The fourth annual “Miles for Moms” race was a hit, as nearly 200 runners participated in the 5K that looped around the streets of Phoenixville High School.
Proceeds from the event went to Mom’s House, a terrific local charity that provides free child-care services for low-income single moms (and dads) who are attending school full time.
(See Phoenixville Patch’s profile of Mom’s House here.)
The winner of the fourth annual race was Chuck Crabb, who finished with a time of 18:20. The fastest female runner was Samicha Konkar, who clocked a time of 23:07.
Below, courtesy of Mom’s House program director Dotty Frey is a lovely writeup of the event.
On Sunday April 7th, the streets around Phoenixville High School became a sea of yellow as nearly 200 runners participated in the “Miles for Moms”5K. This fourth annual event supports Mom’s House, a free childcare center for single, low-income parents who are full time students.
Overall male winner was Chuck Crabb with a time of 18:20. Overall female winner Samicha Konkar ran a time of 23:07. The youngest runner to cross the 5K finish line was Mya Krueger, age 10. Her time was 30:53.
Mom’s House is grateful to the Phoenixville High School Youth and Philanthropy and Key Clubs who provided the extra hands that were needed to make this a successful event.
Primary Sponsors of the event were: Allied Wire and Cable, Only Results Fitness, Phoenix Karate, Phoenixville Police Association, Phoenix Tax Consultants, and St. Basil’s Church and School.