This Glow Run course will lead participants through stations where they can be sprayed with glow water, while grooving to top 40 music.
After the race, there will be an after party with more dancing, food, music and fun.
All the proceeds will be going to the children's hospital.
Chair of the Glow Run, Daryl Parker, says the Arkansas Children's Hospital saved his daughter's life, and is still helping her to this day.
"She has undergone several surgeries and now she is doing fine. She still has more surgeries to go, but if it weren't for the Children's Hospital there in
The run will be held June 7th, and will start when it gets dark.
Participants are asked to register by May 16th to secure their free t-shirt.
You can register for this event by going to www.glowforchildrens5k.com
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