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Are you running for the kids ?

The 4th annual Lytle Law 5k “Run for the Kids” will be held on Saturday, May 15, 2010 in the Oyster Point section of Newport News.  This event was started by Brian Lytle back in 2007 and has grown over the years to be one of the biggest races on the Peninsula.

In addition to the 5k race, this event will also feature a “Miracle Mile” fun run/walk, free food and t-shirts for those participating, raffle drawings, live music, awards and more!  However, the best part about the Lytle Law 5k is that *ALL* the proceeds go to the The Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters!

5kChildren’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters offers the most innovative, comprehensive and specialized care for newborns through teens providing the highest designation of neonatal intensive care in our region as well as specialty units for pediatric intensive care, rehabilitation, cancer treatment, medical and surgical care and transitional care. Whether a child needs hospitalization, ongoing care for a chronic illness, outpatient surgery or primary care, CHKD provides the staff, facilities and technologies that address the unique demands of  childhood.                                                                                                                                

Last year the Lytle Law 5k had approximately 750 participants and raised over $15,000 for CHKD

You can help this cause just by participating!  Visit www.lytlelaw5k.com to register for the race and obtain information about sponsoring and volunteering at the event.


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