HAVILAND — The Wayne Trace National Honor Society is holding its annual Glow-in-the-Dark 5K on Saturday, April 14 at the Payne ball park across from the Payne Elementary School. Registration begins at 7 p.m. and the race begins at 8 p.m. Any money raised this year will go the William Moore family.

Moore, an avid supporter of Wayne Trace, was tragically killed in a vehicle crash this past January. Bill was the husband of Shandonn and the father of Zack, Riley, Ellie, Eli, and Samuel. Zack was a 2013 graduate of WT, and Riley was a 2015 graduate of WT. Ellie, Eli, and Samuel are current students at the Wayne Trace Junior/Senior High School. As one can imagine, this tragic event puts a financial strain on Shandonn and her family. The Wayne Trace National Honor Society would like to help this family by donating any proceeds from the 5K to the William Moore family.

Registration forms are available at the Wayne Trace Jr./Sr. High School building, on the Wayne Trace website, or on Facebook. The registration forms are due back to the Wayne Trace High School by March 21 to be guaranteed a t-shirt. Local businesses who have not already been contacted can also sponsor the event by calling the Wayne Trace High School at extension 229.

If you have any questions about the 5K, please email klopfensteinj@wt.k12.oh.us or hatcherh@wt.k12.oh.us or call Joni Klopfenstein (ext. 229) or Heather Hatcher (ext. 219) at the Wayne Trace Jr./Sr. High School. The WT NHS thanks you in advance for your support!