THE PAUL JACKSON 5K
The 4th annual Paul Jackson 5K at Oak Ridge Park will be something special. What's not to like? You get to run in traffic free Oak Ridge Park amidst rolling hills and tree lined paths on a USATF certified course. You will also be treated to top rate amenities including The Paul Jackson Tee, post race snacks, a DJ and a random prize drawing.
We also offer a 2 Mile Walk that is wheelchair friendly and A Kids' Fun Run for children ages 2 to 11 at distances between 25 and 150 yards.
So come and join us! Oak Ridge Park is located in Clark, NJ, exit 135 off of the Garden State Parkway.
DATE: Sunday, September 21, 2013
USATF-NJ NBGP - 500 Points
Other Ways to Give:
Garden State Parkway Northbound: Exit 135. Stay to right and bear right onto Brant Avenue. Right at light onto Westfield Avenue. Left at light onto Raritan Road. Go through two traffic lights. Oak Ridge park is on your right.
Garden State Parkway Southbound: Exit 135. Bear right off of exit onto Central Avenue. Left at light onto Raritan Road. Go through 4 lights. Oak Ridge park will be on your right.
From Lake Avenue (Rahway): Head west. Left turn onto Oak Ridge Road. Park is on right.
From Lake Avenue (Scotch Plains): Head east. Right turn onto Oak Ridge Road. Park is on right.
RACE DIRECTOR: Mark Zenobia
AGE GROUPS: 14 & under to 85 & over
NUMBER OF 5K FINISHERS: 2010
- 223, 2011 - 228, 2012 -229
The Paul Jackson Fund assists individuals and families who are facing a financial crisis due to a long - term illness or disability.
In 1989, Paul Jackson, at age 28, underwent surgery to remove a tumor from his spinal cord. Paul, a life-long athlete, was left paralyzed. When the insurance company would not cover his rehabilitation program, family and friends along with community members rallied together to raise money for Paul. And with that, The Paul Jackson Fund was born.
After Paul no longer needed the help of The Fund - he took charge and began assisting others. He created a charity of last resort — A safety net for people whose needs had become so dire they had nowhere else to turn.
After a courageous battle with cancer, Paul passed away in February of 2009. His only wish was for The Fund to continue. With your help, Paul's mission will endure.
For information about The Paul Jackson Fund,
visit us at:
www.pauljacksonfund.org or on Facebook.
WHATS SO SPECIAL?
THE NEXT STOP
|2010||Stuart Maxwell||17:12||2010||Suzanne Quense||21:49|
|14+ U||Colin Sullivan||20:53||14+ U||Alyssa Balzarotti||24:45|
|15-19||Jason Isbit||18:16||15-19||Svea-Leonie Meinecke||23:58|
|20-24||Colin Johnson||17:57||20-24||Michelle Armonda||22:15|
|25-29||Drew Thomas||20:39||25-29||Teresa Gibbons||23:28|
|30-34||Ted Mussano||17:58||30-34||Kelli Tobin||24:04|
|35-39||Stuart Maxwell||17:12||35-39||Lori Sternberg||24:11|
|40-44||Steve Cozine||19:55||40-44||Barbara Maguire||22:26|
|45-49||Kenny Miller||20:05||45-49||Suzanne Quense||21:49|
|50-54||Armando Rodriguez||19:57||50-54||Mary Hanlon||23:26|
|55-59||Richard Uslan||22:16||55-59||Liz Fritz-Grant||26:21|
|60-64||Charles Schneekloth||21:00||60-64||Arlene Gallene||34:28|
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|80+ O||Bill Welsh||52:09||80+ O||No Record||xxx|