• 3rd Annual CASA 5K
—■ Need a new year’s goal? Want to support a great organization? Start getting ready for the 3rd annual CASA 5K, Saturday, June 22, at the Marion Courthouse. CASA (Court Appointed Special Avocates) of the Arkansas Delta is a multi-county nonprofit that helps children in crisis, particularly those in the foster care system. Registration is $30 (includes a free t-shirt ) Late registration is day of. Shirts are limited. Children under 8 are free! T-shirts are $12. To register online go to www.stearnsracetiming.co m. For more information, find CASA Arkansas Delta on Facebook, or call Chloe Harrison or Carolyn Slaughter at (870) 7025951.
• Co-Ed Volleyball Tourney & Bake Sale — The J.W. Rich Girls Club will be hosting a special day of fun for a good cause. The club will be putting on a fundraiser for Karyn Weaver at the J. W. Rich Girls Club, 519 Shoppingway Blvd., in West Memphis, on Saturday, May 4. Bake sale starts at 10 a.m; ages 10-13 tourney starts at 3:30 p.m., ages 14 & up toumet starts at 5:30 p.m. Teams will be formed via a blind draft $15 per person to play. All proceeds from the tournaments and bake sale will go to the Weaver Family.
Girls Club Softball —
Registration has been extended for the J.W. Rich 2019 Spring Softball season. Stop by the Girls Club, 519 Shoppingway Blvd., in West Memphis Monday through Friday from 3 to 6 p.m., to sign up. Play is open to girls ages 4 to 12 (must be 4 before the start of play). $50 annual membership dues are also required if not already paid). For more information, visit the J.W. Rich Girls Club’s Facebook page.
• 3rd Annual Marion Countryside Ride — Saturday, April 6 at the Marion Courthouse, 8 a.m. to noon. 4 mile, 14 mile and 45 mile rides. $40 entry fee, kids 12 and uner $20. Entries received before March 27 will include event T-shirt and lunch.
Call the chamber at 870739-6041, email rnadison. marioncoc@ outlook, co m or visit marionarchamber. org to register.
• Purity Moosic City Dash
— Saturday, April 13, in Nashville, Tenn. The run includes a 5k, 10k, Regions Smitty 15k, and Lee Company Glenn Wunder Mighty Mile. Runners will gather at Metro Center and begin starting at 7 am.
Money raised will benefit The Jason Foundation, a nationally recognized leader in youth suicide awareness and prevention.
This non-profit organization provides free educational and awareness programs that equip young people, educators, parents, and the community with the resources to identify and help at-risk youth. All racers will receive t-shirts for the event and all finishers will be honored with a medal. Free Purity ice cream will be available for all participants after the Dash. Winners of the men’s and women’s 5k, 10k, and 15k races will receive a one-year supply of Purity ice cream. Register to race or volunteer at www.dash4good.com. Visit ANNQ4z MOOS/' ¡ S t
www.jasonfoundation.com to learn more about the organization and how you can help young people who may be struggling with thoughts of suicide.
• Delta Gymnastics classes
— Classes available for ages 2 and up on Thursdays at 5:15 p.m. For more information please contact Delta Gymnastics at (870) 7355900. John Beaumont firstname.lastname@example.org m, Sara Fenter email@example.com, or Jerry Fenter – jfenter@fen-
• Studio Gray Dance Clinic
— Check out the Studio Gray Dance Clinic programs at the Boys & Girls Club of Crittenden County. Designed to help kids going into cheer, pom & hip-hop. For more information or to register, inquire via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (901) 303-6221.
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