TELL CITY — On Saturday, June 4 Isaiah 117 House of Spencer and Perry Counties held their first annual Red Door Dash at EverBody’s Fun & Fitness starting at 8 a.m. The event had 48 registrants and raised over $3,900 for the non-profit organization.

Isaiah 117 House provides a comforting home and loving care for children awaiting foster care placement. On Sunday, Feb. 20 The Isaiah 117 House of Spencer-Perry Counties broke ground of the site of their house located in Chrisney.

The weather was perfect for the Red Door Dash explained Program Coordinator Lindsey Miller. Lance Kern was the overall winner of the event. The Red Door Dash offered a 5K option as well as a fun run option that was approximately one mile long.

“We want to thank all of our sponsors, participants, and volunteers! We couldn’t do it without each and every one of them,” Miller said.

There will be another upcoming chance for the community to support Isaiah 117 House with their Lemonade Stand Challenge on July 16. This is a fun way to support the mission of the organization and to positively impact the children awaiting foster care placement.

On July 16, members in the community can host a lemonade stand. They can also hold a lemonade stand between now and July 16. Isaiah 177 House are in search of any local business or events between now and July 16 that would let someone host a lemonade stand. Everything at the lemonade stands are sold for donation only. All proceeds will go towards the Isaiah 117 House of Spencer-Perry Counties.

To stay up to date with Isaiah 177 House or to get involved follow their Facebook page

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