- Join more than 500 participants as they
tie bells to their sneakers and run through the streets of beautiful
Metuchen, NJ (right over the Outerbridge Crossing) in support of
children and adults living with arthritis. This fun, festive event
includes and pasta lunch or “grab-n-go” with a Fun Dash Santa
Chase for kids 12 & Under. Register at HTTP://MCJBR.KINTERA.ORG
- The Friends of Cumston Hall host
the second annual Apple Fest 5K that takes place during the height of
central Maine’s foliage season. Participants can enjoy running,
jogging, or walking along the beautiful residential streets of
Monmouth on a course that begins and ends at historic Cumston Hall.
The timing of the race is designed to kick off the annual Monmouth
Apple Fest, a family-friendly day celebrating the town of Monmouth and
the apples that historically have supported the small rural town.
Register by September 16th to get a t-shirt http://www.cumstonhall.org/
- National Safety Council 6 hour
Defensive Driving Classes at
Moore Catholic H.S.
100 Merrill Ave,
Staten Island., N.Y. 10314
718-606-7150 or 718-608-9451
Save on auto insurance/ reduce points - http://moore10314.tripod.com
or for auto-reply of schedule and information, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Attention Running Clubs and High School teams:
If any club or group is interested in a performance enhancement presentation
please get in touch with me. As a community service, I'd be willing to give
the presentation for free. I've given the same lecture at the US Olympic
training center in Lake Placid. Expect to be enpowered with knowledge and
motived to perform at your greatest capablities.
Dr. Shawn Williams
As you may have noticed over the past 10 years, there have been amateur
radio operators supporting various events with safety and logistics
communications. We are the people with the orange hats acting as split timers,
shadowing race officials, helping with set up crews, etc at races like Memorial
Day/Boardwalk Run, Al Ronaldson Run, Pepper Martin Run, SI Half Marathon,
NYC Marathon, etc. If you would like help with any other event, please feel
free to contact us. Our services are absolutely free and it provides us with
the ability to practice so that we are ready with communications in case
of another 9/11, Blackout or other emergency.
We are the NYC Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Service. We are your
neighbors. Let us help you to stage a successful event.
Call 718-876-7929 or email at