Running for better heart health at the 4th Annual “Bison Shuffle”
Runners lace their sneakers, running to help raise funds for the Cardiac and Pulmonary rehab programs of Cheyenne Regional Medical Center.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - On your marks, get set, and let’s shuffle. Runners lace their shoes, running for resources to assist those seeking better heart health. Cheyenne Regional Medical Center Foundation hosted the Terry Bison Shuffle Saturday morning.
The Cardiac and Pulmonary rehab programs of CRMC says it is looking for ways to replace its equipment. This year “Bison Shuffle” was different in its 4th year as runners wore masks, and spectators remain socially distant. The event organizers report hundreds of people signed up for the half marathon, 10K, 5K, 2K, and Kid’s run.
When you consider the feel-good impacts the “Bison Shuffle” has during uncertain times, social engagements help give the community hope.
“Right now, during COVID, people are looking for ways to help out, and they’re looking for things to participate in, and the Great Bison Shuffle checks both of those boxes.”
The CRMC Foundation says it emphasizes having COVID safety precautions in place for the event.
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