AHHAH 5K/1K Run, Walk, Roll for Children's Literacy

Sat April 27, 2019 Kennett Square, PA US 19348 Directions
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Additional race information can be found at https://www.ahhah.org/ahhah-5k.

Place
Anson B. Nixon Park
405 North Walnut Road
Kennett Square, PA US 19348
Description
Please join us Saturday, April 27th for the Inaugural AHHAH 5K/1K Run, Walk, Roll for Children's Literacy! 

Come for the race, stay the whole day!   A community coming together for children.  Patton Middle School Girl's Ensemble under the direction of their director Young Choi Leahy will be singing the National Anthem at the beginning of the race.   Ben Friedman is going to play the drums.

This event kicks off Kennett Square's National Healthy Kids Day sponsored by the YMCA
AHHAH - Arts Holding Hands and Hearts, Inc, is staging this charity event in beautiful Anson B Nixon Park in Kennett Square, PA.
All pre-registered participants will receive a custom  race t-shirt!  Morning-of registrations may purchase the shirt at the race. 
Fresh smoothies courtesy of the Chester County Food Bank! 
Donations can also be made here
TIMELINE
12PM April 26th Online registration closes 
7:30AM April 27th - Day of registration opens
8:45AM April 27th - Day of registration closes
9:00AM April 27th - Inaugural AHHAH 5K/1K Run, Walk, Roll starts
10:00AM April 27th - Brief Awards Ceremony

PRICING
$25 5K/1K Run, Walk, Roll (pre-registered). $30 morning of
$5 for children 8-under

5K MAP

5K AWARDS
First Male and Female to cross the line then: 
12 and under
13- 19
20-34
35-49
50-69
70+

OUR BELIEF

AHHAH is a non-profit organization that serves the most vulnerable youth in Chester County, with its primary focus on Coatesville and Kennett Square, PA. Since 2013, we have been guided by our vision that every child in Chester County will have the tools and opportunities they need to achieve their highest capacity. We accomplish this through a trauma-informed, comprehensive, collective impact plan that addresses the whole child and engages the full community around the goal of empowering its youth to break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy, and low expectations. The plan involves all who touch the lives of children – families, schools, and community – because we know that we cannot address the many challenges alone, that it takes a village.

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