Miss Dallas 5K

Benefitting the United Leukodystrophy Foundation

PROCEEDS FROM THE BOOK ALSO SUPPORT THE ULF

 

My book “Triumphing over Tragedy” empowers children, teens and adults with tools to overcome life’s challenges and reach their upmost potential.  The book is a fully and beautifully illustrated children’s book and is a great resource for parents, counselors, educators, and families dealing with any kind of difficulty or loss.

MAKE A DIFFERENCE


Walk or Run to RAISE FUNDS for those suffering with these various brain diseases

MISS DALLAS-BRITTANY TEW

The Miss Dallas 5K is benefitting the United Leukodystrophy Foundation which is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing information, increasing public awareness, and promoting and supporting research into causes, treatments and prevention of the various leukodystrophies. Leukodystrophy describes a approximately 40 diseases that affect the growth or maintenance of the white matter in the brain.

 The Miss Dallas 5K will be held at Bachman Lake Park, located near Love Field Airport, and accessed off Loop 12 in Dallas with the race start near the Lakefield Blvd entrance.  This beautiful park will give runners a playground for the children and a beautiful paved course around Bachman Lake!

REGISTER TODAY FOR THE MISS DALLAS 5K

You will receive: 

• Skechers Running Shoes for Age Division Winners

  Certificate donated by Skechers  

• Medals awarded for ALL Participants

• Miss Dallas 5K Official T-Shirt


Race starts at 9:00 aM • Packet pickup at 8:30 AM • Northwest Hwy at lake field entrance

help

those in need

The Miss Dallas pageant is a local preliminary for Miss America, which is a scholarship pageant that provides women with opportunity to compete in talent, evening gown, interview and physical fitness for scholarships to further one's education. 

MISS DALLAS 5K LOCATION

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Triumphing Over Tragedy

MY STORY

5K

RAISE FUNDS FOR ULF

Saturday, June 4, 2016

at Bachman Lake in Dallas

In 2001, my two-year-old sister, Caroline, died of a rare degenerative brain disease, and then in 2008, another sister, Alexandria died at the age of three from the same leukodystrophy. Because of these heartbreaking losses, I am passionate about sharing my story to help fundraise and educate about rare diseases.