LENLO walk/run benefit
Miami, FL • September 11, 2010
The 85 Broads Cincinnati chapter is pleased to support the 1st Annual LENLO Road Race this fall to benefit The American Cancer Society. The LENLO walk/run is a 5 and 10 kilometer road race holding ...
Saturday, September 11, 2010 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM EDTHarmon Park
South & Cherry Street
Miami, FL 33175
The 85 Broads Cincinnati chapter is pleased to support the 1st Annual LENLO Road Race this fall to benefit The American Cancer Society.
The LENLO walk/run is a 5 and 10 kilometer road race holding its first annual run in Lebanon, Ohio on September 11th starting at 7:30 am with activities through the day.
The LENLO Road Race (an acronym for Long Enough Now Let’s OVARcome) was established in memory of Kathy Alianiello, a resident of the community who passed away in January, 2010 after a valiant battle with ovarian cancer.
Net proceeds of the race will go to The American Cancer Society to benefit ovarian cancer research.
Registration for LENLO is now open at http://www.LENLO-race.com/. This year families can participate in the race and then head down the street to take in the sites at Thomas The Train at the Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad.
Questions regarding sponsorships, donations and event registrations can be directed to 85 Broads Cincinnati Leadership Team member and LENLO founder Laura Gerald at email@example.com or 513.608.2439.
Fees – Race registration is $25 pre-registration and $30 on race day. Online registration will be available until Friday, September 10 at 5:00 pm.
Shirts – Registrants will receive a technical running shirt. Shirts will be available in men’s and women’s sizes. Please note that the women’s tech shirt is fitted-if in doubt, please order one size larger. Tech shirts available in adult sizes only. Youth sizes will be available in a cotton t-shirt with the same artwork as the adult shirt.
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