The parents of Adam Thompson, who was killed a year ago in a car…
The Upper Chesapeake Health Foundation, in conjunction with Harford Community College, hosted the inaugural Adam Thompson Memorial 5K Run/Walk Sunday, April 22.
Despite the cold and rainy day, more than 200 runners and walkers participated in the event at HCC, raising nearly $17,000.
Less than a year ago, Mr. Thompson, an HCC student and recent North Harford High graduate, was tragically killed in an auto accident at the age of 19.
His mother, Pat, a nurse at Upper Chesapeake Health and a nursing instructor at the college, created the event to honor her son and to raise funds for two scholarship opportunities — one through HCC and the other through the UCH Foundation.
Both scholarships will allow students and UCH team members the opportunity to pursue a degree from the nursing program at HCC. Anyone who would like to make a gift to benefit these scholarships can visit http://www.harford.edu/foundation. For results of the walk/run, visit http://www.harford.edu/Adam.
Established in 1984, Upper Chesapeake Health is a not-for-profit health organization based in Harford County. The organization owns and operates Upper Chesapeake Medical Center, Harford Memorial Hospital and Upper Chesapeake Health Foundation and is an affiliate partner with the University of Maryland Medical System.
One of the largest private employers in Harford County, Upper Chesapeake employs almost 3,000 team members. Visit http://www.uchfoundation.org to learn more.