Believe in Books Literacy Foundation

Fun Run at Story Land

Join us for a fun-filled morning at Story Land! Children up to the age of 13 will be racing around Story Land helping us raise money for the Believe in Books Literacy Foundation's Bookbag Program.

Volunteers are needed at the registration table to sign in guest and to cheer and direct racers throughout the course. 

All volunteers will receive a Free Ticket into Story Land for the day of the Fun Run and a T-Shirt. 

 

Date: 09/02/2019 (Mon.)

Location: Story Land

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Created by:   Katie Young
 
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Time (EDT) Available Slot
7:30am - 9:45am  

Registration (20)

Register guests, pass out bibs and t-shirts and answer questions.

 
12 of 20 slots filled
Shari Rider (3)
Shari, David, and Faith Rider
Theo Stibbons (2)
Melanie and Theo Stibbons
Kimberly Bahre
Stephanie McConaghy
Becky Adams
Roberta Freeman
Tricia Howard
Aisling OConnor (2)
Aisling O'Connor & Fionnuala Stevenson

On Course (25)

Guide and cheer on runners as they race around Story Land

 
9 of 25 slots filled
Joyce Boucher (2)
Sean Arbuckle
Amanda Belanger
Becky Adams
Kim Davis
Tricia Howard
Aisling OConnor
Scott Stevenson
Linda Prushinski
8:00am - 9:30am  

Character

Dress as Tigger outside of the Park while the race is taking place. Appearances will take place every 30 minutes for 15 minutes at a time.

 
8:00am - 9:30am  

Character

Dress as Winnie the Pooh outside of the Park while the race is taking place. Appearances will take place every 30-minutes for 15-minutes at a time.

 
9:30am - 12:45pm  

Character

Dress as Tigger inside of Story Land at the Book Building at the front of the park. Appearances will take place every 30-minutes for 15-minutes at a time.

 
9:30am - 12:45pm  

Character

Dress as Winnie the Pooh inside of Story Land at the Book Building at the front of the park. Appearances will take place every 30-minutes for 15-minutes at a time.

 
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