Hope4Kids Festival and Run

Photos from Saturday’s Hope4Kids fundraiser in Thousand Oaks. Photos by Michael Coons/Acorn Newspapers

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers WAY TO GO! - Angela Schneider, left, receives a high-five from her husband, Justin, while competing in the 10K race during the second annual Hope4Kids Festival and Run at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks on March 15. The event is sponsored by Living Oaks Community Church and the Ventura County Human Services Agency and raises funds for foster youth in Ventura County.

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WAY TO GO! – Angela Schneider, left, receives a high-five from her husband, Justin, while competing in the 10K race during the second annual Hope4Kids Festival and Run at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks on March 15. The event is sponsored by Living Oaks Community Church and the Ventura County Human Services Agency and raises funds for foster youth in Ventura County.

I DID IT! - Paula Cress of Newbury Park raises her hands in the air while crossing the finish line of the 5K race during the second annual Hope4Kids Festival and Run at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks on March 15. The event is sponsored by Living Oaks Community Church and the Ventura County Human Services Agency and raises funds for foster youth in Ventura County.

I DID IT! – Paula Cress of Newbury Park raises her hands in the air while crossing the finish line of the 5K race during the second annual Hope4Kids Festival and Run at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks on March 15. The event is sponsored by Living Oaks Community Church and the Ventura County Human Services Agency and raises funds for foster youth in Ventura County.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers FUNDRAISER - Rita Waybright of Moorpark looks at silent auction items during the second annual Hope4Kids Festival and Run at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks on March 15. The event is sponsored by Living Oaks Community Church and the Ventura County Human Services Agency and raises funds for foster youth in Ventura County.

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FUNDRAISER – Rita Waybright of Moorpark looks at silent auction items during the second annual Hope4Kids Festival and Run at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks on March 15. The event is sponsored by Living Oaks Community Church and the Ventura County Human Services Agency and raises funds for foster youth in Ventura County.

MORNING LIGHT - Participants in the Hope4Kids Festival and Run race around the course at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks on March 15. The event is sponsored by Living Oaks Community Church and the Ventura County Human Services Agency and raises funds for foster youth in Ventura County.

MORNING LIGHT – Participants in the Hope4Kids Festival and Run race around the course at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks on March 15. The event is sponsored by Living Oaks Community Church and the Ventura County Human Services Agency and raises funds for foster youth in Ventura County.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers RACE DAY - Sonia Corlew of Newbury Park participates in the 5K race during the second annual Hope4Kids Festival and Run at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks on March 15. The event is sponsored by Living Oaks Community Church and the Ventura County Human Services Agency and raises funds for foster youth in Ventura County.

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RACE DAY – Sonia Corlew of Newbury Park participates in the 5K race during the second annual Hope4Kids Festival and Run at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks on March 15. The event is sponsored by Living Oaks Community Church and the Ventura County Human Services Agency and raises funds for foster youth in Ventura County.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers FINISHED - Amanda Maxson of Ventura smiles after finishing the 5K while pushing her two foster children during the second annual Hope4Kids Festival and Run at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks on March 15. The event is sponsored by Living Oaks Community Church and the Ventura County Human Services Agency and raises funds for foster youth in Ventura County.

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FINISHED – Amanda Maxson of Ventura smiles after finishing the 5K while pushing her two foster children during the second annual Hope4Kids Festival and Run at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks on March 15. The event is sponsored by Living Oaks Community Church and the Ventura County Human Services Agency and raises funds for foster youth in Ventura County.

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