Amador Valley High School is hosting a benefit run Wednesday for victims of the earthquakes in Nepal.
Students, faculty, administrators and others will run/walk for at least 40 minutes on the school's track in eight shifts starting at 8 a.m. The last run will be from 3:10 to 3:50 p.m.
In the past week, participants in the run have been acquiring sponsorship from family, businesses and friends, with a goal of gaining at least $20 from their sponsors. Once they complete their 40-minute run, they collect the promised funding, turn in their money to a designated teacher or advisor, and then are eligible to receive a "Run 4 Relief" t-shirt.
The school-wide goal for aid to Nepal is $15,000.