We are extremely excited to announce that we will be hosting the 6th Annual HealthTree Moves/Muscles for Myeloma 5K and 1 Mile Walk in Columbus, Ohio on June 4, 2022. We will have options for both Virtual and in person.
This race was established by the Move MMORE Legacy over 10 years ago and was turned over to the Myeloma Crowd in 2017. We are grateful for the opportunity to continue a race and tradition that has greatly impacted the myeloma community in Columbus. The past two years we have felt the support and love of many as we held a virtual event, but we are thrilled to be in person this year.
Fitness matters to everyone, but it is especially important for myeloma patients. The more fit patients are, the more they are able to tolerate therapies which leads to better, longer lasting outcomes. Every year we invite patients, family, friends, and anyone that would like to participate in the race. What better way to exercise than surrounded by those that support and love you?
All race proceeds are donated to support myeloma research at both the Myeloma Crowd Research Initiative and the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC – James).
Where: Wolfe Park, 105 Park Dr. Columbus, OH, or Virtual
When: Saturday, June 4, 2022
Time: 5K Race – 8:30am | 1 Mile Walk – 9:00am
Pricing: $35 Adult | $10 Child (Prices will go up to $40/$15 after April 30, 2022) Virtual entries also available
Parking: Parking is available at Wolfe Park and the St. Charles school (next to Wolfe Park).
Shirts: Shirts are guaranteed for registrations made before April 30, 2022. After this date, we will have some extra shirts available but cannot guarantee correct sizes or quantities.
Packet Pickup: Race packets can be picked up at Graeter’s Ice Cream parlor, 1534 West Lane Ave, Columbus, OH 43221 on Friday, June 3, from 11:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. each day.
Pets: We love dogs, but in the interest of safety for all, we request that you leave your pooch at home. It is a danger for myeloma patients who can easily trip and fall with grave consequences. Thank you for understanding.
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Linnley joined HealthTree in January 2020 as the Fitness Events Manager. Her husband is a childhood cancer survivor as well as a cancer biologist. Finding a cure, better treatments, and balance through treatments is what drives their family. Linnley is an Advanced Cancer Exercise Specialist and focuses on finding what you can do rather than can't.
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