A Veterans Day weekend running event will be extra special as it will help to raise awareness and funds for Georgia Run for the Fallen. On Saturday, November 13, at L. Scott Stell Park, Bernard Williams & Company and Auto-Owners Insurance present the ERS Run Fest including the 4th annual Baker’s Pride Donut Mile. Event sponsors and organizers are making the event even more memorable by partnering with Georgia Run for the Fallen to honor our heroes.For more information, please go to
https://runsignup.com/Race/GA/Savannah/TheBakersPrideChallenge .

“Help us to hand out over 700 unique medals – each with the name of a fallen hero from Georgia,” Dan Pavlin, Vice President of Commercial Lines and the event’s organizer said. “It’s been 20 years since the War on Terror began, and it’s important to always remember and to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice, including more than 700 Georgia service members.”
The November 13 running event in Savannah follows the state-wide Georgia Run for the Fallen, a three-day compilation of runners and support crew who ran specific miles for every Georgia service member whose life was lost since the start of the War on Terror. Each mile of the 164-mile Georgia Run for the Fallen paid homage to several service members and their families.

Pam Howe, proud mother of a U.S. Marine and Bernard Williams & Company’s Vice President of Accounting, ran in the 2021 Georgia Run for the Fallen event and will be volunteering on November 13. Howe also participated in the inaugural Georgia Run for the Fallen and continues to raise funds for this important cause. To donate directly to Georgia Run for the Fallen, please go to
https://app.mobilecause.com/vf/GArun/PamelaHowe15 .

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