Pledge Drivers with MfSS events: Pledge Driver’s participating in a MfSS event can do the event FREE of charge. Get started!
You can also get involved with MfSS at the following events this summer:
April 30, 2011: Calvin College Spring Classic
Two events are offered at the Calvin College Spring Classic. An indoor track walk and a 5K run. This is the first MfSS event for the year so we hope to see you at the event.
June 5, 2011: Grand Rapids Triathlon
This is a first year event and sure to be a great success. MfSS is the Official Charity for this event and a great partner. There are three events offered at this event: Sprint, Olympic, and 1/2 Iron man.
July 2, 2011: Bostwick Lake Triathlon
Miles for Special Smiles is the official charity for this Triathlon. Bostwick is a great event for beginning triathletes. This is a sprint distance event and a great supporter of MfSS.
July 2011: Metro Way 5K
Metro is a partnered 5k event. One event is offered but the course allows participants flexibility. Miles for Special Smiles has a wonderful partner in Metro Health.
September 2011: The Bridge Run
The Bridge Run is a long standing premier event in down town Grand Rapids. Two events are offered a 5k walk/run and a 10mile run. Miles for Special Smiles is a partner charity with the Bridge Run.
Event of your Choice Pledge Drivers: Athletes who would like to Pledge Drive for Miles for Special Smiles in a different event please contact us for programs available to do the event FREE of charge. Contact us today.
Below is a list of news features about Miles for Special Smiles. For more in formation or press requests regarding Miles for Special Smiles, please call us at (616) 371-1155, or e-mail us at email@example.com.
"A Triumphant Run," by Alissa Jean Schafer. Grand Rapids Family, May 2009
Some chase personal records. Others simply hope to make it across the finish line. But one group of competitors will compete the 25K race with their feet never touching the ground. They are "captains" in myTeam Triumph, an athletic ride-along program designed to enable the disabled. Read full article