Over the years I’ve run in plenty of road races, especially in the past few years as my Dad and I have started running half and full marathons. This winter I’ve admittedly been pretty lazy, and my Dad and I needed a kick start in our training for some races this summer. Enter the 2nd annual East Cobb Red Run. A group of friends and CARE for AIDS donors who support our Kariobangi center organized the 10k, 5k and 1 mile fun run with over 300 runners. Unlike the monsoon conditions at the 2015 Red Run, it was an absolutely perfect morning for a race! It was fun to see the families and businesses of East Cobb wake up early to help support families affected by HIV/AIDS in Kenya, and even though my legs are still a little sore, it was an amazing event to be a part of!
Thanks to our Kariobangi center supporters, all the runners, sponsors and those who cheered us on!