Thursday, August 27, 2015

Wayne HealthCare Sponsors SUNshine 5K

Wayne HealthCare will serve as a major sponsor of the SUNshine 5K on Sept. 19 in Greenville City Park. The event is hosted by the Darke County Foundation and will raise money for 6 Darke County non-profit organizations. Pictured from left: Jonathan Hein, DCF trustee and SUNshine 5K race director; Terri Flood, marketing director at Wayne HealthCare; Christy Prakel, DCF director; and Jordan Francis, wellness coordinator at Wayne HealthCare.

Wayne HealthCare is proud to serve as a major sponsor of the SUNshine 5K Run/Walk on September 19 in Greenville City Park. Hosted by the Darke County Foundation, the event will feature hundreds of participants and raise funds for 6 non-profit organizations in Darke County: Bunco 4 Breast Cancer, Darke County Special Olympics, DeColores Montessori, Greenville High School Vocal Music Boosters, Next Step Ministries and St. Mary’s School (Greenville). These organizations will receive $15 for each person registered under their group’s name.

“Wayne HealthCare’s mission to provide quality care and promote wellness close to home speaks for itself. As a key community partner, we are pleased to support health and wellness initiatives to make our community healthier,” said Terri Flood, marketing director at Wayne HealthCare.

Runners and walkers at the SUNshine 5K will enjoy a scenic 5K route with age-group awards, great door prizes, and a variety of post-race drinks, snacks and homemade cookies. Free childcare is available. To register, visit Entry fee is $15 if registered by Sept. 9 (includes long-sleeve shirt); $20 after Sept. 9 (limited shirts available); and $5 for kids age 14 and under (no shirt). The race begins at 8:30, with a free kids 800-meter fun run at 8:20. The SUNshine 5K is part of the Darke County Wellness Challenge.

The Darke County Foundation receives, administers and distributes charitable gifts for the benefit of Darke County residents. For more information, call 548-4673 or visit

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