Come join us for a 5K Run/Walk at beautiful Kerr Lake/Satterwhite Point to raise funds and awareness for Community Partners of Hope They are working to transform the lives of homeless men by uniting community partners to offer these men hope, help, and resources that enable growth into physically, emotionally, financially, and spiritually healthy contributors to their families and the community.
Community Partners of Hope operates an emergency temporary shelter for men only from 1 November through 31 March every year. The shelter has been in operation since 2009.
Community Partners of Hope operates Hope House which is a transitional housing unit which offers the next level of assistance to a select group of men who show promise of once again becoming self-sufficient contributors to our community. Once admitted to Hope House, these men will be assigned trained mentors, and will receive the resources, encouragement, and guidance needed for them to one day live in homes of their own.
The 5K run/walk is held at Satterwhite Point in Henderson (6254 Satterwhite Point Road for your GPS) beginning at 9 am. Plank Chapel United Methodist Church in Kittrell organizes the event.
In its inaugural race last year seven-six runners and walkers signed up to participate in the event. Dave Arner led all finishers in 22:27. Jolie Stevenson was the top woman finisher in 28:52.
Entrants can sign up as a timed or not timed participant. Timed entrants will receive an official finishing time for their effort, will be listed in the official results, and will be eligible for awards. The non-timed entrants will not receive an official time but will be able to see their finishing times on a digital clock at the finish line.
The entry fees are $25 (if entered NLT May 31), $30 (June 1 - August 31) and $35 thereafter up to and including race day. The entry fee includes a t-shirt guaranteed to all those entered by September 29.
The top male finisher and the top female finisher will each receive a comforter from Hollander, while the second place male and the second place female will each receive a set of memory foam pillows. Awards will also be give to the youngest male finisher, to the youngest female finisher and to the oldest finisher, regardless of gender..
Texas Roadhouse is one of the sponsors. On Sunday, Octobet 14, they will be donating 10% of any order to "A Dash of Hope" to anyone who brings in this flyer. The restaurant is located at 11440 Capital Blvd in Wake Forest.