Party is the Night Run of the Year!

CHIP TIMED GLOW RUN!! Friday, May 23, 2014 at 7PM is the Night Run of the Year 5K benefiting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.  Springfield Brewing Company is hosting the party in the parking lot start at 8PMSpringfield Brew Co..yes, it's going to be a FULL BAR!  The Big Iron Band is going to be rocking it out before & after the event!  For the KIDS..bounce houses and other exciting activities!  This event is definitely going to make a splash their first year & ActNow Promotions is excited to be a part of it!

2014 Azalea Run's LARGEST TEAM AWARD

Rocco's Pizza in Nixa is excited to be the official Team Award Sponsor for the 2nd Year! The largest team award will be figured on the total number of team participants from all 3 events. Last year's Largest Team Award went to the Running Chatters with over 30 team members.

Who's it going to be this year??


2014 Azalea Run Raffle

Congratulations to all of the Azalea Run Raffle Winners!!  If you won a raffle and haven't picked up your prize, you can stop by Garden Adventures in Nixa or they will be available at packet pick up and on race day.  


March Raffle Winner -  Ashley Schnell of Nixa, MO won the Azalea Stein

April Raffle Winner - Taylor Daugherty of Chadwick, MO won the Azalea Rocks Glasses.

May Raffle Winner - Donnak Miether of Forsyth, MO won the Azalea Wine Glasses

June Raffle Winner - Lindsey Clark of Ozark, MO won the Azalea Run Decantar

July Raffle Winner - xx of xx, MO won the Azalea Fleece Blanket

August Raffle Winner - xx of xx, MO won the Azalea Fleece Blanket

Don't miss your chance to be in the SEPTEMBER RAFFLE and win an Azalea Run Fleece Blanket!!  Remember, the more people you refer to the Azalea Run, the more chances you have to win!!



Bubba's First 5K

Andrew Paasch was involved in a fire accident May 16, 2013.  He suffered both 2nd and 3rd degree burns on about 20 percent of his body.  Andrew had stayed at Via Christi Medical Center's burn unit in Wichita for about two weeks.  Due to difficulties he was sedated and kept on a ventilator the whole time.  Shrines were contacted and he was then transferred to the Shrines Hospital for Children in Cincinnati, Ohio. There he had under gone surgery to graft his left arm, left side of his face, and left knee.  Andrew was there for about two weeks.  Since being home Andrew attends outpatient therapy three days a week and follow up appointments in Cincinnati once a month.  

Andrew is doing very well and getting back to the things he loved doing before the accident that includes playing ball, interacting with friends and family, building Lego blocks, and playing video games.  Everyday he show improvement.  A special thank you goes out to all Shrines for doing what they do best, helping children.