Flame of Hope 5K set for May 14


Funds raised to benefit children with epilepsy

Staff Report



DAYTON — Grab your sneakers, bring your cape to run, walk, or fly as the Epilepsy Foundation of Western Ohio ignites the “FLAME of HOPE” 5k/Walk at Eastwood MetroPark (1385 Harshman Road, Dayton) for Epilepsy.

The 5K will take place on Saturday, May 14. Registration begins at 9 a.m. The run/walk will begin at 10 a.m. After the race the Epilepsy Foundation will honor its superheroes – those overcoming the daily challenges of epilepsy. Anyone who enjoys walking or running is invited to attend.

Funds raised will help send kids to Camp Flame Catcher, a camp designed to give children with epilepsy a typical camping experience with the benefit of trained epilepsy specialists.

Registration cost is as following:

Adult: $30

Child 6-12: $15

Child 5 & under: Free

Each paid registration comes with a free T-shirt until supplies last. T-shirts may also be purchased separately for $10 each.

Register early and use the discount code “superhero” to receive $5 off any adult registration through April 1.

For more information on the Flame of Hope 5k for Epilepsy, please visit the website at www.efwoflameofhope.org.

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Funds raised to benefit children with epilepsy

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