Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Brambleton Sponsors New Year's Eve Charity Run


The award-winning, southeastern Loudoun community of Brambleton, which is rapidly gaining recognition for its family oriented activities and charitable good works, is hosting a new event for all ages on the afternoon of Dec. 31, New Year's Eve. Promoting fitness and good health, this special race/walk also benefits area charities.

Ringing in Hope, Walk, Run & Fun, features a certified 10K course for serious runners, and a sanctioned 3K run and 1K walk. Individuals as well as teams are welcomed. The races and walk will kick off at 3:30 p.m., registration begins at 1:30pm!

Staged at the Brambleton Town Center, the event will include family friendly activities, special prizes, give-aways, and a silent auction beginning at 1 p.m. Ringing in Hope also provides opportunities for various types of sponsorships.

Supporting local charities, Brambleton's first Ringing in Hope event will benefit 1st Choice Women's Health Center (Lifeline), The Brain Foundation, Joshua's Hands, La Voz of Loudoun, Loudoun Habitat for Humanity, and MADD.

Volunteers are welcomed by the race organizers. Additional information, registration, and sponsor details, are available by viewing www.ringinginhope.com.

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