Hand Middle School 2600 Wheat St Columbia, SC 29205
Registration is now open!
Click HERE to register! $30 Entry Fee (includes commemorative T-shirt for checked-in participants) Proceeds or donations received goes directly to the Sharonda Coleman-Singleton Scholarship fund
If you don't want to run or walk in the race, please think about volunteering! We need volunteers on race day and to assist in seeking sponsorships! Please click HERE to view the different volunteer options and to sign up- it would be greatly appreciated and is going to be lots of fun!
Interested in Becoming a Sponsor for the Race? Don't pass up the chance to have your business advertised on the race t-shirt as well as on the website and facebook page! Please click HERE to view the different sponsorship options and please contact Michelle Dawson for questions by clicking HERE
The South Carolina Speech Language and Hearing Association Board has established the Sharonda Coleman- Singleton scholarship fund to honor the life and legacy of our colleague. Sharonda was one of the victims whose life was taken in the tragedy that occurred June 2015, at Mother Emanuel AME Church Charleston, South Carolina. Sharonda Coleman-Singleton was a native of Newark, New Jersey. She earned her Bachelors of Arts degree from South Carolina State University and a Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology with honors from Montclair State University in Montclair, New Jersey. She was a member of the South Carolina State University Lady Bulldog Track and Field team from 1987-1991. Sharonda cherished her career as a Speech-Language Pathologist and Track coach at Goose Creek High School in South Carolina. She was a devoted member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated. Reverend Sharonda Singleton was an ordained minister and member of Mother Emmanuel AME Church. With the success of the first race, we were able to award two scholarships at our convention this past February. We will award our new scholarship recipients in February 2018 to deserving undergraduate or graduate college students currently majoring in Speech-Language Pathology who exemplifies and embodies Sharondas’ characteristics of faith, leadership, sportsmanship, service, community and dedication.