6pm at Running Soles 16 Public Square, Elizabethtown, KY 42701.
Race Day Packet Pickup will be from 7am to 7:55am at Severns Valley Baptist Church.
The out and back race course starts and ends in the parking lot of Severns Valley Baptist Church. The route circles the outer perimeter road along the Church Property line and exits the property onto Robin Brooke Blvd. Runners will continue less than 3/4 of a mile down Robin Brooke before getting to the halfway point water stop. Runners will then head back the same route they went out on.
JT's Way is a Christ-Centered, Non Profit organization with a call to help hurting families during the loss of a child.
Our desire is to minister to families by connecting them with local and national resources. These resources are in place to assist in lessening the financial and emotional burden of burying a child. Our aim is to aid in the healing process for parents and families. These resources include, but are not limited to, grief counseling and parent/sibling groups. They help to network with other organizations that provide the support these families will need in their cities and towns across America.
The outside world doesn't stop, but we can tell you from experience that a parent’s world certainly does.
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