WHEN: Sunday, October 15, 2017

     Check-in/shirt pick-up   12:00 PM

     Race starts at 1:00 PM

WHERE: E.J. Nutter Park, 865 Factory Rd., Beavercreek

A safe, off-road 3.1 mile course that begins and ends near the shelter and utilizes the Creekside Trail Bike Path.   Easily accessible by wheelchairs and strollers.  Pets on leash welcome (please prepare to clean up after your pet).

COST: $25/participant

REGISTER: HERE  Registration Cutoff-October 1

Bouncy house and facepainting for the kids!  Refreshments provided after the race. 

Timing and medals provided by SpeedyFeet.

A live/work/play/grow community of services for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families located in Southwestern Ohio

Good Works Farm, Inc.A 501(c)(3) nonprofit

Debbie was a mother, grandmother, teacher, author, advocate, volunteer, and friend.  She earned degrees from Sinclair Community College, University of Dayton, Central State University and Wright State University and held a Masters in Education.  She taught students with intensive disabilities in Dayton Public Schools.  Debbie was recognized nationally for her fundraising efforts for St. Jude's Research Hospital, and supported many organizations that supported youth and the disabled, including TWIGS, the Autism Society, the Kettering Noon Optimist Club, and Good Works Farm.  Debbie donated her time at the annual Good Works Farm Summer Enrichment Day Camp and their many fundraisers.  Debbie was a published author, her book entitled I'm a Fish, I Can't Climb a Tree, had a mission to encourage her students with disabilities to embrace their unique gifts and talents.  Debbie was a Deacon and served in the Christian Education Department, served as Head Usher, and helped to design the prayer wall at Westminster Presbyterian Church.  Debbie passed away on Dec. 3, 2016.  In an effort to memorialize all that Debbie was and to keep her memory alive, Good Works Farm renamed their annual 5k walk/run in her memory.


to benefit Good Works Farm