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4th Annual JCC Murray Lender 5K Bagel Run & Kids Run

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4th Annual JCC Murray Lender 5K Bagel Run & Kids Run

Time: September 21, 2014 from 8am to 10:30am
Location: JCC of Greater New Haven
Street: 360 Amity Road
City/Town: Woodbridge
Website or Map: http://jccnh.org/bagel-run.as…
Phone: 203-387-2522
Event Type: 5k, run, running, active, sports, athletic, family, kids, children, bagel, jcc
Organized By: Susan Donovan
Latest Activity: Sep 19, 2014

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Event Description

Sunday, September 21, 8-10:30am
USA Track & Field certified 5K course winding through the beautiful
residential neighborhoods of Woodbridge, CT on Sept. 21, 2014.

* Bib tag timing with both chip and gun times.
* Plethora of post race food and activities. (and Bagels!)
* Age group awards three deep in 10 year age groups and Athena and
Clydesdale

All proceeds benefit the JCC Fitness Center of Greater New Haven.

EVENT SCHEDULE:
Online Registration Active.com ends 9/20 11:59pm
(http://www.active.com/woodbridge-ct/running/distance-running-races/jcc-murr
ay-lender-5k-bagel-run-2014
)
$20 early registration and $25 day-of registration.
8 AM - Race Day registration and packet pick-up opens
8:45 AM - Kids Run begins ($5)
9:30 AM - 5K Bagel Run begins

Starting Line: 360 Amity Rd., Woodbridge, CT
Rain or Shine

Presented by Marcum

To Sponsor, please contact Tanya Weinberg at 203-387-2522 ext. 216 or
tanyaw@jccnh.org
Location: JCC, 360 Amity Rd., Woodbridge, CT 06525
Contact: Susan Donovan, susand@jccnhg.org203-387-2522
url: http://jccnh.org/bagel-run.aspx
https://www.facebook.com/Jcc5kBagelRun

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