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Survivors at the 2013 Family Fun 5K Run/Walk
Lori Decker and the Miles of Hope 5K Event Committee would like to thank all our fantastic sponsors, volunteers, vendors, and those who donated anything and everything (food, gift certificates, raffle items, etc.) to make our 10th anniversary a success. We raised almost $20,000, thanks to everyone who helped and participated. We would also like to thank the Town of Union Vale Town Board and Rob Mattes, Director of Parks & Recreation, for letting us use beautiful Tymor Park as our venue since 2009.
Photo shows survivors and number of years of survivorship in parentheses:
Back Row, left to right: Sarah Herman (5), Connie Haven (11), JoAnn Dourdis (16), Dina Scecchitano (7), Donna Milano (5), Bernadette Pikul (4)
Front Row, left to right: Sheila St. Onge (1), Joan Matheis (1.5), Diane White (1 – 2013 Honoree), Lynne Kopac (10), Sue D’Angelo (4.5)
The weather at Tymor Park in LaGrangeville was perfect for the 2013 Family Fun 5K Run/Walk!
Photos are available:
The Fun 5K Run/Walk couldn’t happen without the support of dedicated volunteers who devote their time and energy to making this event a success, and we are very grateful for their help. We are also very grateful to the members of the Mid-Hudson Road Runners Club and the vendors, contributors and sponsors for their help and support. Race results are posted on the MHRRC website
. First Place went to Mike Chow, and First Place Female was 14-year-old Ariane Garrett [photo
The 2013 Family Fun 5K Run/Walk, sponsored by the Mid-Hudson Road Runners Club with all proceeds benefiting Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation, will take place on Saturday, April 27, 2013 at Tymor Park in LaGrangeville [map].
There will be a one-mile run for kids 4-12 starting at 10:00 a.m. The 5K walk/run for all ages starts at 10:30 a.m. Register now!
This will be a family event with all kinds of activities: face painting, 50/50 raffle, basket and gift certificate raffles, and vendors. Free massage therapy will also be available. Awards in the 5K for first overall female and male, as well as 1st, 2nd, 3rd places in each age category. Medals for first, second, and third place in kids 1 mile race.
Entry fees: 5K – $22 ($27 on Race Day) — 1 mile Kids – FREE if pre-registered ($10 on race day)
Online registration is available now at the Mid-Hudson Road Runner’s Club website.
Click to download the flier for complete details.
If you have questions, email email@example.com.
If you would like to volunteer, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tribute Mile Markers are available for a $50 donation. Mile Marker signs are displayed during the race in honor of, or in memory of, a friend or loved one who has battled breast cancer. Click to order a Mile Marker. Mile Marker information must be submitted by April 18, 2013.
Sponsorships are available in amounts ranging up from $250. Click to read more about the sponsorship program. The deadline for sponsorship information is April 18, 2013.
You can make a donation online at the Mid-Hudson Road Runners’ Club website. All proceeds go to Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation.
While we greatly prefer online registration, if you wish to register via mail, you can download the flier/entry form.
Photos of last year’s Fun Run!
Miles of Hope supports families touched by breast cancer. At the Family Fun Run, survivors are honored in various ways.
This photo shows the survivors from the 2012 Family Fun Run. The parentheses shows the number of years cancer free for each survivor. If there is “Honoree” following a name, than that person is one of three honorees at this year’s 2012 MOH 5K.
Family Fun Run Survivors 2012. Photo by Deb Pierantozzi.
Top Row (left to right):
Connie Haven (10), Rebecca Withers (3), Laura McKenna (3), Deb Fox (11), Diane White (1), JoAnn Dourdis (15) HONOREE, Maria Lee (8), Annie Rowe (1), Sandra Gentile (2), Nidia Santana (12), Donna Milano (4), Dana Effron (17)
Middle Row (left to right):
Carla Bailey (1), Mary Ritter (1) HONOREE, Bernadette Pikul (3), Joan Matheis (7 months), Donna Santini (9) HONOREE, Lynne Kopac (9)
Bottom Row (left to right):
Samantha Scotti (1), Keri Sisson (1).
Photo by Deb Pierantozzi. For questions, contact Bob Kopac at email@example.com or (845) 656-9511.
More photos are in the Miles of Hope Photo Gallery, on Shutterfly (Bob Kopac, Deb Pierantozzi) and on Facebook.
Family Fun Run 2012
Thanks to everyone who came to the 2012 Family Fun 5K Run!
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Photos are available in the Miles of Hope Photo Gallery and on Shutterfly (Bob Kopac, Deb Pierantozzi).
The survivor group photo has been posted.
Times are posted on the MHRRC website.
Miles of Hope Thanks Volunteers, Vendors and Supporters
It takes much effort on the part of many dedicated volunteers, vendors, and contributors to result in a successful Miles of Hope race. Many thanks to all of these who devoted so much energy and time to making this event a success. We appreciate your support of local families touched by breast cancer.
Laurissa Agosta (5K Committee)
Nicole Alger and the Marathon Project
Letter to the Editor of the Poughkeepsie Journal from Lori Cassia-Decker
Published May 26, 2011
The Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation held its 8th annual Family Fun 5K Run/Walk and kids race on April 30 at Tymor Park in Union Vale. A record-setting 408 5K participants and 44 kids enjoyed the music, food, vendors and awards.
I want to thank the Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation 5K Committee (Laurissa Agosta, Tammy Bender, Alison Christenson, Sue D’Angelo, Christine Honig, Bob and Lynne Kopac, Sarah Long, Debbie Pierantozzi, Allan Scherr, Bernadette Pikul (this year’s honoree), Heidi Selteneck, Andra Strudler, Mary Veltre), our sponsors (ABC Corporate Awards, Assogna Endodontic Specialty Group, Mark Bolger – 97.7 FM, Civil Air Patrol, Country Grove Limousine, Jeffrey Feldman Attorney-at-Law, Four Dogs Playing Poker, Greenbaum Optometry, Hands-On Wellness Massage, House of Nutrition, Hudson Valley Perinatal Consulting Services, iRUNLIKEAGIRL, Bob and Lynne Kopac, Mid-Hudson Medical Group, Mid-Hudson Road Runners Club, MVP Health Care, Pulse Cycling and Fitness, River City Abstract, Rivkin Radler, Road ID, the Scherr family, Ellen Smith Life/Health Coach, Starbucks – Arlington Store, Sun Up Enterprises, the Tuccillo family, Terry Wood Handcrafted Jewelry), the vendors, the wonderful volunteers (for a complete list, go to www.mhrrc.org/News/View.aspx?Articleid=462), and all the participants for making a difference in the lives of the families of our community. Each of you has touched their lives by showing your support through your hard work, dedication and sponsorship.
More than $21,000 was raised to help families affected by breast cancer in the Hudson Valley.