Fundraisers for local foster families, Shoal River track team set April 12 (FORMS)


Participants register at last year's Mayor's 5K Walk at Bob Sikes Elementary School. The 5K Walk benefits the Crestview Service Center of the Families First Network of Lakeview on April 12. In addition, residents can support the Shoal River Middle School track team with Annelise's Wild Mustang 5K Run / Walk on the same day.

Special to the News Bulletin
Published: Friday, April 4, 2014 at 10:02 AM.

CRESTVIEW — Residents will have two opportunities April 12 to raise money while exercising for worthy causes.

The Crestview Exchange Club will host the 3rd Annual Mayor's 5K Walk, beginning at 8:30 a.m. at Bob Sikes Elementary School.

Click here for the Mayor's 5K Walk application >>

Proceeds will benefit the Crestview Service Center of the Families First Network of Lakeview, which could mean additional income or necessities that could help local foster children, event organizer Cheri Pittman said.

"Sometimes these foster parents will receive a foster child with nothing more than a diaper on," she said.

Shoal River Middle School's boys and girls track coaches will present the fourth annual Annelise's Wild Mustang 5K Run, 8 a.m., beginning in the school parking lot. Water stations will be available along the route.

Click here for the Annelise's Wild Mustang 5K Run / Walk application >>

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