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Annual, costumed, Superhero 5K fundraiser in support of Woodfords Family Services’ programs for Mainers with special needs and their families. A run through the wooded trails at Pineland Farms, New Gloucester, ME. Strolling entertainment, race awards, costumed prizes. Family-friendly. Rain or shine.
When and Where
5K Run/Walk on Saturday, June 11 at Pineland Farms, New Gloucester, ME. Registration opens at 9 a.m. Race begins promptly at 10 a.m. Virtual 1 Mile Fun Walk can be done anywhere in the world!
Adults 18+ = $25
Youth 8 to 17 = $10
Children 7 and under = Free
What to Wear
A costume of course! A golden lasso, tights, utility belt, speedy socks, mask. Don’t have a costume? Don’t fret. A cape mask combo will be on sale for $5 while supplies last.
The first 250 registrants will receive a commemorative race t-shirt!
Awards and Prizes
Awards for top finishers in each age category - youth, adult, senior, "super" senior. Costume prizes.
Become a Fundraiser
Proceeds from this year’s event will benefit Woodfords’ services. If you wish to participate in support of a specific service, check out the Fundraisers to make a donation to one of our program Champions! Or, consider championing a Woodfords’ program yourself by becoming a Fundraiser. Register on this site, set your goal, let people know why you want to support the agency and people with special needs and share your URL with friends and family!
Today, 1 in 44 kids is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). ASD is a developmental disability that can cause social, communication and behavioral challenges. People with ASD may communicate, interact, behave and learn in ways that are different from other people. Transitions and/or breaks in routine can be stressful for people with ASD in the best of times. Over the past two years, social distancing and mask protocols, school closures, changes in receiving needed services, and many other things, have been extra challenging. Everyone can be a hero in some way to people with special needs.
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