LIMESTONE, Tenn. (March 12, 2020) – Amid concerns associated with the COVID-19 Virus, The Crumley House Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center today announced the postponement of its highly-popular Joggin’ for the Noggin! 5K Run/Walk.
Originally scheduled for Saturday, March 28, Crumley House officials will work with race planners to secure another date for the event.
“As one of our largest yearly fundraisers, it’s disheartening to have to make this decision, but at the same time it is exactly the correct thing to do,” said Guynn Edwards, Crumley House Executive Director. “Here at The Crumley House our priority is the health and well-being of our residents and our employees, and to have 400 or more coming through our doors, as we typically do for the 5K, greatly increases the potential for virus exposure.”
Participants and those interested in participating, are encouraged to visit crumleyhouse.com or follow The Crumley House on Facebook for news regarding the event date once rescheduled.
The Crumley House also announced it is closing its doors to all visitors and suspending its Adult Day Program through April 5.
[…] The Crumley House also postponed its annual Joggin’ for the Noggin! 5K Run/Walk, which was slated for March 28. The new date will be shared via the venue’s web site and Facebook page once it is determined by event officials. […]
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