PRLog - March 27, 2014 - CARY, N.C. -- NR Road Racing will hold a Glow in the Night 5K in Cary on Friday April 11, 2014 at 8:00 PM to benefit Helps Education Fund. The event will be held at WakeMed Soccer Park, 940 E Chatham St, Cary, NC 27511. Race registration is $40 for individuals and $35 per person for teams of 4 or more. Prices will increase $5 on March 28. There will be a $50 walk up registration fee. All ages are welcome, however, anyone 12 and older must be registered. We also welcome anyone who would like to volunteer!
We take the Glow In The Night 5k to the next level. You will get completely covered in glowrific color dust with friends, family and silly strangers, while focusing more on the fun color and participating in the 5k course, at night, under the cool glow of black lights. Doesn’t matter how fast or old you are to participate in the glow run. The different colors are 100% natural and safe as you can eat the stuff if you want but we don’t suggest it. Wear a white shirt and be prepared to get covered in color. At the end of the three mile course prepare for an after party that will have music and even more color! The goal will be to see how much a person can really be covered in color as every 10 minutes more color will be thrown in the air.
The Helps Education Fund is a nonprofit organization founded by Dr. John Begeny, a professor at NC State University. The mission of the Helps Education Fund is to provide free research-supported materials, services, and professional development to educators and parents with the goal of improving learning outcomes for students. A core value of the Helps Education Fund states that each child—regardless of race, color, age, economic background, presence of a disability, etc.—deserves a free and effective education. For more information about Helps Education Fund visit: helpseducationfund.org.
John Begeny, Executive Director of the Helps Education Fund, states, “That the Glow in the Night 5k is not only a unique experience, but funds raised at the event will contribute to research-supported programs which effectively improve learning outcomes for struggling students.”
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