Congratulations! Kids Helping Hopkins ... First Kilometers For Kids Reaches Goal!
The goal was reached!! A hefty goal of $20,000 was reached (and exceeded) with the help of all the participants in the first - Kilometers for Kids 5K Run/2K Walk. Money raised will help patients continue to receive world-class pediatric care at Johns Hopkins Children's Center.
' Thanks to the care of our wonderful doctors and groundbreaking medical research, the Hopkins Children's community extends across the world. Some patients walk to the clinics, others travel from across the U.S. and distant countries for the pediatric care for which it is renown. The center founded in 1912 is consistently ranked as one of the top children's hospitals in the country, and treats over 120,000 children each year. JHH Children's center is noted for excellence in more than 20 pediatric sub-specialties including; cardiology, transplant, psychiatric illnesses, and genetic disorders.'
Co Chairs of the event...Rebecca Ednie and Anita Rozenel 'Detour Dave' Sandler with Anita!
Kilometers for Kids is open to all who wish to help raise funds for the Johns Hopkins Children's Center.
There is still time for anyone to support the kids by making an online donation.
Sponsors on the back of Tee Shirts.
My dear friends, Sam and Anita Rozenel, started Kids Helping Hopkins. They are a remarkable giving couple and it was wonderful seeing the crowd come out, today with support for Kids Helping Hopkins, Anita, Sam and the children.
A delightful surprise..my niece Ellen Sugar (#127 in blue) with members of Church Lane School!
Margaret Rome..HomeRome Realty, a sponsor!
There was so much good energy on this very chilly Baltimore Saturday morning. Over 200 people were at Oregon Ridge..including families, friends, sponsors, teachers, co-workers, adults, teens and children. Some walked the 2K, some ran the 5K and many were there for support and cheering. You could hear the shouts.."Come on, you are doing great, keep up the good work!"
The goal was reached!! A hefty goal of $20,000..reached with the help of all the participants in the FIRST- Kilometers for Kids 5K Run/2K Walk. Money raised will help patients continue to receive world-class pediatric care at Johns Hopkins Children's Center.