FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – More than 2,000 runners participated in the Color Vibe 5K Saturday morning at the Memorial Coliseum. Money raised from the run is going towards the Muscular Dystrophy Association of Northern Indiana.
Runners wore white and were hit with colored corn starch at four different color stations throughout the race. The run is based out of Utah and it’s Fort Wayne second year hosting it.
Nate Sorensen, event director for the 5K, said runners enjoyed a color party with a DJ after the run.
Sorensen said if you missed out on this run, you can still sign up for the Neon Vibe 5K, which will be on May 10. That race will begin at 9:30 p.m. at the Coliseum. The event will benefit the Riley Children’s Foundation. Click here to register for the Neon Vibe.
About the MDA of Northern Indiana:
The Muscular Dystrophy Association of Northern Indiana is a voluntary health agency dedicated to enhancing the lives of those living with neuromuscular disease. There are more than 650 children and adults in Northern Indiana that are affected by a neuromuscular disease. MDA’s mission is to serve each of these individuals through an expansive support network that includes financial assistance, patient support groups, state-of-the-art clinic facilities at Lutheran Hospital, ground-breaking research grants, and an annual summer camp program for children ages 6-17 at Camp Potawotami.