The race begins when you hear “Lights-Camera-Action!” Cross our red carpet like a movie star, get hydrated at the movie themed hydration stations, receive your Movie Madness ﬁnisher medal and tech shirt, and join in the Movie Madness Festival. Movie Madness has taken over the entire race! You can also show us your creativity by dressing up in a movie-themed costume to have a chance of winning a Movie Madness award.
Leg Up Farm is a non-profit therapy center in York County, Pennsylvania, for children with disabilities and developmental delays. We believe every child is special and deserves the opportunity to reach their full potential. To achieve this goal, we know that therapy takes a lot of time and hard work. Our individually tailored treatment plans, breadth of services, and child-friendly environment in a convenient, centralized location are the keys to success that will improve outcomes for children and families. For more information go to www.legupfarm.org.
Eagle Fire Company was established in 1913 and is located the borough of Mount Wolf, Pennsylvania. Eagle Fire Company is 100% volunteer and serves the borough of Mount Wolf and the Eastern half of East Manchester Township by providing fire suppression, prevention, and medical responses and mutual aid to surrounding companies. The history and more about Eagle Fire Company can be viewed at www.fire22.org.
US Road Running was started after I received my RRCA coaching certification. I needed a place that everyone could log in to view their training plans and I could see their training. Soon after York Road Runners Club asked us to help with their website, so I just added options for clubs and add more programs. Others asked if they could use the website, so we made options for everyone to be able to update their information. The website is free for clubs to use that promote running. Some of the programs that we all use are the race search, race results, runner of the month program, polls/research and the blog. This helps use all build our running committees and promote good health through running. We also offer online registration, online membership, files, videos, images, advertisement to help promote your race or organization, graphic design, flyer design, and mailing list. For more information about US Road Running go to USRoadRunning.com
The Hope for Cope Foundation was created in loving memory and honor of fourteen year old Jazmine Rae Cope. On February 19, 2010, Jazmine was diagnosed with Myelofibrosis, a rare bone marrow disease and AML Leukemia. The next 9 months of her life would consist of rounds of chemotherapy, multiple hospital stays and a bone marrow transplant. She was a courageous fighter and inspirational to those that knew her and watched her fight this disease. Jazmine lost her battle on November 26, 2010. Her dream was to not only to beat cancer but to go on to Penn State University and become a pediatric oncology nurse. She never stopped thinking of others and never stopped wanting to help. Her dream was to help other children like herself. The Hope for Cope Foundation was founded to carry out her dream of helping other children facing the same battles as she did. As a foundation, our mission is to provide support to children and families facing a pediatric cancer diagnosis, raise awareness of the disease and donate funds towards the research of pediatric cancer. Please see our website at www.hopeforcope.org to learn more about our foundation and our upcoming events.
The Harrisburg Area Road Runners Club (HARRC) was founded in 1974 by a few avid distance runners who wanted to share ideas and provide an organized running program to interest other people in running. An article first appeared in the April 21, 1974 edition of the Harrisburg Patriot-News announcing the formation of a new running club in the Harrisburg area. HARRC’s first run was held on June 9, 1974, a two mile fun run along Harrisburg’s Riverfront Park. And in Feb 1976, HARRC became a chapter club of the Road Runners Club of America (RRCA), and at that time became the 52nd such running club nationally and only the 4th chapter club in Pennsylvania.
The YRRC is dedicated to promoting running, racing, and healthy living in York County. The Club supports and sponsors over 20 races and events each year and prints six newsletters a year to keep you informed about upcoming events. So come on join the pack! For more information go towww.yorkroadrunners.com.
07 April , 2012 Saturday Main Race: 08:00 AM GO RUN!
US Road Running Movie Madness Half-Marathon Half Marathon