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Join us for 'Run The Park' Race on May 22

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Spring is here. It’s time to join the Recreation Department on our mission to keep the community active with our “Be Active, Be Healthy” movement. We are once again teaming up with the Westfield Running Company to make this another great event for the community.

Our goal is to get as many families out and walking/running at our Annual “Run The Park” Road Race on Sunday, May 22. We need the support from area residents and sponsors to help us get families moving.

We greatly appreciate everyone's participation and hope that residents are willing to give back to our community by participating in our annual race this May. Our 1-Mile Family Run/Walk encourages family participation from local residents of all ages and abilities, and the 5K race assures a more competitive venue.

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All proceeds assist in funding drug and alcohol-free programs offered by the Westfield Recreation Department throughout the year.  ​Programs such as the Summer Playground, Teen Programs, after school Enrichment Programs and performances by The Westfield Community Concert Band throughout the year.  

If you have any questions or would like to volunteer or even become a 2016 Race Sponsor, please contact the Westfield Recreation Department at 908-789-4080, or by email at recreation@westfieldnj.gov. We look forward to seeing you at Westfield’s 5K Run & 1-Mile Family Fun Run.  In advance, thank you for your support.

Register ONLINE at: www.RaceNj.com

Be Active … Be Healthy… Be THERE! 

The Westfield Recreation Department

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