Henry's Hope Foundation to stage 5K in Monroeville
The Henry's Hope Foundation will hold a memorial 5K run/walk in Monroeville this weekend in honor of Henry Woodhall, a Forest Hills teenager who died last year after suffering a head injury from a skateboarding accident.
Henry was an organ donor whose contributions helped save lives.
Now, Henry's Hope Foundation is hoping to do the same by raising money for helmet awareness and other community projects.
The 5K will be held in Monroeville Community Park on Saturday.
Runners start at 9 a.m., and walkers begin 15 minutes later. The cost is $15.
Dogs that are leashed are welcome. The park is at 2399 Tillbrook Road.
To register or contact organizers, see www.henryshopefoundation.weebly.com.
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