St. Jude Run | April 20th, 2015 | Comments Off on 2015 1st Year Runner Meeting
Join us Wednesday 4/22/15 at the Kroc Center at 6:30pm for our 2015 1st Year Runner Meeting! If you are already signed up or still on the fence please join us and learn what the St. Jude Quincy to Peoria Run is all about!
We will talk about the mechanics of the run, the fundraising goals, and what the 1st year experience is all about!
Being a 1st year runner is exciting and a little nerve-racking all at that the same time. We know you’re excited about being involved but you also worry about things like the distance, or the amount you have to fundraise. Let us put your mind at ease and answer any and all of your questions!
Join us to learn more about how fun and exciting this run truly is! The St. Jude Runs are about fundraising for the Children and their families at the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. We get to run as our reward!
Looking forward to seeing a lot of new faces this Wednesday night!
St. Jude Run | April 6th, 2015 | Comments Off on First Year Runner Info from the 2015 Runner Recruiter Kim Polley
St.Jude 1st year
Please click on the above attachment to receive information about becoming a 2015 Quincy to Peoria St. Jude Runner/Volunteer!
St. Jude Run | April 6th, 2015 | Comments Off on St. Jude Quincy to Peoria Run 2015 Kickoff Party
This Wednesday is the 2015 Quincy to Peoria St. Jude run kickoff at One restaurant at 6:30pm. All interested runners and volunteers are encouraged to stop by and learn all about the run, meet current runners, and get registered for the 2015 run. Our goal is $115,000 in 2015!
St. Jude Run | February 4th, 2015 | Comments Off on 53 years ago today Danny Thomas opened St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Who would of thought a dream fulfilled 53 years ago would still have such an impact today? Our run helps ensure that it can continue and continue to do so for 53 more years!
On this day 53 years ago, Danny Thomas realized his dream of opening a hospital dedicated to finding cures and saving children everywhere.