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Mountie Pride 'Fun Run' Draws Hundreds of Participants

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - More than 600 people participated in the Mountie Pride Fun Run on Sunday, said co-organizer Linda Bowers.

Hosted at the historic Woodman Field and the vicinity, participants were allowed to participate in the 5K race or the 1K walk. The weather was perfectly sunny with a cool breeze and the spirits were high as participants walked and ran through the streets of Montclair for a chance to receive a race award prize and raise funds for charity.

Prior to the start of the race, there were activities for the entire family to partake in including the dunk tank, music with a live DJ, yoga, face painting and warm-up exercises. MHS gear was also for sale and 35 clubs and sports teams also participated. Local community members and school leaders also got in on the action. Some volunteered to man a table or sit in the dunk tank, while others walked in the race, displaying a total community effort.

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At the end of the finish line, participants were greeted with cheers from Montclair High School Cheerleaders and received drawstring goodie bags as well as free sandwiches from Jersey Mike's in West Orange.

Lauri Michael, who lives near where the race was held, participated for the first time. She said, "It was well-organized. It was fun." Michael said that she completed the 5K in about 31 minutes and expressed the importance of exercise as a motivator for why she participated. "Everybody should come out and exercise."

The results from the 5K race are as follows:

Spirit Awards:

Most Participation – MHS Cross Country

Most Spirit – MHS Dance Co.

Most Mountie Pride – MHS Girls Volleyball

Best Dressed – MHS Cheerleaders

 

1st Place Race Awards:

Male Adult – Derek Stordall

Female Adult – Elizabeth Githens-Coyle

Male H.S. – Dale Ross

Female H.S. – Jerika Lufrano

Male Middle School – Charlie Ehlis

Female Middle School – Yael Gelman

Male Elementary – Logan Martinez

Female Elementary – Lyndsay Driever

 

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