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Additional race information can be found at https://www.connorsway.com/.
Come follow in Connor’s footsteps on a beautiful scenic five-mile wooded trail in the foothills of the Adirondacks. Celebrate the beauty of nature as you run or walk through five miles of seasonal roads and trails. Follow in the shadow of the young man who loved to run around the lake and the woods of Hinckley for the love of running. Celebrate life, nature and community as you help fund a memorial and scholarship in Connor’s name, touching lives of future local doctors. This is “Connor’s Way”…
All proceeds will go to the scholarship and memorial fund created in memory of Connor Arthur Lynskey. Connor aspired to be a physician and his dream was to practice medicine in an under-served area in order to help residents receive adequate health care.
Our mission is to receive your financial support to continue this memorial in Connor’s name and to provide graduating high school students and also medical students with a scholarship program.
This scholarship fund was created in memory of Connor Arthur Lynskey (18 years old) of Hinckley, New York.
Connor aspired to be a physician and attended premedical school at Siena College. His dream was to practice medicine in an undeserved area in order to help residents receive adequate health care.
Connor had an extraordinary way about himself for someone his age. He was God-inspired, loved everyone as he loved himself, and cared deeply about his family and friends. He had a mysterious ability to consistently make lemonade out of lemons. Everyone loved him when they met him. He was truly an inspiration to friends, family and clergy members alike, who now all suffer an enormous heart-wrenching void due to a careless and reckless drunk driver that took his life on August 11, 2018.
We would be honored to receive your financial support so that we can help high school graduates achieve their goals and also assist medical students that desire to practice in underserved areas. We would also be honored to receive scholarship applications from students interested in going "Connor’s Way." Visit www.connorsway.com or www.facebook.com/connorswaymemorial for further information
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