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Hellenic American Academy’s First-Ever 3K Fun Run Fundraiser June 2

DEERFIELD, IL  – The Hellenic American Academy (HAA) holds its first-ever 3K Fun Run Fundraiser on Friday, June 2, 12:30-2:30 PM, at the school, 445 Pine Street in Deerfield. Team registration is free.

The 3K Fun Run will take place after school hours, coinciding with the students’ field day. After the run, the HAA community will gather at the finish line for food and socializing. HAA parents are encouraged to participate in this first of a kind fundraiser by assisting their child in gathering donations from family and friends. Each family will have the opportunity to register a team for the Fun Run, and also invite other family members to join their team in running.

While registration for this event is free, HAA kindly requests a minimum donation of $40 for the initial team registration. Additionally, each registered runner will be required to purchase a t-shirt for $10. HAA understands that not everyone can donate, and any amount of donation is greatly appreciated. Every dollar raised will be utilized to enhance the school facilities and provide the best possible education for the HAA students.

Sign up online: https://runsignup.com/haa3kfunrun.


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