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2008 Bridge Fever River Run by Bob Kopac


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8/19/2014      Mamas and Papas Race Coming Soon! 4K for runners and walkers 60+

The Mamas and Papas Race is on August 30. Last registration date in the shopping cart is August 26.

This is a fun 4K run and walk for people at least 60 years old. It takes place in the Village of Wappingers, from Mesier Park and through the lovely streets read more »

8/8/2014      Classic Plans Going Strong!

You can now register for the 2014 Dutchess County Classic. We were a bit late getting these races into the shopping cart, but you can now register.

In 2014, the routes have changed because of the construction on Route 55 and the problems with getting runners safely across the highway read more »

8/2/2014      MHRRC Twilight Track Series (Awards)

Because of the last minute cancellation of the final week of the MHRRC Twilight Track Series, we were unable to hand out awards for the adult events.   Medals are given for the top three times (men's and women's) in each event.   The best times have been posted on the club read more »

8/1/2014      Week 4 of MHRRC Track Series CANCELLED

Due to an unexpected scheduling conflict with the Arlington High School football camp,  week 4 of the MHRRC Twilight Track Series for Friday, August 1, has been cancelled.  We apologize for the inconvience and express our appreciation to all the individuals and families who participated so enthusiastically this year.

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7/22/2014      Newsletter Editor (Call for Volunteer(s))

Have you been missing your MHRRC newsletter?    Noticed that there has not been one for many months?    The reason is simple.   Since the last editor resigned late last year, no one has volunteered to take their place.   
The job of newsletter editor is one of the most important read more »