Show Your Support of Rohan and His Family through the Run of Hope on Sunday, Sept. 25

Four years ago, Rohan, a Hazel Wolf K-8 1st grade student, tragically passed away from a brain tumor just after his 7th birthday.

In support of Rohan, his younger sister, Norah (2nd grade), is captaining a 5K running team as part of the Run of Hope Seattle 2016. The Run of Hope is is a special day of events at Seward Park that brings together families and community to raise funds and awareness in support of pediatric brain tumor research at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Kids’ activities kick off at 9am, while the 5K run starts at 10am (there is also a 3K walk, which starts at 10:10am). To learn more, visit the Run of Hope website.

Hazel Wolf families who wish to run in support of this cause can join Norah’s team, “Team Rohan,” for the the Run of Hope 5K. You can also choose to walk the 3K route, or donate to support Norah’s efforts through her fundraising page.

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