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Indian Creek Foundation holds 33rd Roll Stroll & Run


Indian Creek Foundation gets summer underway with its 33rd annual Roll Stroll & Run fundraiser on Saturday, June 15.

The walk, run, and cycling event hosts about 300 participants and volunteers for a busy day of community activities.

Participants will arrive at different times to get started on their events. Cyclists take off the earliest, starting at 7 a.m. from the 420 Cowpath Road campus in Souderton. Runners for the timed 5k have a 9 a.m. race time, and walkers will depart starting at 10 a.m..

All participants will end their events back at Indian Creek Foundation, where they can enjoy post-race snacks, lunch, activities, and entertainment. Many of the individuals who live in the Indian Creek Residential program and their families arrive by lunchtime to mingle with participants and enjoy the picnic. The day’s festivities will include remarks and announcements, and everything is expected to wrap up by about 2 p.m.

Registration is still open for all events, including bike rides ranging from 10 to 62 miles, a timed 5k run, and 1k or 5k walks. Participants are encouraged to form teams and to maximize their contributions by creating and sharing a fundraising page. The Roll Stroll & Run is also still in need of volunteers. Individuals, families, and small groups are encouraged to volunteer as Rest Stop managers on the bike courses, as well as in other capacities on the main site. All volunteers will receive a T-shirt and are invited to enjoy the post event lunch and entertainment.

The post-event picnic will feature a Beer Garden, moon bounce, family lawn games, and lively music. Tours of the campus will be offered. The proceeds of the Roll Stroll & Run are used to improve and maintain Indian Creek’s 25 residential homes in the community. Recent updates include structural improvements, new landscaping, accessibility features, and fresh paint for the interior of several properties.

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