The Catch*A*Rae 5K Run/Walk and Kids Fun Run will be held Sunday, September 22, 2019 at Red Hook High School, 103 W. Market St., Red Hook, NY 12571.
The event is organized by the Onteora Running Club.
The race, named in honor of Alexandra Rae Gravino, includes a 5K run/walk, 1 mile student run and kids races.
Pre-registration by Sept. 18th
5K and 1 Mile – Adults $25; Students $15
Kids Races $5
5K and 1 Mile – Adults $30; Students $25
Kids Races $5
For a registration form go here: http://www.onteorarunners.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Catch-a-Rae-Run-application-2019-v1.0.pdf
Free T shirts to the first 250 registrants for the 5K and 1 Mile races only.
Race Day Schedule:
7:30 – 8:45 am Registration
9:00 am 5K Run and 5K Fun Walk begin
10:00 am 1 Mile Student’s race begins
10:15 am Kids Races begin
Proceeds from the event will benefit Action for Alex which funds the Alexandra Rae Gravino Arts and Athletics Scholarship.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to our 2017 sponsors:
A Step A Head
Angela J. Maier-Lore, Esq.
Bay Horse Gazebos & Barns
Burnett – White Funeral Homes
Catskill Art Supply
Cavallo Fine Jewelry
CJ’s Friends Helping Friends
Cokertown Springs, Inc
Dutchess County Sheriff
EA Content Services
Enzo’s Ristorante & Pizza
Freedom Propane Corp
Fully Loaded Performance
IXL Health & Fitness
J & J’s Gourmet
Mondello Upstate Properties, LLC
MOST Physical Therapy
Nourish Juice Bar
Red Hook Fire Company
Red Hook Golf Club
Red Hook Plumbing & Heating, Inc
Red Hook Police Department
Ross Family Dental
Ruge’s Automotive, Inc.
Schmaling Glass, Inc
Steven M. Melley, PLLC
T.C.S. Spring Water
Tivoli Fire Department
Village Pizza III
Williams Lumber & Home Centers
Yum Yum Noodle Bar
The Friends of Moe 10th Annual Golf Tournament will be held Sunday, September 22, 2019 at the Egremont Country Club in Great Barrington, MA.
The tournament is a four- person, gross and handicap scramble format. There is a two-putt maximum. If all four team members miss the first putt, the second putt is good. Otherwise, typical scramble rules apply.
The entry fee is $110 per person which includes green fees, cart, lunch, on-course contests, awards and dinner. Contests include hole in one, closest to the pin, longest drive, most accurate drive and more. There will also be a putting and chipping contest as well as a raffle.
Entry to the tournament is by pre-registration only, but the event always fills up, so register early by calling Randy Koldys at (413) 717-0606 or email him at email@example.com.
The tournament day schedule is as follows:
10:00 am Registration
11:00 am Shotgun start
Bagged lunch provided
Dinner and awards
All proceeds from the tournament will benefit local people suffering from cancer and other serious illnesses. In the tournament’s last nine years, $142,000 has been raised. This year, organizers hope to raise $20,000 to aid three individuals.
The Friends of Moe Golf Tournament was organized to honor Maureen “Moe” Snyder who passed away in 2003 after a battle with leukemia. Her life inspired some of her friends to start this tournament as a way to both honor her memory and raise funds to help those similarly afflicted.
Because of the number of people involved in this tournament, organizers consider it a community event as much as a tournament.
For more information about the tournament, again, call Randy at (413) 717-0606.
The Norfolk Land Trust 5K & 10K Trail Races will be held Sunday, September 22, 2019 at Barbour Woods, 31 Lovers Lane, Norfolk, CT 06058.
The event, which is USATF- sanctioned, hosts both a 5K and 10K race. The 10K , which courses up Haystack Mountain, is an extended loop of the 5K.
The entry fee for both 5K and 10K races is $35 if registered by 8:00 pm, Sept. 20th when online registration closes. Race day entry fee is $40.
Long-sleeved Tech shirt to first 125 registrants.
Go to norfolklandtrust.org to register online.
Race day schedule is as follows:
10:30 am Registration and bib pick up
12 noon 10K race begins
12:15 pm 5K race begins
Post-race party and awards. Free chili for entrants at Infinity Hall and receive free pint glass from Big Elm Brewing.
Prizes awarded to top three overall winners, male and female, and first male and female in each of seven age categories. Winners must be present to receive awards.
Race proceeds benefit the Norfolk Land Trust, which is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to the preservation of natural heritage and open space in Norfolk, CT.
For more information including course description or to register visit norfolklandtrust.org.
WALK Into the Future, presented by Construct Inc., will be held Sunday, September 22, 2019, at Ski Butternut, 380 State Road, Great Barrington, MA.
This year’s event features two distances, both ending at the Great Barrington Courthouse- a 3.2 mile WALK which starts at Ski Butternut and a one mile WALK will start at Great Barrington Courthouse .
The entry fee is $25 per person, but registrants are also encouraged to raise funds themselves or as part of a team- find details when you register.
You can sign up three different ways. Online -go to: www.constructinc.org, click “Register For The WALK”, then click “Register”. Or pick up forms at 41 Mahaiwe St., Great Barrington, MA. Or you can register at Ski Butternut or the Great Barrington Court house the day of the WALK.
The WALK day schedule is as follows:
There will be 2 start points this year; the original start point at Ski Butternut and the second start point will be at the Great Barrington Court House located at 9 Gilmore Ave in Great Barrington as well.
Both start points have registration and will start at the same time 1:00 PM
12:30 pm Registration at both locations
1:00 pm WALK begins
Music and entertainment at Start point, refreshments after the WALK at the End point
Dogs are welcome but must be licensed and leashed.
For more information call Lisa Henriques at (413) 429-4433 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proceeds from the event will benefit Construct which “provides comprehensive housing support, educational services and a continuum of related services to low and moderate income persons in the south Berkshire region.”
The Benedictine Health Foundation Bike for Cancer Care and 5K Run/Walk will be held Sunday, September 22, 2019, at Dietz Stadium, 170 Front St., Kingston, NY.
This is the 16th annual running of the event which includes a three-course non-competitive bike ride and both a non-competitive and timed 5K run/walk. The various courses run through the historic Stockade District of Uptown Kingston.
The bike ride offers 12, 25 and 50 mile distances.
The entry fee is $15 per person before September 1 and $25 per person after. Entrants are also encouraged to fundraise to help reach the $115,000 goal.
There will be breakfast and post-event lunch, ice cream, awards and entertainment.
Prizes will be awarded to the top three individual and team fundraisers.
The event is held in memory of both Robert D. Cook and Anita Williams Peck.
To register visit bikeforcancer.org.
Event Day Schedule:
7:45 am Registration
8:30 am 50 Mile Ride
10:00 am 25 Mile Ride
10:30 am 12 Mile Ride and 5K run
Proceeds from the event will benefit the Rosemary D. Gruner Memorial Cancer Fund which helps cancer patients and their families.
For more information call (845) 481-1303 or email Bernadette Rexford at email@example.com.
Thank you to these generous sponsors:
94.3 – 97.3 The Wolf
Stewart’s Shops Dake Family
Ryan & Ryan Insurance Brokers
Marshall Sterling Insurance
Ulster Community College Foundation
Special thanks to corporate sponsors:
M & T Bank
Mid-Hudson Federal Credit Union
Orthopedic Associates of Dutchess County
Rondout Savings Bank
Ulster Savings Bank