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Proceeds from the 2015 Woodstock 5K, totaling more than $10,000, were donated to benefit programs such as our local United Cerebral Palsy Center and Special Olympics.  Other donations went to Anniston High School and others.  

United Cerebral Palsy
The East Central Alabama United Cerebral Palsy Center was founded in 1957 and is committed to providing individualized education and therapeutic services to those with a variety of developmental delays and disabilities. One of the key programs of the UCP Center is the Early Intervention Program for children identified with any type of developmental delay.

Special Olympics
Special Olympics is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering individuals with intellectual disabilities to become physically fit, productive, and respected members of society through sports training and competition. Special Olympics offers children and adults with intellectual disabilities year-round training and competition in 30 Olympic-type summer and winter sports.

2011 Anniston Runners Present Check to UCP
L-R Dennis Dunn Race Director, Ed Turner ARC President  and Jay Lloyd, ARC Treasurer present a check for $5,000 to UCP Program Director, Linda Johns. 

 Anniston Runners Present Check to Special Olympics after the 2011 race. 

 A2011 Anniston Runners Club President, Ed Turner (2nd from R) and Treasurer, Jay Lloyd (R) present a check for $5,000 to ARC Special Olympics Board President Sharon Davis (L) and and program coordinator, Pati Tiller (2nd from L).  


Other Donations include: Anniston High School, Wounded Warrior Project, Steel Magnolias & DD Club.

 Anniston Runners Club member and local policeman, Steve Dotson, runs the 2010 Woodstock 5K holding the Special Olympics Torch.


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