Registration Form Name:
Directions to Half Day Forest Preserve
The entrance and parking area are located on
Route 21 (Milwaukee Avenue) at the light for
Woodlands Parkway - south of Route 60
(Townline Road) and just north of Route 22 (Half
5k Walk Run Roll
Participating in: 5k Run 5k Walk 5k Roll T-Shirt Size:
October 23, 2011
Mail in [postmarked by 10/16/11] $30 In-kind donation ________ Thank you.
*Pledges collected over $100—5k fee waived
Make checks payable to DREAMS FOR KIDS Mail Registration form to: Kathy Kanter
Brian Kenevan Race To Remember
Packet Pick-up *in addition to day of race
9-10:45 am Race Registration 11 am Start of 5k Run 11:05 am Start of Walk Roll 12:30 pm Award Ceremony
Saturday, Oct. 22 11 am—4 pm Runners High’n Tri 121 W. Campbell, Arlington Heights, IL 60005
1628 RFD Long Grove, IL 60047 ——————————————————————
Online registration www.dreamsforkids.org
Dreams for Kids 155 N. Michigan Ave.
Contact Kathy Kanter @ 847-541-0359
or e-mail email@example.com
Half Day Forest Preserve Rt. 21 (Milwaukee Ave.) Vernon Hills, IL 60061
Dreams For Kids Dreams For Kids empowers at-risk youth and those with disabilities through dynamic leadership programs and life-changing activities that inspires them to fearlessly pursue their dreams and compassionately change the world. Dreams For Kids has offices in Chicago and Washington D.C. We invite you to partner with us to unite children of disability, race, religion, and socio-economic background and inspire them to realize their full potential and serve as active members of their communities and citizens of the world.
Brian Kenevan 1987-2011
Dream Leaders Conference In our after school leadership service learning curriculum, workshop facilitators lead the first of its kind social enterprise based workshops which teach the basics of entrepreneurship skills in banking, finance, internet technology, marketing, social media, in addition to enhancing leadership, job, and life skills.
Extreme Recess Gives children with physical and developmental challenges the opportunity to participate in sports, often for the very first time. Adaptive sporting events from snow and water-skiing, to martial arts and baseball, allow youth to realize a physical potential previously unimagined while having the time of their life!
Holiday For Hope The first ever Dreams For Kids event was held on Christmas Eve, 1989, in a small homeless shelter on
“Brian was a kind, caring and compassionate person, who put other’s needs before his own. He went out of his way to help those in need. Brian considered himself a runner and ran numerous marathons and half-marathons. He was most happy when he was running.” -Cheryl, Ken & Dan Kenevan
the Southside of Chicago. Today, Holiday for Hope is the largest holiday event of its kind in the world! Dreams for Kids 155 N. Michigan Ave. Suite 700 Chicago, IL 60601 Phone: 312-729-5404