Month Flat Week Day

Crosswinds 5K

Sat. 1 Sep, 2018 8:30 am

This 5K Run/Walk is a community outreach event to benefit the Patient Special Needs Fund of the Sands Cancer Center at UR Medicine Thompson Health in Canandaigua, NY. This fund is used to help cancer patients pay for supplies and procedures that are not covered by health insurance; thus improving their quality of life.

The Race starts at Crosswinds Wesleyan church on Middle Cheshire Rd, runners will head north to Bristol St, turn right to South Pearl St, turn right to Parrish Rd, turn left and immediate right onto  West Lake Rd, turn Right on Peg Rayburn Way, right on Middle Cheshire Rd and left into the church parking lot.

Saftey will be provided by the Canandaigua Police Dept., Ontario County Sheriff, volunteer road marshalls and volunteer medical staff.

A water stop will be provided at the halfway point and water with refreshments will be available at the finish line

Timing provided by PCR Timing 

Rush-Henrietta Kicking Hunger 5K

Sat. 1 Sep, 2018 1:00 pm

The Rush-Henrietta Rotary Club, in conjunction with the Rush-Henrietta Area Food Terminal (RHAFT) and the Town of Henrietta Recreation Department, invite you to participate in the 2nd annual Rush-Henrietta Kicking Hunger 5K in Henrietta, NY. This race will take place on June 1st, 2019, at and around the Town of Henrietta Recreation Center located at 605 Calkins Road. Changes to this year's race include an earlier race date, to allow for participation of RHCSD students through the Sherman Elementary Run Club. and the goal of providing a USATF certified course for runners and walkers. Several other minor adjustments either have or will be made to build on the overwhelmingly positive feedback received after the 2018 race. 

The purpose of this race is to bring awareness and provide tangible solutions to the issue of hunger in our community, as well as continuing the tradition of promoting exercise and family-centered events in our town. Last year we were able to raise over $3,000 and collect hundreds of non-persihable food items to be used for the Rush-Henrietta Kicking Hunger Summer Food Program. This program was started three years ago by RHCSD staff with the aim of providing food for local families over the summer months. This past summer the program helped to provide groceries for over 200 families in the RH community. The money raised was also able to help provide support for other community food and student-centered programs through RHAFT. 

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