Round the Res' Tower Hill 5 Miler

Sat October 23, 2021 Auburn, NH 03032 US Directions
Events

5 Mile - Adult

$35 9:00AM EDT - 11:59PM EDT Price increases after October 22, 2021 at 9:30am EDT

5 Mile - Youth

$30 9:00AM EDT - 11:59PM EDT Price increases after October 22, 2021 at 9:30am EDT
Race Website

Additional race information can be found at https://totalimagerunning.com/.

Place
Tower Hill Pond
Tower Hill Church
Auburn, NH US 03032
Description

DATE:  Saturday, October 23, 2021 

START TIME:  9 a.m.

Proceeds of this race will be donated to the Manchester Water Works Youth Education Program.

 

RACE SWAG:  Pre-register by October 3, 2021, to receive an event shirt.

 

AWARDS:  Top 3 overall male/female.  Top 3 in age groups 20-29 / 30 -39 / 40-49 / 50-59 / 60-69 / 70-79 / 80+

 

START A FUNDRAISING TEAM!   

100% of your fundraising efforts will benefit the Manchester Water Works Youth Education Program

 

REGISTRATION FEES:
5 Mile Adult:  $35

5 Mile Youth:  (13 and under):  $30

 

MAIL-IN REGISTRATION/QUESTIONS:
If you have questions or would prefer to mail in your registration form, you may do so.  Sarah for an emailed form.  sdemos@manchesternh.gov

 

SPONSOR OUR EVENT OR SERIES:

To sponsor this event contact slescault@manchesternh.gov 

 

CHARITY - THE MANCHESTER WATER WORKS WATER EDUCATION PROGRAM

The Manchester Water Works Water Education program has been officially part of the Manchester School system curriculum since 1994. Each year we perform water-related presentations in local classrooms, discussing the importance of water for each of us.  2019 marked a first for us and for Manchester; ALL 14 elementary schools are participating in some aspect of the program!  The 4th-grade program includes classroom presentations and individual Water Science fairs! Individual fairs take place at each school with the City of Manchester Final at the Water Treatment Plant.  Finalists from the City Fair move on to the State of New Hampshire Water Festival and Water Science Fair Final.  Our 3rd-grade program includes individual classroom presentations and our annual 3rd grade Poster Contest.  
The success of this program has been evident with our dealings with our customers over the years, and the program itself receives an abundance of positive feedback from children, parents, teachers, and community members.  Generous community members volunteer their time to help judge all of these wonderful posters and projects. Not only are the students, teachers, and parents learning about various water topics, but also the people that volunteer their time to help facilitate the program. Promoting the education program allows the employees of Manchester Water Works to go out into the community and interact with our present and future customers.  Educating tomorrow’s consumers today is a proactive way to promote Manchester Water Works’ goal of providing the highest quality drinking water to our customers.
 

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