The 13th annual Walk & Roll for Disabilities had a record turnout Sunday, with about 500 participants. The event is hosted by the Meyer Foundation for Disabilities and raises money for adult recreational programming at the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s Munroe-Meyer Institute.

Nearly 2,000 people participate in the 11th annual Trek Up The Tower climbing 40 floors of the First National Tower in Omaha, Neb., Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017. Participants climbed 870 stairs to support Wellcom, a non-profit that helps employers create and support a culture of well-being and we…

The Nebraska Jingle Bell Run on Saturday offered wintry conditions but interesting views.  Participants were encouraged to wear holiday-themed costumes or tie jingle bells to their shoelaces. The event was a fundraiser for the Arthritis Foundation.

About 2,000 runners signed up for the marathon, half marathon, 5K or one-mile event. All of the races started outside TD Ameritrade Park and finished inside the stadium.

Kids and adults dressed up in Halloween costumes Sunday and participated in the third-annual Monster Mash event, which raises money to target childhood obesity. The event featured a kids dash, a 1-mile walk and a 5K.

Nearly 6,200 people participated in the Omaha Corporate Cup on Sunday morning at Aksarben Village, braving brisk temperatures to raise a record amount of money.