Join Bay Community Support Services for their 8th Annual Walk, Run, & Roll event on Saturday, April 25th, 2020 at the beautiful Greenwell State Park! This family fun event supports Bay Community Support Services, Inc. (Bay-CSS) and our mission to enrich the lives of individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
Whether you are looking to break your last 10K record, test yourself on your first 5K, or enjoy a scenic walk with your kids and dog on our Fun Run/Walk/Roll Course, this is the event for you! Unlike most other 5k events, we offer a "Roll" course suited for anyone in a wheelchair or using roller-blades, roller skates, or a stroller. Everyone is welcome!
Need a Mascot for your team? Introducing this year's highlight—Pups in the Park!
This year, we're excited to make our event even more dog-friendly! Dog water stations will be offered throughout the course in addition to snacks available for purchase for the good-est boys and girls! Don't forget to represent your team with pet costumes, bandana, or whatever tickles your fancy!
Praise, snacks, and belly-rubs will be given to the pet with the best costume!
Online registration is now open.
Day-of registration begins at 8:00 AM
Race begins at 9:00 AM.
This event is rain or shine.
Every dollar we raise supports our programs to enrich the lives of individuals with disabilities.
To become a sponsor or register, please visit: www.baycss.org/walk_eventinfo.html
What is Bay-CSS?
For 30 years, Bay-CSS has provided personalized services to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities living in Southern and Central Maryland. Independence, meaningful community participation, and employment productivity are the cornerstones of our agency. We are committed to the belief that every individual, regardless of their disability, is afforded the opportunities and skills necessary to work, live, and participate in their local community. Our services are specially tailored to support varying levels of intellectual abilities and physical mobility. Visit our website for more information: www.baycss.org