LPHS NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Harbor’s Hero Run celebrates the life of a dear child that graced the community of Big Sky, Harbor deWaard. Harbor’s laugh could be heard echoing throughout the ski area during winter and along hiking and biking trails and the community park in the summer. Harbor loved Big Sky and we love and celebrate the memory of Harbor.
Harbor’s Hero Run is a fundraiser organized by the Lone Peak High School chapter of the National Honor Society for a community nonprofit that helps children in Big Sky. Proceeds from the Hero Run will be donated to Big Sky Eagle Mount.
We look forward to seeing the community out in force at 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 21 at the starting line in Town Center. There will be a 1.6k fun run, plus 5k and 10k color runs for those participants looking to get a little more serious.
Interested parties can sign up at bssd72.org/harbors-hero-run or register at the event.
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