The Upton Lake Christian School 3rd Annual Eagle Run 5K Run/Walk and Kids Run, will be held Saturday, April 27, 2019 at Upton Lake Christian School, 37 Shepards Way, Clinton Corners, NY 12514. The event is hosted by the Eastern Dutchess Road Runners Club.
This is a rain or shine event.
Pre-register at edrrc.org/eagle-run-5k. Pre-registration ends April 26th. T shirt guaranteed by April 19th The pre-registration 5K entry cost is $20 + $2.50 fee. Race day price is $25 (cash only, no T shirt) Kids fun run entry fee for 10 year olds and under is free (no T shirt).
Join Eastern Dutchess Road Runners Club for a $5 race discount.
The race day schedule is as follows:
7:30 am Packet pickup and registration
9:00 am Kids Fun Run begins
9:30 am 5K begins.
Awards after race.
Awards go to the top male and female overall finishers as well as the top three places, male and female, in each of seven age categories.
Proceeds from the race will benefit the Upton Lake Christian School. To learn more about the Upton Lake Christian School visit uptonlake.com.
For more information about the Eagle 5K visit edrrc.org/eagle-run-5k.
The Arlington Education Foundation 3rd Annual 5K Run/Walk and Kids Runs will be held Saturday, April 27, 2019 at Arlington High School, LaGrangeville, NY 12540. The event, which is organized by the Arlington Education Foundation will include three races: a 5K Run/Walk, 1 Mile Fun Run and a 1 lap Fun Run. Please, no dogs, headphones or rollerblades.
Pre-register online or download and mail entry forms at arlingtonschools.org/aefny. Online pre-registration ends April 25th. Register by April 10th for a free T shirt.
The pre-registration entry fee schedule is as follows:
1 Lap Fun Run (age 5 and under) $5. Race day $10
1 Mile Kids Run (age 10 and under) $5. Race day $10
5K (age 10 and under) $10 . Race day $30
5K adult $20 . Race Day $30
5K (ages 11-19) $15. Race Day $30
The race day schedule is as follows:
Friday, April 26
4:00 – 7:00 pm Packet pickup at Arlington High School, Sports Lobby
4:30 – 6:30 pm Wellness Expo in the Sports Lobby
Race Day, Saturday April 27th
7:30 am Registration
8:30 am 1 Lap Fun Run (ages 5 and under)
8:45 am 1 Mile Kids Run (ages 10 and under)
9:00 am 5K (all ages)
Awards, refreshments, raffles and more after races.
Awards to males and females in seven 5K age groups, Kids Runs ages 5 and under and 6-10.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the Arlington Education Foundation to invest in STEAM labs, District Science and Scholarships. To learn more visit aefny.org.
For more race information or to register also visit arlingtonschools.org/aefny.
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The Relay For Life of Litchfield High School will be held Saturday, April 27, 2019 at Litchfield Middle School Softball Field, 6 Plumb Hill Road, Litchfield, CT 06759.
Participants are encouraged to fundraise in advance of the Relay. For information about starting a fundraising page or joining a team visit : http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR?pg=entry&fr_id=91111
The schedule of events is as follows:
5:00 pm Opening Ceremonies
Survivor and Caregiver Lap
After dark- Luminaria Ceremony. During this ceremony we represent everyone touched by cancer with a Luminaria. Each light represents a life—a life taken by cancer, a survivor of cancer, or a support for a person still fighting the disease. It’s a powerful demonstration that gives people the opportunity to grieve but also offers comfort and hope.
9:00 pm- Closing Ceremony
Team members take turns walking around a track or other designated course. A requirement is that each team has a member walking at all times.
Money is raised by teams who solicit donations from individuals and businesses. There are a number of fundraising options some of which continue year round.
The students at Litchfield High School have been especially active – they have been hosting fundraising events for months now. They have raised pledges by such diverse means as selling wristbands and origami creations and putting on sports-related fundraisers. The school boasts 23 fundraising teams so far.
Relay For Life started in 1985 when Dr. Gordon “Gordy” Klatt walked/ran for 24 hours on a track in Tacoma, Washington to raise money and awareness to help the American Cancer Society.
Today teams raise funds at over 3,500 Relay events nationwide.
Proceeds from Relay For Life events “help the American cancer society fund ground-breaking cancer research, crucial patient care services, and prevention and early detection programs.”
For more information about the Relay For Life of Litchfield High School contact Amber Dunphy at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (203) 379-4738.
For more information about the programs benefiting for Relay For Life events visit cancer.org.
Thank you to the these generous sponsors:
FM 97.3 WZBG
Ripe Tomato Deli
Raw Elements Certified Natural Sunscreen
Litchfield Hills Farm-Fresh Market
Litchfield Catering & Deli
Litchfield Community Center
Litchfield Area Business Association
Charlotte Hungerford Hospital Connecticut Association for the Gifted
The Bake House