MOORHEAD, Minn. — The Minnesota State University Moorhead wrestling team volunteered to help run the Creative Care For Reaching Independence Superhero 5K Run & Walk ‘n’ Roll-a-thon earlier this fall.
Dragon wrestlers and coaches helped with the set up and take down for the event, which benefited the CCRI. The race began near the large shelter at Gooseberry Mound Park located at 100 22nd Ave South in Moorhead, Minn. The race ran along a trail along the beautiful Red River into Lindenwood Park in Fargo.
CCRI has provided person-centered services that empower those with disabilities to…
- Strengthen their daily living skills
- Live more independently
- Participate more in the community
- Expand exposure to new experiences
- Reach their full potential
They also support families and caregivers of those with disabilities by providing services that provide a much needed respite. Their team members assist people with personal cares, educational training, recreation and leisure, medical, social and emotional needs.
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