The annual Parkinson’s Wellness Expo is the most popular event each year with the Greater Tallahassee Parkinson’s community, with over 250 attendees last year. The Expo features representatives from the medical community, pharmaceutical companies, home health care and assisted living facilities, fitness organizations, as well as exhibits, informative resources, and educational activities aimed at teaching people what it’s like to have Parkinson’s disease.
The Expo showcases local resources available to assist people with Parkinson’s disease and their caregivers; educational activities that teach people what it’s like to have Parkinson’s; and exercise programs to fight the debilitating motor symptoms of the disease. Additionally, representatives from hospitals and clinics, fitness organizations, pharmaceutical companies, home health care and assisted living facilities and others are on-site to share their information with visitors.
Money raised from Expo sponsors and walkers supports the Parkinson’s Outreach Association with our mission to promote awareness for Parkinson’s disease and provide local support, information, education and advocacy for people in our community affected by the disease, including caregivers, family and friends. Sponsorship opportunities and benefits are listed below.
We appreciate your support and look forward to seeing you at the upcoming Parkinson’s Wellness Expo on Saturday, June 15, 2019 at Cascades Park! If you should have any additional questions, feel free to contact the Parkinson’s Outreach Association at (850) 364-0230 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
REGISTER NOW! for the June 9, 2019, 12th annual 5k AIDS Cancer Run Walk in Baldwin Park, 9 AM start, in Baldwin, NY is now open for runners, walkers and fundraisers. Says Mike Polansky, President of the Greater Long Island Running Club, consisting of 4,000+ members, “There is no harder working team of race directors on Long Island than Richard and Jodi Brodsky, and they went all out to assure the success of this year’s event, (2010) and a field of 278 finishers on the busiest day of the Long Island racing year attested to how well they did their job. Nice flat course, plentiful refreshments, a generous raffle — it’s a race by runners for runners! Try it next year.”
June 9, 2019
Race start time(s):
Registration start time:
The Launch at Hingham Shipyard
18 Shipyard Drive
Race Facebook page:
Register now for early bird discount! Taconic Members get $5 discount at checkout! Huge!
This is an awesome race, both historic and contemporary (that makes total sense right?)
It’s a great way to get your 4th of July off right – with a great run!
Starts at 8 a.m. (sharp!) at Mahopac high school, Mahopac, NY on Baldwin Place road in front of school
Finish: on Mahopac High School track
Kids’ Run at 10am – kids will enjoy running for fun on the Mahopac High school track! Registration for Kids’ runs on day of race only.
What’s it like?
Course –Scenic, flat to rolling loop course around Mahopac Lake The first mile includes a downhill, and the second has a uphill stretch. Miles 3-5 are flat; miles 6 and 7 are rolling to downhill; and mile 8 is flat—finishing on the high school track.
Mile markers at every mile. Plenty of water stops (miles 2,4.5,6,7, and in front of various lake houses).
What do I get out of it, I mean other than another sweet race under my belt?
T-shirts – Pre-registration guarantees a technical T-shirt! T-shirts on race day while supplies last.
Awards: Presented in all TRRC age categories. Top 3 overall males and females and 1-3 in 5 year age categories (under 20 –2 age groups: 16 and under and 17-19) will receive awards.
Awards include New Balance Westchester gift certificates for overall and all first, second and third place age group winners. Run on Hudson Valley is generously raffling off a pair of shoes (enter raffle at their table after race-do not need to be present to win!). Overall winners (top 3 male and female) also get a carton of My brother Bobby’s Salsa.
Post Race Party: refreshments, food and music –including Bagels by
Somers Hot bagels; Salsa by Mr Brother Bobby’s Salsa; fruit and drinks
from Stop ‘n Shop Baldwin Place
Emmy Stocker – 203-313-4137 ; email@example.com
Bob Hermesch – (914) 714-2337; firstname.lastname@example.org
Shirt and / or Shirt Sizes at this point are NOT guarenteed!! Medal — At this point — IS guarenteed!
7th Annual Black Hills Triathlon & Duathlon! 7 years running with a 30 Year History dating back to Millersylvania Park. Participant in the legacy in Lacey!
The Black Hills Sprint Triathlon is the premiere sprint distance triathlon in the Pacific Northwest. 2019 will also be a USAT Sanctioned event. Test your sprint speed on this fast course. The venue is Long Lake Park adjacent to the Thurston County Fairgrounds. The swim is in the flat, calm waters of Long Lake, followed by an all right-hand turn, 12-mile bike course. The run is a flat 5K with beautiful lake views. We’ll have your favorite rock music, participant t-shirts and a one-of-a-kind finisher’s medal, In addition to great swag, refreshments, rock music & a top-notch USAT Sanctioned Race course.
JustTRI-7 Mile Fun Run/ Walk, AKA Dragon #2 of the 2019 Dragon Series “3D”;
If you are registering for the JustTRI-7 Mile Fun Run or Walk, Dragon #2, this important information is for you:
The Dragon run (7 Miles) & 5K will be on June 16th, same day as the Triathlon and Duathlon. Race location: Thurston County Fairgrounds. Date: June 16th. Start Time: 8AM. The race will be the same course as the Triathlon and Duathlon. The 5K will do 1 lap and the 7 Mile Dragons will run 2 laps. We generally have a small crowd of Dragon Participants, but they all love the medals, the matching shirt and general good atmosphere! The JustTRI Pro-Staff will be there for Triathlon and Duathlon Packet Pick up. The Triathlon and Duathlon are both on June 16th, start time 8AM.
Event details and schedule
Date: June 16th, 2019
Location: Long Lake Park, Lacey, Washington
Event Start time: 8AM
Triathlon: Swim: 800M Bike: 12 miles Run: 3.1 Miles
Duathlon: Run: 8/10 mile Bike: 12 miles Run: 3.1 Miles
The Triahtlon and Duathlon events are USAT Sanctioned & require a USAT membership
(1-day memberships available and are $15 at packet pickup)
Race Training Day:
June 9th, 9AM-noon, Long Lake Park. Swim Training, Transition Training & Kayak safety training.
The Sprint Triathlon includes an 800-meter clockwise swim with a rolling start. Swimmers will keep the buoys on their right and sight to large, bright colored corner buoys. The water in Long Lake in very clean and calm. There will be plenty of local volunteers on kayaks for safety. Exit the water and run up a short grassy hill to the sound of up-beat rock music. Enter the transition area with rows of bike racks…designed to easily get in and out. The cycle course will remain the 12-mile loop – it’s not completely flat, but it can be quite fast. There’s one moderate hill to sprint up and the declines will give your legs a good rest and reset. The 5K run is an out and back from the swim start, which gives friends and family a great chance to see your speed! Get beautiful views of the lake and have a great finish right down the main entrance to the park. Challenge yourself and speed through the course or build a relay team of two or three…either way enjoy this well-designed course.
The Duathlon starts by warming up with a short, flat .8 mile run out and back, then falls in line with the swimmers entering Transition 1. The rest of the course is the exact same course as the Triathletes. Duathletes may have up to two team members or complete the entire course solo!
Packet Pickup Date: TBD
Time: 3:00 – 6:00 Bring ID. USAT rules state that, You must pick up your own packet
Please visit: RunLakewood.com