TO REGISTER OR DONATE:
Register and make your payment for the race by using this button ABOVE or BELOW this space. You may want to donate or participate with a booth or other sponsorship as well.
Thank you for visiting this site to learn more about the missions of MEALS ON WHEELS OF JOHNSON & ELLIS COUNTIES, Ironheart Foundation, Trinity Outdoors Disabled Adventures, and Hope For The Warriors®.
Chip timing has been arranged to help gauge your progress year over year. Trophies/Medals will be given to first, second, and third place winners in each category (Male and Female): 10 & Under; 11-14; 15-19; 20-24; 25-29; 30-34; 35-39; 40-44; 45-49; 50-59, 60-69, 70-75, 70-79+ Masters Division. Special trophy for top female and male top overall runner and top roller award. Runners, walkers, and "rollers" are all welcome.
The Comfort Inn, Alvarado, will be offering a special discount on guest rooms for the race to help runners and specials guests stay well-rested for the race. A special code "PUSH" should be used when booking your room to allow for this discount, or if calling the hotel, please say you are attending the Push Your Limit Race. Call 1-817-783-2900 and advise you are staying at the hotel for the race.
Like Trinity Outdoor Disabled Adventures Facebook
VOLUNTEER, IT"S FUN! Questions?
Please submit your message under the Contact Us link and allow at least 24 hours for a response.
Learn more about the Meals on Wheels of Johnson & Ellis Counties at https://www.mowjec.org.
Read the stories from several recipients and volunteers. Find out how you can become a volunteer or help make an elderly life more meaningful (by allowing them to stay at home while remainig self-sufficient and healthy) through your time and donations. Each donation of $5 means a meal, with $35 supporting a week's worth of meals. It is a great feeling to help!
"Some of these people only receive the visits that I provide because they have no one else that visits them, and that makes me proud to be a
H. Diggs, 2017
Founded in 1977, the organization currently serves 3,000 people a year in a two-county service area that covers more than 1,700 square miles.