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Join us at Camp Hill Methodist Church on Halloween for the inaugural Trick or Trot 5k supporting the Earl Besch Fund! This race will be capped at 200 participants to remain in accordance with CDC and Pennsylvania state guidelines. Register today!
All participants must register by 10/4/2020 to be guaranteed a t-shirt.
1st place male & female in each of the following categories: 14 & under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39 , 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 & over
Race Day Registration:
Available from 6:30-7:45am only if participant cap of 200 is not reached.
Other Important Details:
This event is being chip timed by Wolf Creek Race Management. There will be a 10 minute start window from 8:00-8:10 AM where participants can start at any time to allow for maximum social distancing. The start & finish will be chip timed so your time does not not start until you cross the line.
RACE CONTACT INFO:
If you have any questions about this race, please contact Jaclyn Sastre at email@example.com
The Earl Besch Fund:
Earl Besch (1926-2015) was a long time resident of Camp Hill Borough, who was known for his generosity to others. Earl would regularly reach out to the schools to see if there were families in need. He would offer to buy a bike, a winter coat, pay for camp enrollment or maybe purchase them a Christmas present. In 2015, his family established a memorial fund in his name to continue his legacy of caring. The Earl Besch Fund at The Lion Foundation provides others an opportunity to help those less fortunate in our community through donations to this fund.
Each year, there are students and families in our Camp Hill community who are struggling to make ends meet. Kids don’t have enough food, don’t have winter coats, and cannot afford fees to participate in activities that are available to others. One of our visions for the Earl Besch Project is to be able to support these families with a monthly box of nutritious healthy foods, as well as household necessities to keep their grocery bills low.
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