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Miles 4 Moe

Miles 4 Moe , 9th Annual, will be held on Sunday, September 16, 2018 at Camp Moe, 1145 Brandy Hill, Torrington, CT.

Both the 5K Race and Walk begin and end at Camp Moe, rain or shine.

Register online – go to fasttracktiming.com search for “Miles 4 Moe” or register on race day for an additional $5.

The registration fee for the race is $30 for adults, $20 for students 18 years and under and $50 for families with 4 or more members (no race giveaways). There is a $10 fee for picnic only.

The registration fee includes the race/walk, awards ceremony and after-race picnic. The first 100 registrants get a “Race Giveaway” (except “Family” registrants).

Race day schedule is as follows:

8:30-9:45 am registration

10:00 am START – Runners/Walkers (walkers will line up behind runners)

Picnic and award ceremony following the race

Prizes will be awarded to the top overall male and female finishers as well as 1st and 2nd place finishers in various age categories.

For more information:

Call (860) 459-4318

Email colleenrenzullo@gmail.com

Visit www.miles4moefoundation.org or www.miles4moe.org

The Harvest Fest/Miles 4 Moe Race, along with the Miles for Moe Foundation were established to honor the life of Emil “Moe” Renzullo, Jr. who passed away in 2010 at age 12 from leukemia and who loved going to camp.

Proceeds from the race will benefit camperships for deserving children at Camp Moe as well as other child-oriented causes in the area.

Thank you to all of our generous sponsors!

Torrington Savings Bank

Charlotte Hungerford Hospital

McDonalds

Vet’s Explosives Inc.

Petricone’s Pharmacy

Sterling Sintered Tech

Progressive Paving & Construction

North Torrington Veterinary Hospital

Brooker Memorial

Dunkin Donuts

Borghesi Engineers & Designers

UConn Huskies

Bigelow Tea Blenders

Litchfield Bancorp

Northwest CT Transit District

Law Office of Conti & Levy

Law Office of Robert Dwyer, Jr.

Sportsmen’s

Arconic

Photo Arts Printing Company

Donut Station

O & G Industries

Giordano Signs

Carbone’s Builders

Alcoa

1st Order, Inc.

Cook Funeral Home

Iffland Lumber

Campion Ambulance

All-Star Storage

Theroux, Nowell & Stoughton, LLC

The Mescall Family

The Pace Family

Raymond & Carole Neag

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25 Years of Hope Fun Run/Walk

The 25 Years of Hope Fun Run/Walk will take place Saturday, August 11, 2018 at Vassar College Campus, 124 Raymond Ave., Poughkeepsie, NY 12604.

This is a family-friendly event which is run within the confines of the Vassar Campus and integrating activities such as a scavenger hunt along the way. To register, visityouthmissionoutreach.org or call (845) 473-5449. Pre-registration ends 8/8/18.

Free T shirts to the first 75 registered runners or walkers. You can sign up on race day morning.

Entry fee schedule:

$20 pre-registered runners/walkers

$15 seniors and students with ID

$10 children 10 and under

Children 3 and under free

Race Day schedule:

8:30 am Registration

9:30 am Run/Walk begins

Prizes, raffle, games, music and more.

Proceeds from the event will support the Youth Mission Outreach 25 year commitment to the youth and their families in the Poughkeepsie area.

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Canaan Railroad Days Run

The Canaan Railroad Days Run will be held on Sunday July 29, 2018 at the Lawrence Pavilion, 220 East Canaan Road (Main St.), North Canaan, CT 06018.

The 5 mile race, which is presented by Center Subaru, will both begin and end at the pavilion. There will also be a 2 mile walk and a 1 mile children’s run.

Pre-register at nwcty.org/canaanrun. Free T shirts for all pre-registrants by July18th.

The online entry fee schedule:

Adult 5 mile runners and walkers (13yrs +) – $20 by July18, $25 by July 28, and $30 race day.

Kids 1 mile Fun Run 1(12 yrs and under) – $10 any time.

Timing will be provided by greystoneracing.

Race day schedule is as follows:

8:00 am Registration and Number pick up

9:00 am 5 Mile runners begin, followed shortly by Kids Run and then Walkers.

Awards and refreshments after race.

Awards will be bestowed upon the top 1-3 overall male and female finishers as well as the top male and female in 8 age categories. Winners must be present to receive awards.

The Canaan Railroad Days Run is the second race in the Grand Prix series. The first is the WYLD Obstacle Run (June 30th); the Highland Lake 10K (Oct.) and the Zombie Chase Challenge (Nov.). Go to the Running/Walking Calendar to learn more about these races.

Proceeds from the race will help fund the NWCT YMCA’s charitable services which provide memberships and program fees to deserving families and individuals.

To register , go to nwcty.org/canaanrun.

For more information email  marketing@nwcty.org.

We thank the following major 2017 sponsors for their generosity!

BD

Center Subaru

Dunkin Donuts

McDonalds

Salisbury Bank & Trust

Segalla Sand & Gravel

 

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WYLD Obstacle Run

The WYLD Obstacle Run, NWCT YMCA will run on Saturday, June 30, 2018 at Camp Moe, 1145 Brandy Hill Road, Torrington, CT. 06790. The event is presented by Center Subaru and is the first of four events hosted by the NWCT YMCA and Center Subaru this season.

This 7th annual race is a 5K with roughly 30 obstacles including a climbing wall, tunnels water obstacles and mud pits. there will also be a 2 mile walk and a 1 mile “Crazy Kids Challenge” with scaled down obstacles .

Pre-register at nwcty.org/wyldrun. Free T shirts to all registrants by June 20th.

Here is the entry fee schedule:

Adult individual (13 yrs +) $55, after June 20th $65.

Team adult 5-9 people $50 each, after June 20th $65

Team adult 10 + people $45, after June 20th $65

Kids (12 yrs and under) $10 including race day.

Race day schedule:

9:00 – 11:00 am Packet pickup and race day signup

10:00 am 1- Mile Crazy Kids Challenge

11:00 am Obstacle Run

Awards and free cookout after races.

Prizes awarded to first three places overall male and female winners, age category winners and team winners.

All proceeds benefit YMCA charitable services which provide financial assistance to individuals and families who cannot afford membership and program fees.

To register or for more information email marketing@nwcty.org.

To learn more about the Northwest CT YMCA visit nwcty.org.

Northwest CT YMCA thanks its major 2017 sponsors!

Action Wildlife

Bantam Wesson Energy

Brooks, Todd & McNeil

Center Subaru

Charlotte Hungerford Hospital

Dunkin Donuts

Elevator Service Co.

Thomaston Savings Bank

Union Savings Bank

Waterbury Hospital

Stay tuned to these other YMCA and Center Subaru hosted events:

Canaan Road Race in July

Highland Lake 10K in October

Zombie Chase Challenge in November

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The Stissing Sprint Triathlon/Kids’ Triathlon

The Stissing Sprint Triathlon/Kids’ Triathlon will be held Saturday, June 30, 2018 at Lion’s Community Center, Stissing Lake Road, Beach Road, Pine Plains, NY 12567. Proceeds from this year’s tournament will benefit the Sunday in the Country Food Drive. The adult (over 17) Sprint Triathlon and AquaBike events feature .5 mile swim, 16.5 mile bike (hilly) and 3.3 mile run.

The Kids’ triathlon for youngsters 11 and under features a 100 meter swim, 3 mile bike and 1 mile run.

For youngsters age 12-17 the event features 200 meter swim, 6 mile bike and 1 mile run.

To register online go to localraces.com/hudsonvalleytriathlonclub/stissing-triathlon.

The online entry fees until 6/19/18 are as follows:

Individual Sprint  $60; Relay Team Sprint  $75; AquaBike sprint  $40 and Kids’ Sprint Triathlon  $25.

After 6/19 the fees increase to $75, $90, and $55 respectively. The Kids’ triathlon fee remains the same. T-shirts available (check contact number below for details).

The race day schedule is as follows:

6:00  am  Check in, packet pickup and race-day registration.

9:00  am Individual, Relay Team and AquaBike Sprints begin

12:00 Noon  Kids’ Sprint Triathlon begins.

Awards, BBQ and music after the races.

Kids and adult awards in all age categories.

Proceeds benefit the Pine Plains Recreation Program.

For more information call Mark Wilson at (914) 466-9214 or email him at coachmarkwilson@gmail.com.

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Relay For Life of Berkshire County

The Relay For Life of Berkshire County, There’s No place Like Hope, will be held on Friday and Saturday, June 22-23, 2018 at the Monument Mountain Regional High School, 600 Stockbridge Road, Great Barrington, MA.

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.

Although the time spans may vary (anywhere from six to 24 hours), the schedule for all of the Relay for Life events pretty much follows a standard format. Relays include an Opening Ceremony followed by the Survivors Lap, the Caregivers Lap, the Luminaria Ceremony and Closing Ceremony.

Friday

6 pm Opening ceremonies Survivors and Caregivers Lap

Relay

9:00 pm Luminaria

Saturday

Noon Closing Ceremonies

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 Berkshire County call Mahsoun Choudhury at (413) 493-2122 or email him at mahsoun.choudhury@cancer.org.

For more information about the benefiting programs go to cancer.org.

Relay for Life Berkshires thanks the following businesses for their generous support:

Berkshire Bank Foundation Inc
Berkshire Health Systems
Guido’s Fresh Marketplace
Pittsfield Cooperative Bank
Rock Business Solutions
W.D. Hewins & Sons
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Camp Jewell Bug Juice 5K Fun Run/Walk

The Camp Jewell Bug Juice 5K Fun Run/Walk, 8th Annual will be held Saturday, June 16, 2018 at Camp Jewell YMCA, 6 Prock Hill Road, Colebrook, CT 06021.

The 5K will travel scenic trails on Camp Jewell’s 54 acres as well as winding country roads. The race will be timed by Greystone Racing. No pets please.

Pre-register online at campjewell.org/funrun or find mail in forms at greystoneracing.net. Pre-registration ends June 1st.

Free T shirts to the first 100 registrants by June 1st.

Here are the entry fees: 5K – $20 until June 1st                                                                                                                                              From June 1st to Race day $25.                                                                                                 Families of  3 or more living in same household $60. New this year- teams with themed costumes encouraged to register (prizes for best).

There is child watching available during race.

Race day schedule:

8:00 am Check in, late registration

9:00 am 5K Trail Run/Walk

10:00 am Awards and fun activities including obstacle course, canoeing, hayrides and more until noon.

Buffet lunch available for $5.

Awards to top male and female overall finishers as well as top finishers under 50 minutes in each of six age categories. And prizes to best team costumes.

Proceeds from the race will benefit Camp Jewell YMCA’s Annual Campaign which “enables hundreds of kids who would otherwise never have the opportunity, to experience the joys of summer camp”.

For more race information call Samantha at (860) 379-2782.

To learn more about Camp Jewell visit campjewell.org.

A special thank you to CCUSA and the Lion’s Club of Colebrook for their generosity!

 

 

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Hopped Up for Health 5K/12K and 50 Mile Ride

Hopped Up for Health 5K/12K and 50 Mile Ride will be held on Saturday, June 16, 2018 at Big Elm Brewing, 65 Silver Street, Sheffield, MA 01257. This is the event’s second year. The race includes a 5K, 5K for 12 year olds and under, 12K and, new this year, a 50 Mile Bike Ride (non-competitive) which includes a Strava route.

Pre-register for the runs online or get mail in forms at berkshirerunningcenter.com. You can also register on race day for an additional fee. Mail forms with check to:                                    Volunteers in Medicine, Berkshires                                                                                                                         777 Main St. Suite 4                                                                                                                                                              Great Barrington, MA 01230

50 Mile Bike register ONLINE ONLY (no race day signup for bikers) at bikereg.com/hopped-up-for-health-50-mile-ride.

T shirts to the first 200 registrants, both running and biking.

Entry fees are as follows:

12K Hill Challenge pre-registration $40 , race day $45

5K pre- reg. $25, race day $30.

5K 12 year olds and under $15 (no T-shirt)

50 Mile Bike $45 (pre-registration only). Deadline 5:00 pm, May 15th.

Race day schedule is as follows:

8:00 am- 9:30 am Registration, race day signup

9:00 am Bike Race starts.

10:00 am 5K Run begins

Awards , music, food vendors including pirogues, handmade sausages and more, as well as limited free massages after the races.

Prizes awarded to top male and female finishers in seven age categories. One free Big Elm beer for each entrant 21 years and older.

Proceeds from the race will benefit Volunteers in Medicine Berkshires, a nonprofit with offices in Great Barrington, MA which provides free medical, dental and other healthcare services to qualified uninsured residents of Berkshire County.

For more information about Volunteers In Medicine visit vimberkshires.org.

For more race information email jbliss@vimberkshires.org or call (413) 528-4014 or visit berkshirerunningcenter.com or email bigelmbrewing@gmail.com.

Thank you to these generous     sponsors:                                                                                                                        Lee Bank                                                                                                                                                                                               Big Elm Brewing                                                                                                                                                        Volunteers in Medicine                                                                                                                                            Donald C. McGraw Foundation                                                                                                                                   Elizabeth and Robert L.W. McGraw                                                                                                                                Black Rock Foundation

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Relay For Life of Columbia County

The Relay For Life of Columbia County will be held on Friday June 15, 2018 starting at 6:00 pm Friday at Columbia-Greene Community College, 4400 NY 23, Hudson, NY.

Although the time spans may vary (anywhere from six to 24 hours), the schedule for all of the Relay for Life events pretty much follows a standard format. Relays include an Opening Ceremony followed by the Survivors Lap, the Caregivers Lap, the Luminaria Ceremony and Closing Ceremony.

The schedule of events is as follows:

4:00 pm Registration

6:00 pm event begins

Opening Ceremony

Survivors Lap and Caregivers Lap

1/2 hour after dusk Luminaria Ceremony

Closing Ceremony ( time to be determined)

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.

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.”

To learn more about the Columbia County Relay For Life contact Nick Liporace at nick.liporace@cancer.org or call him at (518) 220-6925.

For more information about the programs benefiting from the Relay visit cancer.org.

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The Peach Hill Park 2nd Annual 5K Walk/Run

The Peach Hill Park 2nd Annual 5K Walk/Run, will be held Sunday, June 3, 2018 at Peach Hill Park, 32 Edgewood Drive, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603.

This is a challenging 5K cross-country run or walk with awesome views. This is a rain or shine event. Please, no dogs, bikes or baby/jogging strollers.

Pre-register online at peach-hill-park.org or find mail in forms at mhrrc.org (click on Peach Hill race flyer).

Early bird entry fee is $20 if registered by May 18th- $25 thereafter and on race day.

T shirts guaranteed to early bird registrants.

Race day schedule:

7:30 am Bib pick up and race day sign up.

9:00 am 5K walk/Run begins

Awards ceremony and refreshments after race

Prizes to top overall finishers, male and female as well as top finishers in age groups.

All proceeds benefit Peach Hill Park, a 159 acre preserve with “trails to explore diverse habitats and ecology, wetlands, traditional agriculture, geology and local history”.

For more race information email peachhillpark@gmail.com.

To learn more about Peach Hill Park visit peach-hill-park.org.

Thank you to our 2017 sponsors Stewart’s Shops and Wilklow Farms!

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