The Second Annual Fabulous Faith 5K and 1K Fun Run is an annual family friendly event supporting the cause to end childhood cancer, in honor of Faith Rose Lautzenheiser. The event benefits Cook Children's Medical Center, and is open to all ages and abilities.
The 5K course is USATF certified and will be timed using Chrono Track D-Tag timing Virtual Runner Registration, is also available.
Online registration closes at 3pm September 23, 2016.
Walk up registration is available at: The Runner, 3535 W. Pioneer Pkwy., Arlington, TX 76013 until Friday, September 23rd at 6:30pm.
Walk up registration on race day, September 24, begins at 7:00 am at Katherine Rose Memorial Park.
Packet pick up occurs at The Runner, beginning Thursday September 22nd at 10 am. and ends Friday, September 23rd at 6 pm.
If you register online after 12 pm, Wednesday September 21, you MUST pick up your packet on race day, Saturday.
T-shirts are not guaranteed for race day registrations, so register early!
7:00 am - On Site Registration
7:30 am - Pre-Race Activities and Dove Release
8:00 am - 1 K Fun Run
8:30 am - 5K
9:30 am - Awards
Awards will be given for Overall Male, Overall Female and 1st/2nd/3rd Male & Female in the following age groups: <8,>8,>
There will also be Group Awards
Largest Team Award
Team Spirit Award
ABOUT FABULOUS FAITH's FOUNDATION:
The mission of Fabulous Faith's Foundation is to end the suffering caused by pediatric cancer by supporting cancer research, affected families, providers, and facilities, while promoting awareness and hope that a cure will be found.
Faith Rose Lautzenheiser is an amazing 10 year old. Some of Faith's interests include card games, silly string, singing, dancing laughing, hula hooping, dogs, reading, movies, and coloring. Faith was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer, on August 7, 2012, and fought bravely for 10 months. She ultimately met her Savior in Heaven on June 6, 2013, due to chemotherapy induced heart failure.
Faith Rose loved and was deeply loved. Her life can be described only with the word joy. During her illness, she was the perfect example of joy in the midst of adversity. She taught us all how to live life to the fullest, and with a smile on our face. She remains always on our minds and forever in our hearts, In a effort to carry on Faith's legacy, we are holding a 5K/1K in her honor. We Believe in a Cure!