Volunteering at the 2011 Fisher 5k

On Sunday, May 1, 2011, I volunteered at the 2011 Fisher 5K.  For those of you who don’t know, The Fisher 5K is a charity race organized by the Fisher 5K Association at The Fisher College of Business.  It is an annual run/walk race (3.1 miles) which began in 2004 and is the largest service event hosted by the Fisher graduate programs and the largest 5K race on campus.  The proceeds of the race go to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Columbus.

When attending the FCOB, you will have plenty of opportunities to volunteer for worthwhile causes.  Even if you decided (like me) that 3.1 miles was a little too long to run, it doesn’t mean that you can’t do something to help out.  I signed up to work at the registration booth and had a great time.  I even got to hang out with Brutus the Buckeye!

If you missed out on the Fisher 5K, below are some pictures to take a look at!

Enjoy!



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