Terence Nabors Memorial 5K Run and Walk
Nitro, WV - Nitro City Hall
March 30, 2013 - 2:00 PM
Course Map Race starts and finishes beside of Nitro City Hall. The first loops goes down to 31st Street. The second loop runs down to Ridenour Lake. The third loop goes down to 9th Street. Distance is exactly 3.11 Miles. Nine Week Beginners Training Plan
Pre-Registration - $15.00 Race Day Sign Up - $20.00 If you are unable to participate but would still like a T-Shirt, then try our Sleep In Option - $15.00 Race Day Sign Ups begin at 12:30PM If you have a group of five or more participants (Note: This must be mailed in) Pre-Registration - $10.00 EACH Race Day Sign Up - $15.00 EACH Everyone that signs up before March 26 is guaranteed a T-Shirt. Remaining T-shirts will be given out on a first come, first serve basis.
14 & Under 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65+
TOP 3 MALE AND FEMALE OVERALL FIRST AND SECOND PLACE IN EACH AGE DIVISION FIRST PLACE MALE AND FEMALE WALKER
Race Website! ALL PROCEEDS FROM THIS RACE WILL GO TO A SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR NITRO HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS WHO ARE PURSUING A CAREER IN THE FIELD OF PHARMACY If you are interested in sponsoring the run, we have many levels! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!! Facebook Page More information will be coming out in the upcoming weeks. Terence J. Nabors departed this life on January 11, 2013. He was born February 19, 1990 to Wayne Nabors and Barbara Pannell in Charleston, WV. He is survived by his parents and his brother Dominic Nabors, grandparents Retired Col. Alphonso and Alice Nabors, aunts Patricia Freeman, Bridgette and husband Rick Hartnett, Cheryl and husband Wes Phillips, Tina Chisolm, Janet Mitchell, Arlene and husband Morris Macklin, Diane Dixon, uncle Anthony Pannell and a host of special friends and associates. He was preceded in death his grandparents William Paul and Hannah Pannell. He participated in the Ropes and Harmony Hoppers and the Odyssey of the Minds programs. He also received the Principals Academic Award at Andrew Jackson Middle School. He graduated from Nitro High School where he was an honors student receiving a Promise Scholarship furthering his education as a talented and accomplished student. He attended Ohio State University, West Virginia University and was currently a student at West Virginia State University majoring in Chemistry, Pre Pharmacy studies. Frequently making the Dean’s list he was admitted into the honors program. In May 2010 he was inducted into the Phi Sigma National Honor Society. While at WVSU he served as a lab assistant and was active in the WVSU Chapter of the American Chemical Society. He was a mentor and tutor and was praised by his professors as One of the most hard working students they ever had the fortune to work with and teach. He was employed by the Cracker Barrel and lastly at Fat Pattys restaurant where all who came in contact with him adored his beautiful smile and charming personality. It is with great sadness that all who knew Terence must now cherish only memories of his wonderful accomplishments and life. He was a shining light and his brightness will never dim but live on forever as those who knew him will remember him fondly and forever speak kindly of him.