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Walk, Run, Ride or Ruck for Readiness!
Join the Capital Area Chapter Red Cross as we prepare our communities for Hurricane Season, which starts on June 1. We're encouraging everyone to get outdoors and learn how to ensure you and your loved ones are 'Red Cross Ready,' all while helping raise funds to support our vital services!

Saturday, May 21, 2022 @ 8 a.m. 

Capital Area - Capital Area Red Cross Chapter

1115 Easterwood Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32311

{$21} Pre-registration

{$21}Virtual Registration

{$25} 5k/Run with Medal

{$26} Ruck Route with Patch

Day of Registration: {$25 5k} or {$30 Ruck or 5k w/ Medal} 

Race Day Timeline
7:00 a.m. Day of Registration

7:50 a.m. Warm Up

8:00 a.m. Fun Run Begins

8:15 a.m. 5k Begins

Post Run Fun 

Pancake breakfast provided after the run courtesy of Red Hills Powersports

Ology Refreshment Zone, and more to come!



Public parking is available throughout Tom Brown Park (marked on the route map with 'P'). Plan to arrive by 7:30 to avoid any road closures and to ensure spots in the lots closet to the Red Cross Chapter--it is also suggested to enter Tom Brown Park from Conner Blvd. 


Award Categories Coming Soon!

Packet Pick Up:

Pick up will take place at Fleet Feet Tallahassee: 1845 Thomasville Rd #125, Tallahassee, FL 32303

Friday, May 20th | 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. & 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

For special arrangements, please contact jennifer.johnson12@redcross.org.   

Thank you to our generous sponsors and community supporters that make this event possible!


FYFE Family Foundation & Robin Lotane Charitable Fund 






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$50,000 Goal


Total Raised

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Event History:
The Hurricane Run began in 2007 as a vision of Robin Lotane, a long- time board member for the Capital Area Florida Chapter and local prominent attorney. Robin wanted to create a family-friendly community event to strengthen awareness about the Red Cross mission and raise much needed funds to continue the delivery of essential Red Cross services throughout the Big Bend area.

In 2010, the run was renamed the Robin Lotane Hurricane Run in her honor after she lost her battle with cancer. Her husband, Bob Lotane, as well as family members and friends, have continued to carry on Robin's legacy through this community event.