Mull-Morial Day 5K Beach Run/Walk

1 Mile

Event Date

Sun, May 28, 2017

Address

Avalon, NJ

Pricing

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5K Run

$25 $25 Closed

1 Mile Fun Run/Walk

$25 $25 Closed

About This Activity

8th Annual Mull-Morial Day 5K Beach Run/Walk

WHEN:   MAY 28, 2017 at 8:30am for 5k & 1 Mile Walk
WHERE:  30th Street & the Beach 

Begin the day with a scenic 5k run/walk on the beautiful beaches of Avalon, NJ. The race will begin at 8:30 a.m. at 30th Street beach where participants will run along the water to 58th Street and back. Awards will be distributed to the top male and female runners in their age bracket.  

ONLINE / ADVANCED ENTRY FEE 
Individual: $30
Family (Up to 4 participants): $90

Online registration closes on 5/26/17 at 8pm

ONSITE ENTRY FEE
Individual: $35
Family (Up to 4 participants): $100

 
PACKET PICKUP AND ONSITE REGISTRATION 
Saturday, May 27th  --  6:00 - 7:30pm    //     Sunday, May 28th  --  7:00 - 8:00am 
Avalon Community Center
3001 Avalon Avenue -- Avalon, NJ 

 

Please note: Packet pickup will end PROMPTLY at 8:00am to ensure that all runners/walkers (and staff!) get to the start line on time. 

 

In Honor and Loving Memory of Matthew Mullin 1983-2009
Established in 2009, the Matthew Mullin Memorial Foundation is dedicated to supporting charitable organizations that provide care and support for children in need and their families. These efforts not only make a significant and positive difference for those it supports, but also helps pay tribute to Matt’s love of life. Since its inception only eights years ago, the MMM Foundation has raised and distributed more than $100,000 to its partner charities. Those funds collected were able to sponsor summer vacations for visually impaired children at the Jersey Shore; assist a cancer stricken four year-old girl and her family; and most recently, a six year old boy who is waiting for a heart and double lung transplant.  The 2017 charity partner is Friend in Need, a New Jersey-based non-profit helping local families stricken by a medical crisis with financial support.

 

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