Woodstock Public Safety Foundation to Host 6th Annual Hustle for Heroes 5K
The Woodstock Public Safety Foundation is set to host the 6th annual Hustle for Heroes 5K run/walk to be held on Saturday, May 12, 2018, at the First Baptist Church of Woodstock (FBCW). Registration is now open to men, women, and children of all ages.
The Hustle for Heroes 5K will start at 7:30 a.m. at the FBCW, 11905 Highway 92 in Woodstock. Participants can run side by side with local SWAT teams in what quickly has been deemed “the only place in Georgia to legally attempt to outrun the cops.”
All participants will receive a t-shirt and a race packet. Award recipients will include: best overall male/female, Top Hero (Police/Fire/EMT), and age groups. The race route is kid, family, wheelchair, and stroller-friendly.
Tori Hand, Board Member of the Woodstock Public Safety Foundation and Race Coordinator, said, “This race continues to grow in size and popularity. It is a great way to get a Saturday morning exercise in while supporting your local heroes. Whether you run or walk, supporting Woodstock police and fire departments by participating is what this event is really all about.”
To register, please visit www.active.com, keyword, “Hustle for Heroes,” or you may register the day of the race (day of registration does not guarantee you your choice of a t-shirt size). Registration will begin at 7 a.m.
All proceeds from this day directly will benefit the charitable programs of the Woodstock Public Safety Foundation. Charitable programs include: Shop with a Hero, community-oriented partnerships, emergency aid to first responders, equipment and training, law enforcement explorer post, and other non-profit outreach programs benefiting public safety.
For more information on the Woodstock Public Safety Foundation, please visit www.wpsfoundation.org. Direct link to register is http://bit.ly/2I1zmT7.
May 2018 Issue of Real Hero Report
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