JACK-O-SMASH 15K, 10K, 5K and Family Fun Festival
The 3rd Annual Jack-O-Smash 15k, 10k, 5k and the Family Fun Festival takes place Sunday, October 30, 2016 at the Sportsplex in Poway.
Jack-O-Smash Run offers 4 race distances including a 1 mile fun run, 5K, 10K and 15K. Whether you're a competitive athlete or want to run/walk for fun, you won't want to miss out on this Fall Fun Run.
The Family Fun Festival takes place immediately following the races and includes a celebrity softball game, kids fun zone, DJ, Guinness World Record Largest Plinko Board, and of course the pumpkin smashing trebuchet.
JACK - O - SMASH is a Non-Profit 501(c)3 where every dollar of profit will be divided amongst these 3 special organizations:
PoVa Therapeutic Riding Center (www.povatrc.org), a non-profit organization located in Poway, offers therapeutic horseback riding to children and adults with special needs. Therapeutic riding strengthens the bodies, minds, and spirits of individuals with disabilities. The life skills learned and physical and cognitive improvements experienced help with many aspects of our students’ lives. Whether the disability is acquired or congenital, most anyone of any age (no matter if they are 2 or 82) can ride and experience life-changing benefits.
Abraxas Transition Program (www.abraxas.org), a non-profit organization located in Poway. Since 1986, the Transition Program in the Poway Unified School District has operated as a community-based program designed to enhance and promote greater independence of practical life skills for young adults with developmental disabilities. The Transition Program provides training for individuals between the ages of 18-22 across Education/Training, Community, Vocational, and Independent Living domains.
PUSDSEF (https://www.powayusd.com/pusdahs/transition-program/index.html) is a non profit organization with a mission to enhance the educational experiences and success of students served by the Poway Unified School District. The foundation directly supports Poway Unified School District through a Mini Grant Program. Educators, Staff and Specialist apply for mini grants throughout the school year. The grants fund curriculum, technology, sensory tools, and items needed to enhance the educational experiences for our children and young adults served by the Special Education Department. As a 100% volunteer run organization, all donations are put directly back into our schools and classrooms. The PUSD Special Education Foundation serves ALL 37 campuses within the district.