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21st Annual Putnam County Fall Classic Half Marathon & 5K
Sun, Sep 7, 2014
About This Activity
Enjoy a beautiful and scenic course with a mix of paved and dirt roads. Pre & post race refreshments. All registered participants in the race will receive an event T-shirt and goodie bag! Activities and Music for All Ages & All Abilities and kids activities ongoing throughout registration and the race.
As always the proceeds from this wonderful event will be donated to support the continued development of the Opportunity League Park in the town of Southeast.
Hudson Valley Cerebral Palsy’s commitment to the community has always been to provide individuals who experience disabilities with lasting opportunities and choices that promote health, independence, inclusion, and an enhanced quality of life. Central to their efforts is the philosophy that all people, regardless of age or ability, want and deserve the same opportunities, and that providing them in an accessible and respectful way is the responsibility of any enlightened community. The Opportunity League was realized to breathe life into these efforts.
The mission of the Opportunity League is to promote health, physical fitness, wellness, independence, and an enhanced quality of life through inclusive fitness programs, including recreation and sports competition for people of all abilities and all ages, in community based, and accessible multi-use parks.
The Opportunity League Parks will be universally designed and community based to include modified and typical sports fields, age appropriate accessible play, formal and informal exercise equipment, learning environments, and community gathering places.
In the hope of building community partnership though outreach, education, and training, The Opportunity League plans to spark cultural change by encouraging community sensitivity to people who experience disabilities. The open promotion of cultural diversity, understanding, and acceptance of individual difference, as well as the encouragement of self-esteem and improved self image will all contribute to an enhanced quality of life for those in our community who face disabilities, as well as offer new levels of understanding and acceptance for those in our community who do not.
Event details and schedule
50 Main St, Brewster, NY 8 am Registration, 9 am Race Start
If you Cannot or Do Not register online, you may still register on the morning of the Race:
RACE DAY REGISTRATION: Adults $35, Youth (under 18) $25
CATEGORIES & AWARDS: Overall awards will be given to the first, second and third place male and female runners in both the Half Marathon and 5K. Age group awards will be given for both races to the top three male and female runners in each of the following age categories: Under 20, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 and up.
Metro North Travelers: Take the train from Grand Central to Brewster.
Participants on the 5:39 am train will arrive at 7:26 am
Take the 6:25 am train to arrive a 8:15 am
The Race Event Tent is Directly across the street from the Brewster Metro North Station!
TIMING AND ASSISTANCE PROVIDED BY
THE WESTCHESTER ROAD RUNNER
The Westchester Road Runner has been serving the running and triathlon communities for 30 years
For more information or if you have any questions, please contact Maria, 845-878-9078 x. 4115 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
HVCPA is a tax exempt organization pursuant to Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Copies of the most recent annual report of HVCPA may be obtained upon request.