Run for Grace 5K
Our 6th Annual Run for Grace 5K is done and in the books! We had a great day, a great run, and great fun. When all the bills and donations are in, we should have about $13,000 to give to the Workshop of Davidson! Follow this link to see the overall results from the run...
We'd like to thank all our runners, all our volunteers, and especially all our sponsors! You can view the 2022 run results here:
And a great big Thank You!!! to all our wonderful sponsors:
Presenting Sponsor: Pilgrim Reformed Church
Platinum Sponsor: PHA (Piedmont Hand Gunners Assoc.)
Gold Sponsor: Craig & Pattie Leonard, Eanes Heating and Air, Edward Jones, Erin & Chad Cordell, Gene & Lavon Edwards, Jan & Steve Everhart,
Johnette Davis, Mary Ann Sowers, Masterwrap, Rev. Richard Moore, Steve Everhart Real Estate, LLC
Silver Sponsors: Dennis & Donna Shoaf, Everhart Investments, LLC, Gallimore Exteriors, Inc., Grimes Financial Services, Inc., Jerry Hunt Supercenter, Mac Garage Doors, Shoaf Precast Septic Tank, Inc., Steve Shell
Bronze Sponsors: B & L Insulation, Beck’s Tool & Die Shop, Craver’s Mobile RV Repair, Conrad Hinkle Food Market Inc., Dale & Tammy Allen, Frankie Byrd, Gene Black, Geri & Gerald Hege, Hanes Construction Co., John Ray & Dorcas Ward, Lanier’s Ace Hardware, LaRue Cline, Lexington Barbecue Inc., LMI Builders Inc., Mary Alice Swing/Daniel, Jody & Danny Vidal, Mountcastle Insurance, N. Lexington Triangle Fire Dept. Ladies Auxilary, Old Honda Auto Parts,
Ray Craver, Sink Farm Equipment
And the many people, businesses, and groups that gave items, coupons, and prizes!
Thanks to all, and God bless!
And remember: "Let us run with endurance the race God has set before us." (Hebrews 12:1)
The Run for Grace 5K begins and ends at Pilgrim Reformed Church, 797 Pilgrim Church Road, Lexington, NC 27295.
To register for the Run for Grace 5K, please click the image above or go to:
The Workshop of Davidson, Inc. is a private nonprofit organization dedicated to the training of vocational, residential and life skills for intellectually and developmentally disabled citizens of Davidson County. The goal of the Workshop is to assist persons served to obtain objectives that enable them to reach their highest degree of self-sufficiency and quality of life.