2019 Randi’s Race Online Pre-Registration

Randi’s Race: A 5K Run/Walk for Hope and Courage in memory of Nancy Chavez’s beloved daughter, Randi Lee Trimble, who was murdered in East Pennsboro Township on January 10, 2003, by a hit man hired by her husband. Both men are now serving life terms with no chance of parole. This year marks the 15th anniversary of Randi’s death.

Over the past fourteen years, Randi’s Race has raised more than $423,000 to benefit Randi’s House of Angels (RHOA). Over $275,000 has been donated to domestic violence and crime victim agencies that support programs for children. More importantly, RHOA maintains therapeutic programs, including Randi’s Kidz Club, a ten-week therapeutic group for children ages 8-13; Randi’s Camp, a three-day interactive summer camp; and Randi’s Klubhouse, an interactive therapeutic group for children 5-7. To date more than 100 children have received services through RHOA.

Since her daughter’s death Nancy Chavez has been an advocate for victims of domestic violence. She established Randi’s House of Angels (RHOA), a project of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities, that supports children who experience and/are victims of domestic violence.

Randi’s Race is a community event that creates awareness and advocates against domestic violence. You can make a difference. Bring your family, friends and colleagues and enjoy the fun activities for all.

Click here for the Randi’s Race Brochure.

For more information on Randi’s House of Angels, visit https://randishouseofangels.org/.

Event Information


Date: Saturday, May 11, 2019
Time: 8:00 am – Registration

9:00 am – Run/Walk
Rain or Shine

Location: Adams Ricci Community Park
100 E. Penn Drive
Enola, PA 17025
Race starts at the Caboose end of park.
Registration Donation: $25.00

Remember to stop by the pre-registration table the day of the race!

Pre-registration is now closed.  You can still registration on site the day of the Race!

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