Area school district residents who support the upcoming levy request have organized a “5.6K” Run & Walk and Family Event for Sunday, April 13. The proceeds will go towards raising money to cover expenses of running their political campaign and the political action committee they have established, Citizens For Loveland City Schools.
For children there will be games, a bounce house, dunk tank and food trucks. The run/walk is at Loveland High School, and organizers say that the course is not stroller friendly and, “No dogs, please.”
There will be a 68 foot obstacle course, and football, basketball and soccer shoot-outs.
The food available will be: Gold Star Chili, Kona Ice, LaRosa’s, Smokerz BBQ, and The Works.
The fun, runs and walks, from noon until 5 PM. The race is at 2 PM.
There will not be day of event registration. Registration must be done on-line. Anyone under 18 must be registered by a parent or guardian. Registration ends April 9th.
Packet pick-up will begin at noon at the high school, according to organizers.
If you are an adult under 50 years-old, to enter you donate $20 to the levy campaign. For children, they ask for a $5 donation, and for seniors, $15. You can also buy tee shirts for $7. You must place your tee order by April 1st, before 1 PM. There is a $2, on-line registration fee.
There will be age-category awards for the first across the finish line in the “5.6K” race. The race will be "chip timed" with shoe tags. All times will be read electronically. You do not have to have a tag to participate, but you must have a tag to receive a time.
If you have any questions you can contact Casey Thomas at email@example.com or at 575‐2098.