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Dan the Man Run for Recovery is an exciting Run/Walk around beautiful Deer Path Park in Hunterdon County, NJ. This event is in honor of Daniel Snel who tragically lost his life due to an overdose. The addiction epidemic has impacted in one way or another just about every family in the US. We run/walk to show our support for those who have lost loved ones, for those in need of treatment, for those who have found recovery, and to reduce the stigma for all. The trail run starts in the sports field of beautiful Deer Path Park and takes you around the trails. Pets are welcome but must be leashed. The trail could be difficult for strollers but they have been used successfully in the past. This event is rain or shine but in the event of dangerous weather we will schedule a new date.
THIS YEAR we included a fun 1/2 mile kids run with hay bale obstacles. Bring the family out for a great day of exercise, support, and community.
All proceeds are donated between Hunterdon Drug Awareness Program and the Daniel Snel Memorial Scholarship. Hunterdon Drug Awareness Program (HDAP) is a local non profit 501(c)3 Outpatient Addictions Recovery Program. HDAP depends on grants and donations to continue serving clients who are unable to pay. The program does not turn away any client based on inability to pay. The Daniel Snel Memorial Scholarship is awarded to deserving high school graduated in Hunterdon County that have been impacted by a family member or friends substance use but have also contributed to bringing awareness and reduction of stigma to the community. The awards are posted each year and winning essays are chosen by the Snel family.
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