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Super Rebel Run Saturday, May 11
Published on Wed, Apr 17, 2013 (1:39 p.m.)The Super Rebel Run will take place on Saturday, May 11th at Lucille S. Rogers Elementary School (5535 South Riley Street, Las Vegas, NV 89148). Come out and support the Super Rebel Run dressed up in your favorite REBEL gear and add a Superhero twist to it. Desert Reign and Legends Foundation have teamed up to bring you this event.
This is the inaugural Super Rebel Run, which is a 5K Run and 1 Mile Fun Walk to raise awareness of the dangers of childhood obesity and also to promote the advantages of a healthy and active lifestyle through daily physical activity. All ages are welcome to come and participate.
7:30 am - 11:30 am Enjoy a wide variety of community organizations, entertainment, and vendors
7:00 am - 8:30 am Participation & Bib Pick-up and Late Registration
9:00 am 5K begins
9:15 am 1 Mile Fun Walk begins
Kids Ages 4-17: $15.00
3 and Under: Free
Register at www.desertreignfoundation.org
For more information visit www.desertreignfoundation.org
Desert Reign was founded with the goal of providing opportunities for youth through fitness related activities, nutritional information and various other components of living a healthy, active lifestyle through daily physical activity. The overall focus of the organization is to have individuals understand the importance of being healthy and active.
There is a heavy emphasis placed on academics, sportsmanship and community involvement. Desert Reign wants its members to excel cognitively, socially, and athletically. Each participant is required to maintain a certain grade point average while in school.
Desert Reign is a non-profit organization that provides Las Vegas youth with the opportunity to succeed while living a healthy and active lifestyle through daily physical activity.
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