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Knights of Columbus to host first annual road race “Race To Serve 2021” 9/6

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The Knights of Columbus (Council 2048) is pleased to announce its first annual road race “Race To Serve 2021” on September 6, starting at 9am, at the Holy Rosary Parish, 189 North Main Street.

Race To Serve is a family-focused road race that encourages walkers and runners, individuals or teams, of any age. Awards will be given out for the largest team registration, largest donor team, individual (non-sponsor), and fastest participant per age group.

1st place Medal Winners will receive $200, 2nd place Medal Winners – $150, 3rd place Medal Winners – $100, 4th place Winners – $50.

There will also be a free Fun Race and other games and activities for kids ages 7 and under.

Visit the website below to register. The first 200 participants will receive a free t-shirt. T-shirts are also available for $20. Credit cards, cash, and checks accepted.

https://raceroster.com/events/2021/50142/race-to-serve


Schedule of events:
Pre-Registration: before Midnight September 3, 2021
Packets can be picked up starting at 7:30-8:30AM on race day
5K Race • Age 13 and Over: Pre-Registration for $25
5K Race • Age 13 and Over: Same Day Registration for $35
5K Race • Age 12 and Under: $10
Kids Fun Run, Games and Fun House • Age 7 and Under: FREE


Proceeds from Race to Serve 2021 directly support the Knights of Columbus, Council 2048 of Rochester, and their charitable works. See below for a complete list of charitable causes:

Make A Wish NH Foundation, Kairos Prison Ministry, NH Special Olympics, St. Elizabeth Seton School, Pease Greeters, Homeless Center Strafford County, The Monarch School of New England, Coats for Kids, The Rochester Veterans Council, Options for Women, The Share Fund, Rochester Grange, Homeless Shelter, Gerry’s Food Pantry, Roger Allen Baseball, Kidney Transplant / Dialysis Fund, Colleen Hills Needy Families, College Student Scholarships, Salvation Army Seminarian Support, Leave No Neighbor Behind, Priest & Deacon Appreciation, Rochester Child Care, Food for The Poor Fruit Baskets for The Sick, We Care Food Pantry, End 68 Hours of Hunger, The Daughters of Mary Mother of Healing, Love My Turn Inc – Care for Children, and many more.

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