Kentucky Family Hosting 5K Walk/Run To Honor The Life of Their Daughter In Heaven
Losing a child is something no parent should ever have to go through. One Kentucky family is choosing to create a legacy for their precious little girl and you're invited to help.
MEET THE MURPHY FAMILY
The Murphy family works in the Daviess County Public School System and they are well-known in our community as big runners. They are involved in many different community events and always willing to help others. They are strong in their faith and set an amazing example of what family means for everyone. A few years ago they endured the pain no parent should have to handle. They lost their precious Liv Carlieze Murphy, she went to heaven in 2020. As a family they decided this would not be how she would be remember and they did something about it.
LIFE AFTER LIV 5K
The Life AFter Liv 5K Walk/Run was formed to honor the memory of Liv not only for her family but for others who have gone through the very same thing.
The event takes place this Friday, September 30, at 5:30 at Yellowcreek Park.
Here is more info on the event;
About the race:
The course is 3.1 miles.
There will be a clock displayed with a running timer but no bibs or chip timing. Feel free to run, jog or walk. Babies and children welcome!We are raising money for Carenet through the race and a Safe Haven Baby Box through Right to Life Owensboro and ask for a $10 donation as an entry fee. T-shirts will be available closer to the event time for just $15.We can accept check (to Carenet Owensboro), cash or PayPal and Venmo. If using electronic payment please add “Life After Liv” to the memo notes. Thank you for your support.Venmo:
J.email@example.comGroups are welcome to participate together. Please share this event with your friends and family.
WHAT IS A SAFE HAVEN BOX?
Baby Box is a safety device provided for under state's Safe Haven Law and legally permits a mother in crisis to safely, securely, and anonymously surrender if they are unable to care for their newborn. A Baby Box is installed in an exterior wall of a designated fire station or hospital.