Sat, Oct 28, 2017
Wicked Walk- Fun Run/Walk for All Ages and Abilities
Ghouls and Goblins will run amuck on All Hallows Eve. Take heed, for you never know what lurks in the deep of Pennessewassee. All those who dare, beware of the wicked weird and totally freaky you might happen to meet. So run fast but not too far for the end is near— The question here is quite clear….will you find a trick or treat this year?
Join the brave at heart on October 28, 2017 at the Norway Town office for the Third Annual Wicked Weird and Totally Freaky Trick or Treat Trot by the Lake 5k/10k. This all ages and abilities event is sure to be bigger and better and weirder than the last!
10k male and female winners
5k male and female winners
10k male and female in each age divisions: 5 to 15, 16 to 25, 26 to 35, 36 to 45, 46 to 55+
5k male and female in each age divisions: 5 to 15, 16 to 25, 26 to 35, 36 to 45, 46 to 55+
Best Costume (group or individual)
Registration starts at 8:00, the 10k will kick off at 9:00, 5k will kick off 9:15 and the Wicked Walk will start at 9:25am. Join us after the races for entertainment and prizes for the top 5k/10k racers.
In 1985 The Progress Center Incorporated and today serves over 250 children, families and adults who experience disabilities in 49 communities in four counties in Maine. Located in the picturesque hills of Oxford County, The Progress Center has a proud history of supporting those in need. In addition to adult and children’s services, The Progress Center started the Community Kitchen in 2008. Our soup kitchen currently feeds, on average, 200 patrons for free every Thursday evening. As a non-profit organization we rely on our funders, sponsors and supporters to continue our mission which is “to promote independence and freedom of choice for the individuals we serve”. By joining our 5k/10k you are sure to have a wicked good time getting fit and looking fabulous in your Halloween best all the while support a great cause. Visit: www.progressleftmaine.org to learn more about The Progress Center and how you can help.