Superman was adopted. Spiderman was raised by his aunt and uncle. Batman grew up with his butler. Few superheroes grew up in a typical family situation, yet they all accomplished great things as adults. KLRU and Court Appointed Special Advocates believe all children deserve the chance to become superheroes themselves. You can help by participating int he CASA Superhero Run. This year’s run on September 21st, benefits CASA of Travis County and CASA of Williamson County. Register today
KLRU was proud to sponsor the CASA Superhero Run on September 25th, 2011, an annual event that raises money to help ensure that someday every child in Travis County who needs their own superhero will have one. Take a look at the pictures from the event.
Runners, it’s time again to pull out those magical capes, strap on those evil-avenging masks, and double-knot those superhuman running shoes because KLRU is “calling all super readers” and superheroes to the CASA Superhero Run, because “every child needs a hero, but abused children need superheroes.”
KLRU is proud to sponsor this year’s Superhero Run, an annual event that raises money to help ensure that someday every child in Travis County who needs their own superhero will have one. Kids should also be on the lookout for Super Why and Princess Presto, two of the “Super Readers” from the PBS Kids series SuperWhy.
The event takes place on Sunday, September 25, at The Domain, 11410 Century Oaks Terrace and the day consists of a chip-timed 5K race, Kids 1K and numerous chances for participants to become their own superhero.
Participants are strongly encouraged to come dressed as their favorite superhero for a chance to win prizes like giftcards to Roque Equipment and Lucy’s in Disguise, or even their own Superhero Run cape!
Registration can be done on the day of the race or in advance at casatravis.org.
KLRU is proudly sponsoring this year’s CASA Superhero Run. SuperWhy and Princess Presto characters from the PBS Kids series SuperWhy will be at the race, which takes place on Sunday, September 25, at The Domain, 11410 Century Oaks Terrace. Register today at casatravis.org
Because “every child needs a hero, but abused children need superheroes,” CASA hosted their annual 5K, the CASA Superhero Run, complete with a chip-timed 5K race, Kids 1K and many chances for our participants to become their own superhero. The CASA Superhero Run raises money to help ensure that someday every child in Travis County who needs their own superhero will have one! Register today at casatravis.org
KLRU has partnered with CASA of Travis County for their Superhero Run on Sunday, Sept. 19, at The Domain. KLRU will have children’s activities plus SuperWhy will be there to congratulate participants in the Kids 1K.
There will be a superhero costume contest including super kid and super pet categories, a moonwalk obstacle course, create your own superhero mask, a photo booth and much more.