2023 - Row for Dough - Region H
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The Row 4 Dough presented by Jones Chiropractic is an exciting and challenging exercise fundraising event benefiting the athletes of Special Olympics Illinois. This event challenges participants to compete as a 10-person team (rowing a 42,195 meter full marathon), 5-person team (rowing a 21,097.5 meter half-marathon), or as an individual (rowing a 5,000 meter 5K).
This Years Row 4 Dough we will be returning to the Chatham Jaycees Sweet Corn Festival! DJ Blake from WDBR will be on hand providing music and adding to the fun as you row. Registration will Start at 7am on July 22nd at Chatham Community Park, and we will begin Rowing at 8am.
All rowers must collect a minimum of $50 in donations from family, friends, and coworkers to participate.
Each rower to reach the fundraising minimum of $50 will receive an official Row 4 Dough workout shirt. Register by July 1st to be sure to receive your t-shirt the day of the event. We will have awards for the Top Fundraising Team, Top Fundraising Individual, Fastest Team, Slowest Team and Team Spirit.
Make sure to follow us on Facebook at Special Olympics Illinois - Region H. Use the hashtag #Row4Dough to tell us your reason for rowing this year!
Special Olympics Illinois offers a variety of Row 4 Dough partnership opportunities locally and statewide. No matter what level, this is a great way to show support for the mission and athletes of Special Olympics Illinois and ensure that we can continue to provide year round programming for individuals with intellectual disabilities. For more information please contact Tara Nickerson at 217-791-7291.
Why Special Olympics Illinois?
Special Olympics Illinois is a not-for-profit sports organization offering year-round training and competition in 18 sports to a community of more than 55,000 traditional athletes, Young Athletes, Unified partners, coaches, volunteers, and more. It strives to be a global leader in shaping a culture where people with and without intellectual disabilities are fully integrated into the community by providing year-round opportunities in competitive sports, health education, leadership and personal development.
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