RUN WITH 4-H
Join us for a Family Fun Run in beautiful TY Park in Hollywood, Broward County, Florida to benefit the ARMED FORCES FOUNDATION. This run will have a Patriotic Theme.
The RUN WITH 4-H Event was created as a service project by the youth of Florida 4-H's District XIII Council. The council is comprised of students ages 8-18 from Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach counties. All the proceeds from the event are for the benefit of the ARMED FORCES FOUNDATION. Runners, casual walkers, families, and pets are all welcome to participate. Along with raising funds for AFF, this event is teaching our young people the importance of reaching out to those in need, and teaching them valuable life skills in the process. For a detailed event flyer, click here
WHEN: Saturday, March 5, 2016
WHERE: TY Park (Topeekeegee Yugnee), #12 Corporate Shelter, 3300 North Park Road, Hollywood, FL 33021
$25.00 per person
$5.00 discount for families of four or more. Must be immediate family.
*Note- deadline to obtain event t-shirts has passed.
Mail-In Registrations: You may register for the event through regular mail, by downloading the form here. Mail the form with a check payable to Miami-Dade County 4-H Association to: RUN WITH 4-H Organizing Committee, c/o 8450 SW 36 Street, Miami, FL 33155.
7:00 AM - Registration table opens for Race Day Registrations. Light breakfast will be provided.
7:45 AM - Registration closes
8:00 AM - Race starts. Note: The race will not be timed. Finish at your own pace.
9:30 AM - Post race activities - food, drinks, music, fun family activities, awards
1:00 PM - Event ends
Course Description: The race will follow the paved pathways that wind through TY Park's beautiful landscape. All participants are to meet at the Corporate Shelter (#12) .
- The event will take place rain or shine.
- Refunds cannot be issued since this is a charitable event.
- Registrations are transferable but not refundable.
- You can bring your pet to the park, but for the safety of your pet and others, make sure your pet is always on a leash no longer than six feet in length. Pets are not allowed on athletic fields, near designated swimming areas, or in certain designated areas of some parks. Owners must clean up after their pets.
- Restrooms are located at the shelter.
- There will be 2 water stations along the path.
- Strollers welcomed to join in the race.
- If you are unable to attend and participate in the event, but would still like to donate to the cause, click on the DONATE button and register your support.
PARK ADMISSION: Park admission is not included in your registration fees. $1.50 per person (ages 6 and up, 5 and under free), $8.00 maximum charge per car or van (six to nine occupants).
PARKING: Go completely around the entrance loop, past the gate house. Stay on the road, following the signs to corporate shelter #12 and the campground to the back of the park. Parking is in the large lot on the right before you get to the shelter.
Florida 4-H is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that was founded in 1909 with a mission of developing youth through hands-on experiences. It's the nation's largest youth development organization. Over 230,000 members in the State of Florida help to make up the community of more than 6.5 million young people across America. 4-H is a non-formal, practical educational program for youth. Florida 4-H is the youth development program of Florida Cooperative Extension, a part of the University of Florida IFAS. The University of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Institution. Tax Exempt Certificate available upon request.
4-H DISTRICT XIII COUNCIL:
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Armed Forces Foundation Mission
The Armed Forces Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit whose mission is to protect and promote the physical, mental, and emotional wellness of military service members, veterans, and their families. Through direct assistance programs and awareness and advocacy campaigns, AFF seeks to honor this population for its service, to improve military-to-civilian reintegration efforts, and to preserve our fighting forces for the future.