Annual Run for the Kids

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Event# 785-830-1701

Event Details

The Nash Dash is a fundraiser for the WRAP Program, which places mental health professionals from the Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center in schools in Baldwin City, Eudora and Lawrence. Donations will also provide scholarships for youth to attend Lawrence Parks and Recreation programs and activities.

A 8K fun run and 5K walk will begin at 8a.m. with a one mile walk following at 8:30 a.m. All events begin and end at the Lawrence Visitors Center located at 402 N. 2nd.

Businesses, organizations and individuals who contribute $100 or more in cash or in-kind goods/services will be recognized on the Nash Dash T-shirt and other promotional materials. Contact Scott McMichael at 785/830-1701 or for more information on becoming a sponsor.

Annual Run for the Kids

Address : On the Levee, North Lawrence Lawrence KS
Phone : 785-830-1701   (Always call and confirm events.)

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