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Kicks for Kidz

Take part in the First Annual Kicks 4 Kidz 0.5K “Race” as Hirst Applegate, LLP raises money to buy tennis shoes for Cheyenne public school 5th and 6th grade students!

BE THERE September 5, 2018. The “race” starts at 6pm. BBQ and Music are from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.

THE ROUTE starts at Danielmark’s Brewery (209 E. 18th St.) and ends at the Depot Plaza (121 W. 15th St.). Stop and enjoy drinks, food, and entertainment along the way!

REGISTER online at and search Kicks 4 Kidz, call Hirst Applegate at (307)632-0541 or on race day from 5-6pm at Danielmark’s Brewery.

COST to “race” is $25 for individuals; $22.50 a person for groups of 11-20 people; $20 a person for groups of 21 or more people. Kidz under 12 years of age are FREE with paid adult participant.

AWARDS AND PRIZES will be given for: Best “Running” Attire (Individual); Best Team Theme; Largest Registered Team; 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place Finishers (Male/Female).

Concept: A fundraiser to benefit local 5th and 6th graders who need athletic shoes for participation in school P.E.

P.E. shoes are a requirement that many, if not all, schools require of students, and are generally required to be left at the school. Unfortunately, there are many students who are not able to purchase an adequate shoe. A quality P.E. shoe should be able to be securely laced or fastened to the feet and provide sufficient grip and flexibility for the activity. Our hope is to help out as many students as we can to be prepared to give their best and be safe while doing it. A quality shoe can also provide a student with a new level of confidence.

We plan to provide P.E. shoes to various LCSD #1 and #2 schools based on need as identified by the schools. 100% of the proceeds from the event will go to purchase shoes for as many students as possible. In addition to planning and sponsoring the event, Hirst Applegate will also make an additional contribution to the cause.


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