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After some deliberation, we have decided to cancel this year's race. The world has been affected significantly by this pandemic and with uncertainties still remaining for the months ahead, we feel it is our safest option to cancel this year's event. We will release the new race date for 2021 as soon as the dust settles but don't worry 2021 will be better than ever! As a registered participant, we wanted to inform you that we will hold your registration for next year's event or we will send you a refund. Please let us know your preference. If we receive no response, we will assume you want to be added to next year's roster! Thank you for your understanding as this was heartbreaking decision for us to make. We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you next year!
Come join us for the Bernard Greene Memorial 5K! The race starts at 9 am at Deep Run Park. Registration is $25 per person and all proceeds benefit the alumni and current participants of Henrico County Drug Treatment Court for sober activities, graduation celebrations, and family days. **A t-shirt is included with each registration.**
This event is named after our previous Administrator, Bernard L. Greene, Jr. who passed away on March 7, 2019. Mr. Greene joined the drug court team as a Clinician in 2008 and was promoted to Administrator in April of 2017. In his short 48 years of life, Mr. Greene touched the hearts of many people and helped others change their lives for the better. He led by example and did so with a smile, always. One well known aspect of his life was that he loved to be active and push his body to its limits. He enjoyed running, cycling, and spending time outdoors. We couldn't think of a better way to continue to support his legacy, one that he has already cemented years before now, by naming our annual 5K event after him. An event based on physical engagement that benefits those challenged by addiction is right up his alley! We will be forever indebted to him for all he has done for our community.
Henrico County Drug Treatment Court has been in operation since 2003 and is dedicated to enhancing public safety through assessments and community supervision guided by best practices. Our goal is to reduce crime and recidivism through timely intervention and comprehensive treatment of substance abusing offenders. Please support our efforts to promote community engagement and fellowship while raising funds to support our participants and alumni.
There will be a bounce house, a silent auction, music, and more!!
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