Guardian Group Foun­da­tion third night run com­ing

Jamaica Gleaner - - INTERNATIONAL NEWS -

En­ter­tainer Moses ‘Bee­nie Man’ Davis is sand­wiched by race pa­tron Dr Sara Lawrence (left) and spon­sor of the 5K, Kimisha Walker of Adam and Eve Day Spa.

THE THIRD stag­ing of the Guardian Group Foun­da­tion ‘Keep It Alive’ 5K Night Runs, sched­uled for Satur­day, Novem­ber 5 in Kingston and Satur­day, Novem­ber 12 in Mon­tego Bay this year, prom­ises to be even more mem­o­rable than the years past.

The foun­da­tion’s main ob­jec­tive of host­ing the 5K events is to give back to the health sec­tor by pur­chas­ing much-needed med­i­cal equip­ment for four of the is­land’s hos­pi­tals. They are Univer­sity Hospi­tal of the West Indies, Corn­wall Re­gional Hospi­tal, St Ann’s Bay Hospi­tal and Man­dev­ille Re­gional Hospi­tal. The foun­da­tion also recog­nises that the over­all par­tic­i­pants’ ex­pe­ri­ence is crit­i­cal in en­sur­ing they re­tain and gain sup­port in the years to come.

This year, the After-Race Lyme, which is only open to reg­is­trants, will fea­ture in­ter­na­tional dance­hall artiste Moses ‘Bee­nie Man’ Davis as the main en­ter­tainer at both events at a cost of $1,200 (in­di­vid­ual reg­is­tra­tion). Par­tic­i­pants will not only be con­tribut­ing to a worth­while cause, but will also be thor­oughly en­ter­tained.

For more in­for­ma­tion visit the race web­site at www.keep ital­ive5k.com.

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