3rd Annual Superhero Run

3rd Annual Superhero Run

2019 Superhero Run Results

ABOUT THE EVENT

Cutchins Programs for Children & Families Inc. is proud to present our 3rd Annual Superhero Run- 10K Run, 5K Walk/Run. This community event is an exciting celebration of our programs: bringing awareness about the impact of trauma and mental health struggles on children and adolescents in our community, while promoting physical health!

This family event will include local snacks and coffee, face painting, music, games and cape decorating for all children and youth! We encourage you to dress up as your favorite superhero and bring your friends and family!

We have added two exciting new features to this year’s run:

  • Teams: Participants can register as a team through RunReg
  • Pledge Reg: Participants will have an opportunity to set up an optional fundraising page while register through Pledge Reg. Modeling other local races, participants will have a chance to engage their friends, family, and community to support them as a race participant and help raise critical funds for Cutchins Programs!

 

REGISTER

Online: www.runreg.com/superhero-run-cutchinsprograms

 

SCHEDULE

Sign-In/Registration: Begins at 8:30 am
Cape Decorating and Games: Begins at 8:30 am
10K Run: 10:00 am
5K Walk/Run: 10:30 am

 

COURSE

This year, Cutchins Programs is excited to announce that we hired local course designer John Frey to create our course! John Fey has worked with many organizations across New England, including designing Safe Passage’s Hot Chocolate Run.

 

 

SPONSOR THE EVENT

Are you interested in being a generous sponsor of this event? Cutchins Programs partners with many local businesses and organizations to work together to uphold our mission of supporting children’s mental health and ensuring the success of our fundraising events. We have many sponsorship opportunities to match your budget. If you are interested in being a sponsor for this event, please contact:

 

Rowen Gray- Event Coordinator
Email: rgray@cutchins.org
Phone: (413)-584-1310 x. 338

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