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Lee University next weekend will host the 2022 65 Roses 5K as part of the Great Strides event held to raise funds for a cure for cystic fibrosis (CF). The race, along with the Great Strides Walk, will take place Saturday morning, March 26, and all proceeds will go to benefit the CF Foundation.
The event will follow the regular 65 Roses 5K route through downtown Cleveland, and all are welcome to run or walk the 5K or 1K Fun Run. All runners will receive a special edition coffee mug this year, and hats, socks and shirts from previous years will be available at the finish line as extra swag for all finishers. Chip timing once again will be provided by Terra Running Co.
The race cost is $20. Event day registration will begin at 7 a.m., but runners are encouraged to register early at http://www.leeuniversity.edu/cf. The 5K race/walk begins at 9, and the 1K Fun Run will take place at 9:30. Race winners will be announced at 9:45 a.m. and appear online via Lee’s 65 Roses website.
For more information about the CF Foundation, visit cff.org. Information or to register for the 65 Roses 5K race, is at www.leeuniversity.edu/cf.
Dr. Will Jackson, president and CEO of Erlanger Health System, is one of four finalists in the CEO search for one of South Florida’s largest public hospitals.
In March, Memorial Healthcare System — a $2.3 billion health care network situated between Fort Lauderdale and Miami — interviewed a pool of candidates to replace outgoing CEO Aurelio Fernandez, who will retire at the end of April, according to a Wednesday announcement on the health system’s website.
According to Wednesday’s announcement, the three candidates that remain in addition to Jackson are: Jonathan W. Curtright, CEO, University of Missouri Health Care; Edward Jimenez, CEO, University of Florida Health; and K. Scott Wester, president and CEO, Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center.
Erlanger officials declined to comment for this story.
The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division responded to the Silverdale Detention Facility Wednesday morning, at approximately 4:30 am for the report of an alleged sexual assault.
Detectives are currently investigating an alleged sexual assault of a female inmate by another female inmate.
This is an ongoing investigation and no further information will be released at this time.