On April 21st and 22nd, 10 ISBH team members will be running over 150 miles through Ross County to support The Buck Fifty, an overnight 150-mile relay with a mission to "inspire a community through running, with the aim of keeping kids off drugs."
In addition to participating in the relay, ISBH is also hosting and providing volunteers at the race's 13th checkpoint, where runners can stop for a rest and refresh themselves during their leg of the race.
The Buck Fifty was established to combat the drug problem in Ross County, with its founders and organizers believing that investing in the youth is the best way to help. Presently, there are eight local high school chapters of the Drug-Free Clubs of America Program, a voluntary program with an average enrollment of over 50%. All proceeds from the race go toward supporting these chapters, right here in Ross County.
For more information on the race or to make a donation, please visit thebuckfifty.com.