New '5Q' Race Honors Woodbridge Resident Who Died of a Heart Attack
The Quincy Conner Foundation is raising money for student scholarships.
A new '5Q' run/walk this Saturday will make a difference to two high school students, as the Quincy Conner Foundation raises money for student scholarships.
TQCF formed after Woodbridge resident Quincy Conner died suddenly of a heart attack at 28 in December of 2005.
The event starts at 10:45 a.m. at Lake Ridge Park at 12350 Cotton Mill Dr. The race itself is at 11 a.m., with the post-race BBQ at noon.
The race will feature a live DJ, T-shirts for registered runners, a post-race barbecue from Dixie Bones, and trophies or awards for top finishers overall and in various age categories.
Register online for $35 to run the race, or for $40 to attend the BBQ as well. All proceeds benefit TQCF.