THE SUSTAINABLE LIVING FOUNDATION
Zimbabwe Children's Orphanage & Gardens for Paraguay
|RACE TIMES||OPENING CEREMONY & AWARD CEREMONY TIMES
UNDER THE PAVILION
|Pre School, 220 yd. 1:00 p.m.
Girls and Boys
Kindergarten ˝ mile at 1:15 Girls and Boys
1st and 2nd grade, Mile, Girls 1:30
1st and 2nd grade, Mile, Boys 1:45
3rd and 4th grade, Mile, Girls 2:00
3rd and 4th grade, Mile, Boys 2:15
5th and 6th grade, Mile, Girls 2:30
5th and 6th grade, Mile, Boys 2:45
7th and 8th grade, Mile, Girls 3:00
7th and 8th grade, Mile, Boys 3:15
At 3:30 All high school and post high school runners— Women and Men
Opening Ceremony Noon- American & Zimbabwe Anthems;
1:30 Preschool & Kindergarten Awards
2 p.m. 1st/2nd Grade Awards
2:30 3rd/4th Grade Awards
3 p.m. 5th/6th Grade Awards
4 p.m. 7th/8th, High School, Post High School Awards
Announcement of Big Raffle Winners
At each ceremony: Presentation of Championship Cups Top three per Division
Race Dedication: The Father Eric Freed 5th and 6th grade girls’ and boys’ mile. Read about Fr. Freed
Sister Batsirai Cottage, a Goal for the 2014 Run The Sister Batsirai Cottage is for eight young women who have “aged out” of the orphanage. This cottage will provide vocational training and assistance in seeking employment.
The Sustainable Living Foundation has two projects:
The Run for Zimbabwe Orphans and Fair. This family event is held each spring at St. Joseph School in Mountain View, Ca. benefits Makumbi Children’s Home in Zimbabwe.
Gardens for Paraguay. The Sustainable Living Foundation seeks on-going funding for Red de Huerta, Garden Network, in Pilar Paraguay. This garden network of five gardeners and 35 gardens serves the poor neighborhoods of San Rocco and San Lorenzo.
Mazvita! Thank you to our great webmaster Tatiana Promessi.
We know you will enjoy all the great pictures Tatiana has posted of the Zimbabwe Run and gardens in Paraguay.