Get Involved didn't make it into the paper this week, but here are the three ways you can help out the community:
Attend this fun run or walk to help raise money for pediatric brain tumor research. Runners will be timed, but this is also a family event, with vendors, music and food. You can also donate and run remotely, go online for more information.
Annual Running for Rachael Brain Booster 5K
Saturday, March 30, 10 a.m. (9 a.m. for same-day registration)
United States Air Force Academy Cadet Field House, 2169 Field House Drive, $25-$30
Contact: 646-2234, rroh.org
Learn the particulars of the NeuStream-S scrubber proposed for the Martin Drake Power Plant by Neumann Systems Group, Inc., which says that its product will help remove toxic metals and chemicals from the air that can later be used for fertilizer or building materials. RSVP by April 8 to attend.
“Heritage Lecture: Converting Pollutants to Products from Coal-Fired Power Plants”
Thursday, April 11, 6 p.m.
Western Museum of Mining & Industry, 225 Northgate Blvd., free
Contact: 488-0880, wmmi.org
Sign up to host Olympic-hopeful distance runners relocating to Colorado to train with ADP, a local nonproft. Call or go online for more information.
American Distance Project volunteer call
Contact: 704/408-6258, americandistanceproject.com
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