Come run the 3rd Annual 4 Miler at Garret Mountain. A special late summer event awaits you at the Garret Mountain Reservation in Woodland Park, NJ, which is very easy to find via the Garden State Parkway, Route 3, 46 or 80.
Our 4 mile run is challenging with hills and flat sections but the rewards are super: custom technical tee shirt, fun, post race refreshments, kids activities, DJ and a random prize drawing. The four mile run features mile clocks, water stops and ChronoTrack B-Tag scoring. We also have a 1.5 mile shaded trail walk and Kids' Dashes for ages 2-11. This is one beautiful park.
The St. Joseph's Children's Hospital is the event's beneficiary. So join us as we raise funds for kids in need. Learn about them at www.stjosephshealth.org
NUTS & BOLTS
DATE: Saturday, September 6, 2014
USATF-NJ NBGP - 500 Points
TECHNICAL TEE SHIRT
DIRECTIONS (GPS Address 1 Park Road, Woodland Park, NJ) :
From Route 46 East: Take 2nd "Valley Rd." exit toward Paterson. Left at 2nd traffic light onto Mountain Park Rd. Becomes Weasel Drift Rd. Park entrance on right.
From Route 46 West: Take 1st "Valley Rd." exit toward Paterson. Right at end of ramp onto Valley Rd. See 46 East directions above.
From Interstate 80 West: Exit 56 (Squirrelwood Rd./Woodland Park). Bear left at fork. At stop sign, make left onto Squirrelwood Rd. Becomes Rifle Camp Rd. First left onto Mountain Ave. (Garret Heights Condos sign). Park entrance on your right.
From Garden State Parkway Northbound: Exit 155P (left exit). Go north on Route 19 for about 2 miles to I-80. Follow I-80 West directions above.
From Interstate 80 East: Take exit 56A (Squirrelwood Rd./ Woodland Park). At end of ramp make a right onto Squirrelwood Rd. Follow I-80 West directions above.
RACE DIRECTORS: Mark Zenobia, Cheryl Moses
AGE GROUPS: 14 & under to 85 & Over
NUMBER OF FINISHERS: 2012 - 136, 2013 - 169
Proceeds from the 4 Miler benefit the Child Life Department at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital, which provides an important resource to pediatric patients to help decrease the stress and anxiety of pediatric patients and families caused by illness and hospitalization. The program relies solely on private support to support the many activities for children, including medical play, pet, art and music therapy, celebratory and enrichment activities.
Past funding from the 4 Miler at Garret Mountain have been used to provide presents for patient birthdays, to fund character visits for children throughout the year, to fund parties and birthday presents, to allow children access to age-appropriate, on-demand movies while hospitalized, to purchase needed supplies for oncology patients to attend summer camp, and many, many other items and activities to brighten the lives of patients at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital. On behalf of these children and their families, thank you!
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|Course Map||Race Application||MapQuest|
|2013||John Hogan||23:22||2013||Patricia Butcher||29:44|
|14+ U||Samuel Cordero||39:20||14+ U||No Record||xxx|
|15-19||Nikolaos Contos||25:03||15-19||Kimberley Espinosa||45:51|
|20-24||Juan Gaspar||25:16||20-24||Danielle Fanning||32:39|
|25-29||Alexis Mejia||27:09||25-29||Caroline May||32:31|
|30-34||Ted Mussano||23:31||30-34||Kimberly Stell||30:47|
|35-39||Ron Leith||26:19||35-39||Ewa Baj||30:46|
|40-44||Edward Lemke||29:15||40-44||Camille Creary||32:45|
|45-49||John Hogan||23:22||45-49||Suzanne Bujara||32:31|
|50-54||Michael Los||26:16||50-54||Patricia Butcher||29:44|
|55-59||Jim Olivola||27:15||55-59||Martta Kelly||37:35|
|60-64||John Maxwell||34:16||60-64||Deborah Cutting||53:28|
|65-69||Edwin Carine||31:34||65-69||No Record||xxx|
|70-74||James Leitz||33:20||70-74||No Record||xxx|
|75-79||No Record||xxx||75-79||No Record||xxx|
|80-84||No Record||xxx||80-84||No Record||xxx|
|85+ O||No Record||xxx||85+ O||No Record||xxx|