Frisco fun run is fundraiser for Summit County’s SANE program
Ryan Summerlin May 6, 2014
About 100 people participated in the sixth annual run/walk fundraiser for the Summit County Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) program Saturday.
Runners and walkers, several pushing strollers or accompanied by dogs, started and ended the 5K course through Frisco at St. Anthony Summit Medical Center with the temperature around 60 degrees and sunny blue skies. Jennifer McConnell, the program’s coordinator, said the fundraiser’s goal was $12,500 and she wouldn’t know how much money was raised this year until the results from the silent auction were in.
About 80 people pre-registered for the run, donating $35 each, she said, and another 20 registered Saturday for $45 each.
Matt Bowe, 31, of Frisco, a nurse with the hospital’s Flight for Life medical transport helicopter, won the race with a time of 19:45 and his dog, Tucker, in tow.
SANE nurses are specially trained to collect evidence and provide care for survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence.
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