King’s Academy sponsors Amman Race for Life

January 7, 2007

King's Academy, كينغز أكاديمي, school, student, Amman Race for Life, sponsorKing's Academy, January 7, 2007 – Last month, King’s Academy volunteered to serve as one of the primary sponsors of the annual Amman Race for Life, a 10K run that took place on December 15 in Amman.

The Amman Race for Life is a fundraising event organized to raise money for children in need of cardiac surgery.

In addition to sponsorship, King’s Academy staff also participated—quite actively—in the race. Fellows Jessica Gorman and Tiffany E. Norman finished 2nd and 3rd respectively, in the women’s standing. Other Fellows and staff watched from the side, taking pictures, cheering, and manning the water stations for other runners.

This year, dozens of runners participated, raising thousands of dollars for child heart care.

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