Tuesday, August 11, 2015
SAVE THE DATE: 7th Annual Wesley Village 5k Road Race and Fun Walk set for Oct. 24
Bring the entire family for a morning of Halloween fun! Participants are invited to join us at the post-race party for entertainment, a brunch with famous egg sandwiches, smoothies, fruit, granola bars, bagels and more. Children’s activities include a bounce house, face painting, a clown and the opportunity to trick-or-treat! Costumes are encouraged! The first 400 5k entrants will receive a free tech shirt and cotton t-shirts will be given to all other event participants. Runners aged 70+ run for free; pre-registration is required. With over ten percent of last year’s race field over 70, the race may have one of the highest percentages of older runners in Connecticut.
Race proceeds benefit the award winning activity program at Wesley Village. The Wesley Village campus provides independent living, assisted living, memory care, short-term rehab, outpatient therapy and fitness services, and skilled nursing care.
The title sponsor for this year’s race is CE Floyd Company, Inc. M&T Bank will be sponsoring the 1-mile Fun Walk and Merit Insurance will be sponsoring the Kids Fun Run. Also supporting this year’s race as major sponsors to date are: Omnicare, Inc.; Alliance Rehab of CT; All Waste, Inc.; EDM Architects & Engineers; Fire Protection Testing, Inc.; Oronoque Pharmacy, Inc.; Digital Media; Lewis Associates; Griffin Hospital Lifeline; The Lancaster Group, LLC; The Views of Long Hill Condominium Association; and Winters Brothers Waste Systems.
For more information on the Wesley Village Halloween 5K & Fun Walk, please visit jbsports.com or call JB Sports at (203) 481-5933.
Wesley Village is a campus of senior care communities including Crosby Commons Assisted and Independent Living Community, Wesley Heights Assisted and Independent Living Apartments and Cottages, Lifestyle Transitions Memory Care, and Bishop Wicke Health and Rehabilitation Center. The campus is owned and operated by UMH, a local, mission-based, not-for-profit organization serving all members of the community. To learn more about the continuum of care offered at Wesley Village or the mission of UMH, please visit www.wesleyvillage-ct.org or contact Lisa Bisson at 203-225-5024.
This is a press release from Marissa Salvesen, marketing and promotions manager for United Methodist Homes.
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