A RACE TO REMEMBER

September 10th, 2016

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A RACE TO REMEMBER
September 10, 2016
Part of Hanover Park’s A Day to Remember
Honoring Our Fallen Heroes

9:00am
MEMORIAL CEREMONY | Veteran’s Memorial – Hanover Park Village Hall
Remembering the fallen Police, Firefighters and First Responders of 9/11

11:00am
A RACE TO REMEMBER | Greenbrook Elementary School – Heritage Park
– Run, Walk or Roll to commemorate the 15th anniversary of 9/11
– $25 pre-registration until August 30, 2016 ($30 thereafter)
– Register today at signmeup.com/115406

11:30am
FAMILY FUN DAY | Heritage Park
Snacks, activities and fun for the whole family!

Sponsorship opportunities available. All donations gratefully accepted.
Donations are tax deductible. Refunds cannot be issued for races or events.
Net proceeds will provide free services to veterans, military families and
their caregivers.

Please visit www.hpil.org for more information or download the flyer.

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Thank you to our Sponsors for helping make this event possible:

VeteransR-R
FruitfulYield
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HanoverParkParkDistrict
HanoverTownshipMHB
HomeDepot

BoltPrinting

 

AND A VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR HOST SPONSOR:

VillageHP

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