5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
In memory of Jason Hannigan
2-4-1 Puts Play Back into Sports for Hartford Kids
On May 6, local nonprofit 2-4-1 Care teamed up with Fleet Feet to host its first-ever Blue Jean Mile to raise awareness for mental health in memory of beloved friend Jason Hannigan. Over 250 runners, attendees and even a joggler participated raising over $10K in support of 2-4-1’s TOP Self™program for kids in Hartford’s schools, Kids get to sample sports, develop leadership abilities, and build social and emotional skills. The event was sponsored by Asics, National Association of Mental Illness (NAMI) Farmington Valley, Blue Sky Fitness and Love Your Mental Health.
2-4-1 and Fleet Feet Team Up to Raise Awareness for Movement and Mental Health
Run, Jog or Walk the Blue Jean Mile in Memory of Jason Hannigan
WHAT: Blue Jean Mile Walk or Run in Memory of beloved resident and friend Jason Hannigan to raise awareness about local resources that focus on movement and mental health. Proceeds from the event will fund free 2-4-1 programs in the Hartford area that focus on skill-based social emotional learning development through sports.
WHO: West Hartford based nonprofit, 2-4-1 CARE – Steve and Kerry Boyle, directors,Stephanie Blozy, owner of Fleet Feet Hartford,Jason Hannigan’s spouse Mary Painter and family, National Alliance on Mental Illness of NYC (NAMI-NYC) and Farmington Valley, Asics, Big Sky Fitness and Love Your Mental Health
WHEN: Saturday, May 6, from 5:30 – 8:00 pm
WHERE: Conard High School’s track, West Hartford, Connecticut
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Please see below for a framework (subject to change) of what you can expect on the evening of the event:
Please note schedule may change depending on the number of registrants