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|Endwell Fire Five Alarm 5K Run/Walk||
Time10:30AM EDT - 12:00PM EDT
The Endwell Fire District and the O.L. Davis Fire Company are happy to have the 3rd Annual Endwell Fire Five Alarm 5K Run/Walk on September 22, 2018. The race is an open road course starting and finishing at Endwell Fire Station #1 located at 3508 Country Club Road in Endwell. The course will loop around the heart of Endwell's residential streets and can be considered a combination of flat neighborhoods and low rolling hills. The course will be fun but with a bit of a challenge.
Come out and have fun with your friends and neighbors and help to support the Endwell Fire District/O.L. Davis Fire Company's volunteer firefighters and our friends at Mercy House of the Southern Tier!
If you're unable to attend the event and would still like to generously donate, please click the "DONATE" button located on the left side column on this page. We are very appreciative and grateful of everyone's support!
*** Please note that this race is on Saturday. A previous flyer had stated the day incorrectly as Sunday. Sorry for any confusion! ***
NOTICE: T-shirts will not be available for purchase after Tuesday September 11th.
Mercy House is a home and a supportive family to people with terminal illnesses who can no longer stay at home. As a high quality alternative to costly hospitalization and nursing home care, Mercy House provides comfort and care when a cure is no longer possible. Medical research consistently shows that hospice care improves quality of care and Mercy House focuses specifically on comfort, dignity and pain control by responding to the needs and wishes of residents and their families. Studies of hospice care have also demonstrated improved family satisfaction and quality of life, decreased depression and anxiety, better bereavement adjustment, and improved survival among spouses. Residents spend their final days surrounded by their loved ones, and the love of Mercy House staff and trained volunteers.
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