Super Hero 5K to Benefit Warren County CASA

in United States at Warren County Juvenile Court

Early race packet pickup and in-person registration is available Friday from 5pm-7pm at Buckeye Running Company, 4200 Aero Drive, Mason, OH 45040 and the morning of the race on-site from 7:30-8:30 am. In-person registration requires payment by check or cash (no credit cards).

  • 5K
    Purchase a shirt for an additional $12 on Step 2

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  • T-Shirt Only
    Race entry not included
    T-shirts will not be delivered and are only available for pick up at the event.

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  • 1K Kids Super Hero Run (Ages 4-7)
    Medals and prices given out to participants

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  • Add Event to Your Existing Donation
    Pass Code Required

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  • Fundraising Participant or Donations
    Race entry and T-shirt fees will be waived for individuals that raise money in excess of the entry and t-shirt fees.

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Event Sponsors

Special Guest Appearance

FC Cincinnati is supporting the Warren County CASA HERO 5K with special guest appearance by former FCC Player Omar Cummings.

Event Details

Awards/prizes will be presented for each race category immediately following the race. Specific details for same day registration, check-in and post 5K activities will be posted in January, 2018

11/under, 12-14, 15-18, 19-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65/over.

This is not a competitive walking event and awards will only be provided based on lowest time for each age group without distinction between walking or running.

Top male and female participant overall. Age group awards to Top male and female participant in each division.

All finishers receive award.

Course Map

The 2018 event course map can be found here:

About CASA

Warren County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) is a volunteer organization dedicated to serving vulnerable children in Warren County by providing trained community volunteers to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children within the court system. CASA volunteers are appointed by the court and work as independent voices, in collaboration with key agencies, legal counsel and community resources, to serve as the child's advocate and represent the child in juvenile court proceedings. The programs primary goal is to ensure that each and every child in the county is have a strong, consistent voice in court and are given the opportunity to grow up in a safe and healthy environment in a permanent and nurturing home.

We see news stories every day about children taken from an abusive home or because of the tragic loss of a parent to illness, violence, incarceration or drug abuse. Most people assume there is program or system that will take care of these children and make sure they are treated with dignity and given a safe place to live so they can recover from their hardship and be a child again.

But there is a story behind the story that few people know about. It is story of an overburdened foster care and child welfare system that, though full of well intentioned and deeply committed people, cannot begin to meet the vast needs of the more than 700,000 children in foster care in the United States. It is the story of a six year old girl who has been moved to six group homes and three schools over the past two years. The story of a toddler separated from her brothers and sisters during the most vulnerable time in her life. The story of an 18 year old child who ages out of the system and is forced to navigate the adult world without any support.

But these stories can have better endings because there is a group of trained volunteers, appointed by our Judge to advocate for these children. People who fight for these abused and neglected children to make sure their basic rights and essential needs dont get overlooked or ignored by the system. These stories can have better endings because of people like you.

We are Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), a volunteer powered network of committed people who believe society has a fundamental obligation to these children. We are people just like you who believe that every child had the right to be treated with dignity, to be safe, and to thrive in the embrace of a loving family.

In 2017, Warren County CASAs served 183 children but there is much more work to be done and we need your help. In order to grow to meet the needs of our community, we must have more volunteers and additional funding to support our program.

Now is the time that you can make a difference in the life of a child.

Goals for Campaign

Raise money to support CASA Program through John McLean Non-profit fund
Raise awareness of the CASA Program and benefits in hopes of attracting more volunteers
Bring families and children together for a fun event including run/walk and trunk-or-treating

Opportunities for Individuals to Get Involved

Participate in the run/walk or just as an individual fund-raiser
Explore becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) to support abused and neglected children


For event-related questions, please click on the *Contact the Organizers* button on the left-hand side of this page.

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