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Tara’s 5K Run & Walk
September 23, 2023 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Tara’s 5K Run & Walk
Saturday, September 23, 2023
You’re invited to participate in Turning Point’s signature event kicking off domestic violence
awareness month which is observed in October. This event is Saturday, September 23, 2023 at Freedom Hill County Park located at 14900 Metropolitan Parkway, Sterling Heights, MI, 48312.
$30.00 Early Registration Now – August 31, 2023
$35 Registration September 1, 2023 – September 20, 2023
$40.00 Registration at the Event.
About Tara: Turning Point and Tara’s sister formed a partnership to honor her memory after Tara was tragically murdered in Macomb County by her husband in 2007. Sharing Tara’s life story through this partnership increases awareness about the prevalence and dangers of domestic violence and helps prevent other families from experiencing a similar tragedy.
Event Day Information
9:00 am: Registration & Packet Pick-up
10:00 am: Opening Comments
10:30 am: 5K Begins
11:00 am: Awards for Age Groups
Following the 5K, complimentary hot dogs, chips and beverages are provided by Lakepointe Church.
Event activities are located under the large covered pavilion. Free parking is available in lots adjacent to the pavilion.
If you have any questions about this race, please contact the race director at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Turning Point: Turning Point provides comprehensive, free, and confidential programs for domestic violence, sexual violence, and human trafficking survivors, their loved ones, and the community. Services include a 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, housing, trauma advocacy/counseling, personal protection order assistance, legal advocacy, forensic nurse exams, first response advocacy, prevention, and community education. Second Hand Rose, another Turning Point service, provides survivors with gently used items while providing an opportunity for the community to donate and shop. Serving Metro Detroit for more than 42 years, Turning Point has helped over 125,000 survivors.