This family-friendly event benefits the American Lung Association in Pennsylvania and their effort to help improve the lives of those currently living with chronic lung disease. The money raised will help fund important programs, including asthma camp, clean air in schools and smoking prevention/cessation for teens and adults.
The Radnor Run includes a five mile road race that is sanctioned and certified by the USA Track and Field Association and a one mile fun run. The first place female runner will receive the Jody’s Cup, an award in the memory of Radnor Township resident Jody Lynn Sack and the first place male runner will receive the Penn Medicine Award.
You don’t have to be a runner to take part in the day’s fun festivities which will include games, activities, and many giveaways. Bring the whole family out to enjoy a fun, harvest-themed day in Radnor!
Sign up today for the Penn Medicine Radnor Run!
Time: 5-Mile Race Start: 8:30 a.m.
1-Mile Fun Run Start: 8:40 a.m.
Location: 301 Iven Ave. Wayne, PA
Join the fight for clean airIt is estimated that close to 342,000 Americans die of lung disease each year, responsible for one in seven deaths. The American Lung Association and partner organizations are fighting to protect the Clean Air Act, a law that protects public health by reducing harmful pollution and gives the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) the ability to clean up the air.
Air pollution has very serious health effects including shortness of breath, asthma attacks, heart attacks, strokes, lung disease and even premature death. The Clean Air Act helps to reduce the pollutants that lead to these types of health issues.
The American Lung Association has and will continue to play a critical role in the advocacy for clean air. For more information, please visit www.lunginfo.org