M. Ross Hardin, teacher of the Auto Collision Technology program of Louisville's Southern High School Magnet Academy, has sadly lost his battle with terminal cancer, but next Saturday, June 19, runners and walkers alike can pay tribute by running or walking the 5k road race in his honor, all while benefitting his family.
Meet up with other runners and walkers at Southern High School, 6820 Preston Hwy., for this 8:00 a.m. race (registration begins at 7:00 a.m. at the high school track). The cost is only $15 at the time of the race, and includes a race t-shirt. All proceeds will help Hardin's family pay for medical expenses.
For more information about the Ross Hardin Tribute 5k, contact Nate Jebsen at 502-295-6160, or email email@example.com.
Photo: Southern High School, Courtesy JCPS
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