5K Run to Remember

Black Clover Fitness is teaming up with the Keep Kids Alive Drive 25 organization and the Stacy Bartels Agency of Farm Bureau Financial Services to honor Kiley Remmereid and the many others that have been killed in traffic incidents. The event is called “The Keep Kids Alive Drive 25 5K Run / Walk to Remember” and will be held at Skutt High School on April 27th. The mission of Keep Kids Alive Drive 25 two-fold:

Kylie Remmereid

1) To change the way we drive on neighborhood streets, and beyond, through support of communities in creating comprehensive traffic safety solutions that engage residents as front-line solutions to the problems we create - speeding, stop-sign running, all manner of distracted driving, tailgating, buckling up, etc.

2) To support families who experience the death of a loved one due to a traffic incident. Many of these families make amazing, and significant, contributions to traffic safety in their communities in the wake of the death of their daughter, son, mother, father, brother, or sister.KEEP KIDS ALIVE DRIVE 25® stands ready to support and include their initiatives in the work of our mission. (Contact us at 402-334-1391 or kkad25@kkad25.org)

We here at Black Clover Fitness are determined to raise awareness for this great organization and work to keep our neighborhood street’s safe for everyone, as well as promote health and fitness. We would like to invite all of you to join us on April 27th to remember those who have passed due to a traffic incident and to get up, get out and get active. If you have any questions regarding the upcoming event or about Black Clover Fitness, give us a call at (402) 991-7700.



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