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Join us for the 8th Annual Cypress Hills Cemetery 5K Run Through History in Honor of NYPD Officer, Peter Figoski on Sunday, May 31, 2020.
All proceeds to benefit charity. You can donate here!
If you are interested in sponsorship donations, please email us or use this link for more information.
T-Shirts to the First 250 Registrants!
Race Start Time: 9 am
Race Day Registration and Bib Pick Up: 7:15 am to 8:45 am
Online Pre Race Entry Fee: $35 (plus a $4.01 processing fee)
Race Day Registration Fee: $40
Our challenging course takes you past the final resting place of history's greatest figures:
-Jackie Robinson (First man to break Major League Baseball's color barrier)
-Mae West (Brooklyn born, Vaudeville performer and movie star of the 1920's and 1930's)
-Peter Luger (Famous restaurateur/steak house owner)
-Ignacy Paderewski (Polish pianist and composer)
-Charlotte Ray (First African American female attorney in the U.S)
-Eubie Blake (Jazz composer and musician)
-“Gentleman” Jim Corbett (American Professional Boxer and World Heavyweight Champion)
-Piet Mondrian (20th Century Dutch Painter)
-Hiram Cronk (Last surviving member of the War of 1812)
For more information on Cypress Hills Cemetery, please visit their website at www.cypresshillscemetery.org or call 718-277-2900.
Additional race information can be found at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/8th-annual-cypress-hills-5k-run-through-history-registration-86694943911.
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