Team RWB RBHS 12 Hour Challenge

2015 Team Red White and Blue--Rancho Bernardo 12 Hour Relay Challenge

San Diego Team Red White & Blue 12-Hour Challenge Saturday May 30, 2015

This year’s fourth annual event will be on Saturday, May 30, 2015 on the track at Rancho Bernardo High School (13010 Paseo Lucido, San Diego, CA 92128).  First lap will begin at 8:30AM and closing ceremonies will begin at 7:30PM

The Mission:

It’s Our Turn—the goal of the event is to raise awareness and provide our students and community with an opportunity to recognize and appreciate the sacrifice made by our military and wounded veterans in particular. Members of our community challenge themselves physically on both an individual and team level by participating in this 12-hour event.


Where:                               RBHS track (13010 Paseo Lucido, San Diego, CA  92128)

Another Success for Team RWB at Rancho Bernardo HS in 2014!

Thank you Derek Togerson of Channel 39 and Itica Milanes from Channel 10 News for reporting on our event and the arrival of Stephanie Oullette, who came to San Diego to honor her brother--a fallen hero.!false/Fallen-Heroes-Honored-at-North-County-Relay/261600121

WHAT: 3rd Annual Rancho Bernardo High School -- Team RWB All Day Run

WHEN: May 31, 2014 at 9:00am to May 31, 2014 at 10:00pm, 2014.

WHERE: Rancho Bernardo High School, San Diego, CA

THANK YOU!: Rancho Bernardo High School Football team, Rancho Bernardo High School Foundation, the RBHS Gridiron Club, all volunteers and participants for a great event!

RB High 12 Hour Relay for Team Red White and Blue--2nd Annual Is Another Success!

Armed Forces Day, May 19, 2012

Team RWB -- It's Our Turn!

Sponsor banners were available for purchase by businesses or individuals who supported this effort and become Team RWB team members.
The banners depicted a wounded vet and their partnered TRWB advocate. Proceeds were donated to Team RWB. Banner material donated by Hewlett Packard. HP and Sign Distinction Support Our Military.

Team RWB’s motto: It’s Our Turn—the primary goal of the events is to raise awareness and provide the students with an opportunity to recognize and appreciate the sacrifice made by our military and wounded veterans in particular.

The first two events raised close to $20,000 but, more importantly, brought together a community of supporters who were willing to come together and support the participants and Team Red White and Blue

Rancho Bernardo High School has annually supported the military and wounded warriors with their Wounded Warriors fundraising effort during a home football game.