Monday January 1, 2018
Wheelchair Participants welcome!
The Showcase for 90 year old legends that run, compete, inspire!
James Zeoli, First Selectman of the Town of Orange
Jane Opper and Linda Cohen
(203) 795-9351 (203) 387-0205
WARREN STREET SOCIAL & ATHLETIC CLUB
The Connecticut Chapter of Warren Street. New York City
Trophiess by Custom Engraving of Branford will be given to the first overall
finishers (male/female) and
to the top three males and top three females in each age group. No duplication of awards.
12 & Under; 13-15; 16-19; 20-29; 30-39; 40-49; 50-59; 60-69; 70-79; 80-89, 90+
Finisher Ribbons for Walkers!
FEATURES & HIGHLIGHTS
EARLY PACKET PICKUP AND LATE REGISTRATION
FRIDAY DECEMBER 29, 2017
HIGH PLAINS COMMUNITY CENTER - 525 ORANGE CENTER ROAD, ORANGE, CT
9:00AM - 1:00PM
In the event of
inclement weather causing unsafe road conditions
the race organizers reserve the right to cancel the race.
CHECK THIS WEBSITE FOR WEATHER UPDATES
PDF FILE - ADOBE READER REQUIRED
FOR INFORMATION CALL
Joe Riccio (203) 481-7453
Linda Cohen (203) 387-0205
Jane Opper (203) 795-9351
$22.00 Pre-reg by December 16, 2017
Special $12 Early Entry Fee For Those 12 & Under
$27.00 After & Race Day (12 & Under $15)
$12 Pre- Reg By December 16, 2017
$15.00 After & Race Day
Online Registration available until midnight
Monday December 26th!
REGISTER NOW ON LINE!
CLICK HERE TO PRINT MAIL IN APPLICATION
Runners are asked NOT
to warm up or cool down on Orange Center Road.
They are encouraged to run on High Plains Road or on the property of the Community Center.
Parking is NOT permitted in the start area
From I-95: Exit 41 go North on Marsh Hill
Road. Go through two lights. Take a left at first stop sign onto Old Tavern Road. Take a
right at first light onto Orange Center Road.
High Plains Community Center is approx 1/2 mile on the right.
From Merritt Pakway: Exit 57 take Route 34
East. Take right at first light onto Orange Center Road.
High Plains Community Center is two miles on the left.
525 Orange Center Road, Orange, CT
To benefit the Amity Teen Center, Inc. Building Fund. The mission of the Amity Teen Center is to provide a safe place where area teens can meet and socialize in a drug free and alcohol free supervised environment. Proceeds from this event will help to fund a permament location for the Amity Teen Center.
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