Heroes Run for Dakota on March 30th

The following is an email we received yesterday from the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office.

 

 

The Pinal County Sheriffs Office is hosting a Heroes Run for Dakota, 5K race, in San Tan Valley to help 8 year old Dakota and her family. The Pinal County Sheriffs Office, Rural Metro Fire, Southwest Ambulance and Banner Ironwood Medical Center invite you and your family to be a part of this wonderful opportunity to run/walk for a great cause.

The 5K race will be held March 30th, 2013 at Banner Ironwood Medical Center. The Heroes Run for Dakota is a family oriented event; there will be a 5K Run or walk route, as well as a 100 yard Dash for kids 10 and under.

Proceeds of this event will support 8 year old Dakota Clark and her family with their mounting medical expenses. You may remember her story from recent media coverage when thieves stole her donations jars from Walgreens throughout San Tan Valley. Participating in the Heroes Run for Dakota is a great way to help support her and her family.

Please also remember that if running is not your thing, you can show your support by becoming a Spirit Runner. Spirit Runners pay the registration cost, receive a t-shirt, and enjoy the party at the Banner Ironwood Medical Center race site.

To register for the event please visit WWW.GETSETAZ.COM or mail in attached brochure. See attached brochure for more information regarding 5K run/walk, kids dash, entry fees, event times, course details, awards, and post race activities.

If you are interested or know anyone/company that would like to take the opportunity to sponsor this wonderful event for a great cause please contact Deputy Travis Williams @ 480-212-2596 or travis.williams@pinalcountyaz.gov or Deputy Eric Berner @ 520-705-9542 or eric.berner@pinalcountyaz.gov

 

Tim Gaffney

Director of Administration

Pinal County Sheriff’s Office
971 Jason Lopez Circle
Florence, Arizona  85132
520-866-5174 office
520-705-8124 cell
tim.gaffney@pinalcountyaz.gov
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About Jeff

Long time volunteer in the San Tan Valley/Queen Creek area of Arizona.

Posted on February 14, 2013, in From The PCSO, Press Release and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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