Race for Humanity 5K Raises Funds for Camp Can Do

Published on April 16, 2019

2019 Race for Humanity

Forty-one runners participated in a 5K through the scenic Woodlands grounds for the Race for Humanity on April 8, 2019. They were able to help raise $575 for Camp Can Do, a summer camp specially tailored for children diagnosed with cancer. This event is sponsored by Omega Chi Psi, a coed academic service fraternity at USciences.

The winners were:

Logan MacLean (males, first overall)

Meta Dunn (females)

Other winners were awarded by age group:

Judah Scaletta (males 14 and under)

Umair Ahmed (males 15-19)

Kensy Philippe (males 20-29, third overall)

Matthew Farber (males 30-39)

Edwin Darrin (males 40-49)

Sean Harbison (males 50-59, second overall)

Emma Small (females 14 and under)

Sylvia Duke (females 15-19)

Amy Hickman (females 20-29)

Julie Call (females 30-39)

Kathryn McGonigle (females 40-49)

Elena Dill (females 50-59).

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