Save the date! The Capital Area Chapter of the American Red Cross will be hosting the 11th Annual Robin Lotane Hurricane Run on Saturday, October 6, 2018. All finishers will enjoy a Hurricane after-party with refreshments, awards and opportunities to hone their skills and knowledge of all things Red Cross. This great, fundraising event raises much needed funds to support our local Chapter’s vital programs and services to the Big Bend community in helping prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Sharon Tyler: 850-878-6080 or Sharon.Tyler@redcross.org Event Details: The 11th Annual Robin Lotane Red Cross Hurricane 5K & 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk will take place Saturday morning, October 6, 2018 on Esplanade Way between Merchants Row and Shumard Oak in Southwood. 7:00a.m. | Registration Opens 8:00a.m. |1 Mile Fun Run/Walk Starts 8:30a.m. | 5K Race/Obstacle Challenge Starts *Race will start and finish at on 4079 Esplanade Way between Merchants Row and Shumard Oak in Southwood. 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk Prices: $18 Online Pre-registration (Includes event t-shirt). *Online registration closes on October 3 at 11:59p.m. Afterward, registration cost is $20. $20 Race Day Registration (Includes event t-shirt) Awards: Overall Male/Female 1st - 3rd Masters Male/Female (40+) 1st - 3rd Youth Male/Female (12 and under) Registration: To register, please visit the link below: https://2019robinlotanehurricanerun.eventbrite.com Packet Pick Up: Packet pick up details will be provided soon, so please stay tuned! You may do so by following Capital Area Red Cross Event History: The Hurricane Run began in 2007 as a vision of Robin Lotane, long-time board member for the Capital Area Chapter and prominent local attorney. Robin wanted to create a family-friendly, community event to strengthen awareness about the Red Cross mission and raise much needed funds to continue the delivery of essential Red Cross services throughout the Big Bend area. In 2010, we renamed the run the Robin Lotane Hurricane Run, in honor of Robin after she lost her battle with cancer. Her husband, Bob Lotane, as well as family members and friends have continued to carry on Robin's legacy through this community event.