Music In Motion 5K Run/Walk September 6, 2014

The Delaware Music Boosters will host the sixth annual Music in Motion 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, September 6, at the campground area of Delaware State Park. Registrations are open online at www.active.com/delaware-oh/running/distance-running-races/music-in-motion-5k-2014. Runners and walkers who prefer to register using a paper form can find them during open hours at the Second Sole, the YMCA, or by visiting the Music Boosters table at the Main Street Delaware Farmers’ Market on any Saturday before the race date.

The entry fee is $25, or $30 on the day of the race. Same-day registration will be held from 7 to 7:30 a.m., the race will start at 8:00 a.m., and awards and raffle prizes will be distributed at 9:00 a.m. All participants receive a race t-shirt, and awards will be given for overall female, overall male, and first place male and female in each age bracket. Race packet pick-up starts at 7 a.m. on September 6th.

The Music Boosters, a 501c3 organization, supports the performing music programs at all eight Delaware City Schools. Performances of the 4th through12th grade orchestras, 5th through 12th grade bands, and 5th through 12th grade choirs are free and open to the public, with the exception of the marching band at Hayes football games, which are subject to the standard OHSAA high school athletics admission prices.

For more information about the Delaware Music Boosters, please visit our Facebook page or www.delawaremusic.org.

Left to right: 2013 runners Gabe Haferman, Jane Boyer, and Owen Boyer. Photo Credit Rod Alsup

Left to right: 2013 runners Gabe Haferman, Jane Boyer, and Owen Boyer. Photo Credit Rod Alsup

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Left to right: 2013 overall winners Chris Fink and Annette Schwartz. Photo Credit Rod Alsup.

Main Street Delaware – Fine Art, Food & Wine fund-raiser

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Update: “ALLY STRONG” 2013 Ally Bellamy Benefit Co-ed Softball Tournament

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“ALLY STRONG” 2013 Ally Bellamy Benefit Co-Ed Softball Tournament

Date: Saturday, August 10, 2013 Location: Smith Park in Delaware (Off Troy Road) Time: 9:00am-?

Event Isnformation:
* 16 Team Co-Ed Softball Tournament
* Food/ Refreshments/ Dessert by Rocky’s Italian Ice
* 50/50 Raffle
* Raffle Prizes
* Silent Auction
* Custom “Ally Bellamy Benefit” T-Shirts available for sale ($15.00/ea. SM.-3XL)
* “Rally Around Ally” Wristbands for sale ($2.00/ea.)
*It Works! Fit Wraps & Silpada Jewelry booths (partial/ all proceeds going back to Ally)

*16 teams entered (which has maxed us out!)
*Teams are from Delaware, Union, Marion, Morrow, and Knox counties. This is the true meaning of a community coming together to help out a girl who has dealt with so much difficulty regarding her health since birth.
* A majority of the teams have found a local business to sponsor them which is just wonderful.
— Carriage Town’s Ally’s Warriors
— Tim Hortons
— Bernardo Stucco
— Ace Driving School
— AHP
— Final Score
— Fredericktown Chevrolet
— J&M Asphalt
–A&S Plumbing

Ally Bellamy is the daughter of Stephanie Rider and Bobby Bellamy. Ally Nicole Bellamy was born with a condition called Gastroschisis-(her intestines on the outside of her stomach). Ally also has an immune deficiency which makes it very difficult for her body to fight infections. It seems as though Ally has spent more time in Children’s Hospital than her actual home. She has undergone several major surgeries removing most of her bowel, which now does not work leaving her with intestinal failure for which she needs a stomach, small bowel, & colon transplant. She has already undergone a bone marrow transplant just a few weeks ago as her physicians would not transplant the organs she needs without a strong immune system. She is currently inpatient at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh recovering from the bone marrow transplant anxiously awaiting stem cell growth to make her strong enough to undergo her desperately needed organ transplants.

This sweet girl, Stephanie & the Rider family, and Bobby & the Bellamy family need all the support we as a community can give them. Please join us for a fun-filled day!

~~FUN FOR ALL EVEN IF YOU DON’T PLAY BALL!~~

Benefit Contacts:
Terin Franks (740) 739-3382 or Justin Franks (740) 816-8789
Alisha Partin (740) 272-2949
Nina Cantrell Tobin (419) 688-0313