HAMILTON, NJ -- Lace up those running shoes for a good cause!  Our Lady of Sorrows School will host a Color Splash “Fund Run” for all children and adults of all ages to support the school community.   The Color Splash is an un-timed run/walk for all ages and fitness abilities who want to walk, jog, or run to the finish line.  

Along the route, participants pass through vibrant color zones, making it a colorful experience. This event is fun for all ages and a great way to make running fun and exciting.   Additionally, during the race, participants are doused with color at various color stations ending with one final color celebration at the finish line. 

“Rather than sell goods, we want to engage the entire student body in a fitness initiative that aims to encourage a life-long healthy way of living,” says event chair Jess Bomm. 

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The Color Splash, to be held Our Lady of Sorrows located at 3861 East State Street in Hamilton, on Saturday, May 30.   Registration begins at 8:00 am with a race start time of 10:00 am.   Participants who raise $30 or more by May 10 will receive a race kit which includes a color packet, two tattoos, a bracelet, a sticker and sunglasses. Participants who raise $50 or more receive all of these items plus a t-shirt.  Online registration is available at https://runsignup.com/Race/NJ/Trenton/OurLadyofSorrowsColorSplash.

Supporters also can sponsor a student by searching for them on the fundraising page: https://colorblaze.pledgebrite.org/fund/olscolorsplash.   

Business sponsorship opportunities are also available by contacting Jess Bomm at olscolorsplash@gmail.com for more information.

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