9th ANNUAL LAWYERS FOR KIDS 5K
A warm July night promises a lot of fun, fast times and great amenities at the 9th Annual Lawyers For Kids 5K which will be held on the roads of Morris Township. It's a " bring the whole family" event as a two mile walk and a Kids' Gallop are also on tap. The Morris County Bar Association Foundation is organizing this event to benefit the Court Appointed Special Advocates of Morris and Sussex Counties (CASA).
Terrific amenities are in store including a
fun t-shirt, summertime snacks, The Impostors Band and random prizes. The course is fast
(one challenging hill) has minimal turns, course clocks and two water stops.
If you're anywhere near 287, 24, 80 or 78 you won't have far to
travel.....So join us for an enjoyable summer night 5K.
DATE: Thursday, July 11, 2013
USATF- NBGP 500 Points
From Route 124 EAST or WEST: Proceed to South Street ( Route 601 ). Cross over Rt. 287. After Traffic light, make LEFT onto Woodland Avenue. Follow*** above.
FROM I-287 SOUTHBOUND: Exit 35. At traffic light at end of ramp, make RIGHT onto Madison Avenue. LEFT at light onto South Street. Go through one traffic light. Make LEFT onto Woodland Avenue. Follow *** above.
Race day cell....908-902-8587
RACE DIRECTOR: Mark Zenobia
RESULTS: www.compuscore.com using the ChronoTrack D-Tag Scoring System
AGE GROUPS: 5 Years
NUMBER OF FINISHERS: 2006 - 328, 2007 - 412, 2008 414, 2009 - 417, 2010 - 353, 2011 - 375, 2012 - 343
The Morris County Bar Foundation and the Court Appointed Special Advocates of Morris and Sussex Counties, Inc. (“CASA”) will divide the net profits from the Lawyers for Kids 5K.
The Morris County Bar Foundation is the charitable arm of the Morris County Bar Association, a 1200 member organization of attorneys who practice or live in Morris County. We serve the community through our legal clinics, fellowships and grants for needy law school students, fundraising on behalf of the community-based organizations, financial grants to area non-profits with programs related to the law, and seminars for local residents to provide information about the law.
CASA is a not-for-profit organization that advocates for the rights of abused, neglected, or abandoned children in an attempt to place those children in a safe and permanent home. Community volunteers, trained and supervised by a professional staff, serve as a voice for children’s interests during Family Court proceedings. Volunteers are guided by the belief that children in foster care, like all children, need a permanent, stable family environment in which to grow.
CASA serves over 300 children a year in Morris and Sussex counties. The CASA volunteer works with the court and all interested parties, but focuses solely on the long-term needs of the children who have been victims of neglect, abuse, or abandonment.
THE NEXT STOP
|2007||Derrin Pierret||16:00||2012||Elena Rozhko||17:56|
|14+ U||Stephen Ilnitzki||18:56||14+ U||Diana D'achille||21:46|
|15-19||Christopher Savino||16:13||15-19||Karen Guthrie||18:54|
|20-24||Derrin Pierret||16:00||20-24||Jessica Chong||18:38|
|25-29||Ben Clarke||16:11||25-29||Heather Gardiner||18:28|
|30-34||Karl O'Reilly||16:18||30-34||Shannon McGinn||21:41|
|35-39||Mark Herndon||18:36||35-39||Elena Rozhko||17:56|
|40-44||Rich Burke||16:31||40-44||Diane Ross||19:08|
|45-49||Mark Lorello||17:15||45-49||Wendy Locke||19:50|
|50-54||Beau Atwater||18:25||50-54||Jane Parks||21:08|
|55-59||Roger Price||18:12||55-59||Joann Coffee||22:59|
|60-64||Bob Goodsell||20:53||60-64||Peggy Richko||24:06|
|65-69||Martin Jodar||22:49||65-69||Patricia O'Hanlon||27:00|
|70-74||Matt Lalumia||24:10||70-74||Maryann Murphy||30:09|
|75-79||George Studzinski||24:56||75-79||Shirley Pettijohn||47:44|
|80-84||No Record||xxx||80-84||Diane Stone||48:44|
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