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The medals for the Half Marathon, 10 Miler & 5K will all have separate colored and notated ribbons to distinguish the 3 distances.
RaceRise and Fix-It Shop are teaming up to make 2018 your best running year yet!
Our Training Camp Package is available to you for the Lucky Leprechaun for the low price of only $45. The six week training camp starts January 28th and includes:
*Training Camp will feature (6) weekly exercise menus specifically designed for runners to strengthen, stretch, and restore.
*Come to Open Gym (Tuesdays 6:30-8pm, Saturdays 10:30-noon) to do the exercises with a coach, or do them at home on your own...video links and illustrated handouts are provided!
*An experienced running coach will lead training runs and speed workouts during the 6 week training camp.
*Join us in person or do them at home on your own...running workouts will be provided.
FIX IT CLINICS
*Camp also includes access to our once/week Fix-It Clinic to answer your ailment and training questions
*Fix-It Clinics will be staffed by a combination of athletic trainers, running coaches and guest "fixers" like massage therapists and acupuncturists.
*Training Camp logo unisex T-shirts will be given to all pre-registered campers
Our Training Camp Package is an add on to your race registration. When you register you'll have the opportunity to add it before checking out.
DON'T JUST RACE TO FINISH .... TRAIN PROPERLY TO RACE TO BE YOUR BEST YOU!
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The Woodford Humane Society is a non-profit animal adoption center in Versailles, Kentucky. We care for the homeless and unwanted animals in Woodford County, surrounding counties, as well as animals from other states. We have welcomed thousands of animals since 1975 and strive to find good, loving homes for all of them. A careful screening process helps us match the right animals to the right adoptive homes.
With no government funding, we are completely dependent on private contributions to continue to provide care to 1,000 animals each year. We maintain a placement rate of over 95%, and do everything in our power to place our animals with their forever homes.
At any given time, we are home to approximately 200 animals available for adoption. Adoption counselors are on staff to assist with the selection of a new pet. We maintain a "wish book" for people seeking a particular breed and let them know when a match has been made.
Our goal is to diligently raise funds to help as many children as possible that enter into the foster care system. Our programs will aid in helping these children lead as normal of a life as possible with a goal of becoming successful adults. The Council provides funding for individualized tutoring, clothing, summer camp and enrichment activities. The programs are geared to help these children find talents that would normally go undiscovered, while increasing their confidence and self-esteem.
If you are a parent, you know how expensive it is to keep a child in clothing and shoes that fit and how expensive extra-curricular activities can be. Every child wants to feel normal, wants to fit in, dress like their peers and participate in what their peers are participating in. A foster child should be given this same opportunity.
As these children are ripped from their homes with nothing but a small bag of their belongings, their fear of the unknown is unimaginable. Then they are placed in a home where everyone is a stranger and expected to persevere; this being yet another traumatic experience they are expected to handle. Keep in mind these are children taken from the only home they know, taken from Mom or Dad with the promise of a brighter future. The Council funds the opportunities to make this promise come true. As they are moved from home to home, shelter to shelter, their belongings are scattered and their school work falls by the wayside, thus The Clothing Program and The Education Advancement program were established.