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Ability Run Walk Rock n’ Roll

Designed for all fitness levels, abilities, and ages, the Ability Run Walk Rock n’ Roll includes a chip-timed 5K race, a 1K fun run/walk, a wheelchair roll, a rock n’ roll costume competition, and a family fun fair with great rock n’ roll music, food, and games!

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What makes this race special

Every participant’s registration contributes to our goal of raising $50,000 to create a state of the art independent living center – helping children and adults with disabilities be able to live and work independently.

Ability Connection is a charitable nonprofit that serves a segment of our society that is often voiceless: the 156,000 disabled children and adults without access to healthcare, therapy, or adaptive equipment. Texas is ranked 50th in the US in providing care and support for people with disabilities—your participation will help us do more to protect the most vulnerable and forgotten among us.

 

EVENT TIME PRICE DETAILS
5K Run 8:30AM CDT $20 Price increases August 25, 2017 at 11:59pm CDT
1K Fun Run/Walk 9:30AM CDT $20 Registration ends September 30, 2017 at 11:59pm CDT
Where
Anderson Bonner Park
12000 Park Central Drive
Dallas, TX US 75251

Prizes and competition

5K Race

  • Individual prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place
  • Team prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place

Rock n’ Roll Costume Competition

  • the best rock n’ roll costume will win a special prize!
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About Ability Connection and our work

For over 60 years Ability Connection has been dedicated to delivering life changing healthcare, education, vocational opportunities, independent livings skills, and community inclusion for children and adults with disabilities.

Daily, we serve nearly 800 individuals with Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Autism, Asperger’s, traumatic brain injuries, behavioral disorders, para/quadriplegia, as well as many other types of physical and mental disabilities—helping them to live to their fullest potential with independence and inclusion in community.

2017-08-24T09:36:04+00:00 August 24th, 2017|News|