Kids Running For Kids in The Woodlands
Kids Running for Kids, a community-wide initiative that promotes education, physical fitness and community outreach in our youth, held its annual run to raise funds for Conroe Independent School District’s Read for a Better Life on Saturday, February 4, 2017.
The 2017 Kids Running for Kids run started at 7:30 a.m. at Town Green Park in The Woodlands, Texas and included a one mile race up and town Lake Robbins Drive. On race day participants were also encouraged to bring a book to donate to benefit Conroe ISD schools.
Attendees and the community enjoyed festivities and family friendly activities in Town Green Park including arts and crafts, a kid zone, live music, and interact with their favorite characters.
Kids Running for Kids’ goal to become a source of inspiration across communities and to equip youth with a strong foundation for learning and being healthy. K – 8th graders made a difference by running the race by which all proceeds will go to support CISD’s initiative, Read for a Better Life. Read for a Better Life is a call to action for parents, guardians, and volunteers to cultivate a culture of reading and learning among students of all ages. The goal is to read aloud to students for at least 30 minutes a day. For more information visit readaloud.conroeisd.net.
Learn more and see photos from the event on the Hello Woodlands Facebook page!
To learn more about Kids Running for Kids and how to get involved, visit kidsrunningforkids.com