It is my profound honor and privilege to announce that I just wrote out a check in the amount of $8000.00 to the LifeNet Health Foundation as the donation from this year’s race! This is the largest single donation in the history of the Point of Honor 5K! In seven years, that brings the total donations up to $40,000 that this race has generated to be used to further the efforts of organ and tissue donation in Virginia! My thanks goes out to everyone that has played a part in making this happen! Not just this year, but EVERY year! Sponsors, volunteers, athletes….you all are the best and without you there would be no Point of Honor 5K! God willing, I will see you all again on Saturday, April 4, 2015 for the 8th Annual Point of Honor 5K!
Enjoy running in downtown Lynchburg and experience the beautiful Blackwater Creek bikeway. Every year since its inception, the Point of Honor 5K has been given the distinction of being in the Lynchburg Road Runners Club Race Series. Proceeds support LifeNet.
Len Geiger, holding a framed photograph of my daughter, Korinne Ashley Shroyer. Both of Korinne’s lungs were donated to Len in May 2002. Len will be at the Point of Honor 5K & Youth Mini-Mile this Saturday, a race benefitting organ donation!
The Donate Life Virginia dragster will be in Lynchburg this Saturday at the Point of Honor 5K & Youth Mini-Mile! Come see it and run (or walk) the Point of Honor 5K in support of organ donation! Thank you Snyder Motorsports!