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Thank You for Making the Run for Everyone a Success

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The Westfield Area YMCA would like to thank the sponsors, donors, volunteers, runners, walkers and rollers for their participation in the 5K Run for Everyone on Sept. 10.  All proceeds will benefit special needs programs at the Westfield Area YMCA. 

With over 500 runners and 150 volunteers, the run was a great success.  Special thanks to all of our sponsors: 

Gold Level: Coastal Air Conditioning, Lord & Taylor

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Silver Level: DSGK Drywall, LLC; the Grinis Family; Kings Food Markets; Meyer & Depew Company; Smythe Volvo; Spencer Savings Bank; TAPinto Westfield

Bronze Level: Bohemian Raspberry; Carlos & Agnes; Dan Swayze & Son, Inc.; Eye Level Learning Center of Cranford; James Ward; Kessler Rehabilitation Center; Kohl’s; Lentz Plumbing & Heating; The Musial Group Architecture; PSE&G; Shop Rite Wines & Spirits of Westfield; Speedy Sewer & Drain; Star Painting; Trader Joe’s; Vine Ripe Markets; Westfield Area Y Men’s Club; Westfield Audio Visual; Westfield Pediatric Dental Group

Thank you to all the local businesses who donated prizes:  Evalyn Dunn Gallery; Gallery U Boutique; Kennedy’s All-American Barber Club; Morano Gelato; Rudy’s Ristorante & Pizzeria; Savory Spice Shop; Sport Clips Haircuts; Stop & Shop; Theresa’s Restaurant & Mojave Grill; Turning Point.

We would like to thank to the Westfield Police Department, Westfield Rescue Square and Westfield Department of Public Works for their services and a special thank you to Ryan Kiel who set the mood with his beautiful rendition of the National Anthem.

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