Fall 2017 Ginger Girvin Event

It is a fun-filled day for Students, Teachers, Parents and Our Sea Crest Community. 

Running for a Great Cause!


 
Every student will be given a tshirt on the day of the Girvin Run. As the students run a lap or complete and activity, a parent volunteer will mark the tshirt. Each mark will represent one lap/activity completed. Students will run for 20 minutes, complete activities in the gym for 20 minutes and on the blacktop for 20 minutes. At the end of the event, students will go to the hospitality table. There they will get a healthy snack and a drink.  

Everyone is welcome and encouraged to come and cheer on our amazing runners! Below is the schedule for the day.

Girvin Run Schedule:
All students rotating between the run and challenge activities in the gym and blacktop: 1:15 pm - 3:00 pm

Community Celebration with food and games: 3:00 - 4:00 pm.

All runners will get a "feet" bracelet after the race.  They will get a colored "foot" for each lap they ran or activity completed.

Attire

Be sure to wear your Scholarship Run t-shirt (distributed that day prior to the run), comfortable shoes and clothing, sunscreen, along with sunglasses and a hat or other sun protection. Who knows you may need to bring rain gear too, so come prepared.  This is a rain or shine event!

Volunteer

This event will not be complete without our amazing Sea Crest families support.  We will need a lot of volunteers to help run this year’s event.  You can sign up to help on Track it Forward or by contacting: Erin Hosilyk, Allison Cleary or Meredith Holden.

Tips for Raising Money

Don't forget to ask everyone you know to support you in the Ginger Girvin Scholarship Run.  Any amount can make a difference! Ask not only your family and friends, but your neighbors, your parents co-workers, and others you interact with regularly. See DoJiggy's Participant Fundraising Library for fundraising ideas and tips, sample letters, a detailed User Guide to the Participant Control Panel, and more!

"Do not wait for extraordinary circumstances to do good actions; try to use ordinary situations."
— Jean Paul Richer
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