2.5K Walk for Lucy Corr Foundation

News Editor, Donna Gregory & Creative Director, Samuel Little of the Chesterfield Observer newspaper
News Editor, Donna Gregory & Creative Director, Samuel Little of the Chesterfield Observer newspaper

Samuel Little of Samuel Little Graphic Design and Donna Gregory, news editor of the Chesterfield Observer walked the “5K/2.5K Run/Walk for the Future” sponsored by the Lucy Corr Foundation on Saturday, July 19, 2008. The race started at 8 a.m. (EST) sharp, the heat was immense but fun was had by all. The runners ran in the sun while the walkers strolled through the scenic walking trail near the Chesterfield County Courthouse facilities. As you can see in the photo to the right, we both were prepared for the grueling 2.5K walk. Donna had a backpack with water and food for trip and I had a bottle of water ready and waiting to spring into action in case we passed out from heat exhaustion. After the race we drank water and ate oranges, bananas and granola bars to replenish our bodies from the grueling stroll on the walking trail. The race proceeds benefits the Lucy Corr Foundation.

FOR MORE THAN 35 YEARS, Lucy Corr Village has distinguished itself by meeting the assisted living and long-term care needs of individuals in the Chesterfield County community. Now, Lucy Corr Village is expanding to meet the needs of today’s new generation of active, value-minded retirees with its new Springdale neighborhood. Springdale will offer cottages and apartments, along with the reassuring security of continuing care. Long recognized for exceptional service, this tradition will continue to grow as the community continues to grow. So, if you view retirement as a time that can be more fully enjoyed when you plan ahead for the future, consider a move to Lucy Corr Village. You’ll be going in the right direction.

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Samuel Little Graphic Design specializes in brochure design, publication design, and web site design in the Richmond metro area with it’s headquarters in Midlothian, Virginia. Samuel Little Graphic Design also helps start up companies with marketing and branding which includes logo design, brochure design, business card design, stationary design, building signs, trade show booth posters and materials, web site design and development and much more.