W. T. Lewis Bulldog Bolt

Event Date: 4/27/2014
Location: W. T. Lewis School
Start Time: 3:00 PM
End Time: 5:00 PM



Bulldog Bolt

5K & 10K

Sponsored by W.T. Lewis Elementary Bossier City, LA

April 27, 2014

2:30PM Fun Run & 3:00PM 5K/10K

Register Online

Paper Application

Race Description:

Join the WT Lewis Elementary school community for a 5K/10K race and ½ mile fun run! All race participants who register before April 11, 2014 are guaranteed an event t-shirt with registration. The Bulldog Bolt is a race event that supports innovation in education for the children of WT Lewis Elementary School. All proceeds will be designated for new technology resources and equipment for our K-5 students. Support education and join us for this fun-filled race in beautiful Bossier City, Louisiana!

Entry Fee:

5K/10K: Registration fee for 5K/10K is $20 through April 11th and $25 through race day. Register by April 11th to be guaranteed an event shirt with registration. You may register at Sportspectrum or WT Lewis Elementary (cash or check), or online using a credit card at www.sportspectrumusa.com.

½ Mile Dog Gone Fun Run: Registration fee is $15. Register by April 11th to receive a t-shirt.

This race is sponsored by the WT Lewis Elementary 5th Grade Legends Committee.

Race Course:

The flat, scenic course will begin and end at W.T. Lewis Elementary at 4701 Modica Lott Road in Bossier City. All runners will enjoy the course that winds along beautiful Modica Lott Road and our 10K participants will also run through StoneBridge subdivision and golf community.

Packet Pick Up:

Packet pick up is at W.T. Lewis Elementary, 4701 Modica Lott Rd, Friday, April 25thfrom 8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. at WT Lewis Elementary. Packets may also be picked up on race dayat the race site.






Save Lives with Bulldog Bolt by Giving Your Shoes the Boot!

Bring your used shoes to Bulldog Bolt and Shoeman Water Projects will turn your shoes into clean drinking water. Once collected, the shoes are exported to street vendors in places like Kenya, Haiti and South America for resale. The street vendors receive shoes for resale and people in those communities can purchase shoes for pennies on the dollar. Funds from exporting the shoes goes to purchasing well drilling rigs, water purification systems, and other supplies to bring clean, fresh water to communities in need around the world.

To participate, gather all the shoes you don't wear anymore and rubber band or tie them together. Bring your shoes to our drop-off bin at Bulldog Bolt. We accept any kind of shoes as long as they don't have holes. To learn more about Shoeman Water Projects visit www.shoemanwater.org.