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Show Us Your Green


Where do you show your green? The lime green bows have come to be a symbol for HOPE in your community. They are bright reminders for us that we are neighbors who fight for each other in the darkest times. Wouldn’t it be amazing if every street in our town had a lime green pop of color to remind us to support our neighbors who are battling cancer? You can help make that happen by purchasing your lime green bow today!



New This Year!  “Show Us Your Green” on social media and win! Simply take a photo of your green bow(s) on your car, house, mailbox or wherever you choose to display it (be creative!). Then, share your photo on the Sherry’s Run Facebook, Twitter or Instagram account and you will be entered in a drawing to win FREE Sherry’s Run merchandise!

Green bows are on sale NOW for only $10!   

How can you purchase your green bows?

  1. Purchase your green bows when you register for the 13th annual Sherry’s Run either online at or by paper registration form.
  2. Mail in a “Paint the Town Green” Bow Order form available at
  3. Order by contacting the Sherry’s Run office at 615.925.2592 or

Green Bows may be picked up at the Sherry’s Run office (located at 110 Babb Drive, Lebanon, TN):

Tuesday, July 19th 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Tuesday, August 9th 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Tuesday, August 23trd 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Tuesday, September 6th 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Bows may also be picked up at the event site (623 West Main St, Lebanon, TN):

Thursday, September 8th 11:00 am – 7:00 pm

Friday, September 9th 11:00 am – 7:00 pm

Saturday, September 10th 6:30 am – 8:00 am

Remember that all of the proceeds from the purchase of green bows stays here in Wilson county and the surrounding communities to help our neighbors who are fighting their greatest battle.

Corrie Cluck

Faith, courage, optimism and a desire to help others were qualities that defined Sharon “Sherry” Patterson Whitaker. Both before and after the energetic wife and mother was diagnosed with colon cancer, the impression she made on her family, friends and community was undeniable. While her battle in the flesh was lost in 2004, the spirit she had shown throughout life continues to touch more lives every day. Because of Sherry’s Run, a 5K run/walk benefit organized in Sherry’s memory, area cancer victims and their families can make strides toward becoming cancer survivors, and researchers are a small step closer to stopping the disease for good.