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Chamber Members and Others: You Can Help Special Needs Athletes Now

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Apr 272018
 

The Chamber’s main fundraising event is the Cohen And Wolf Cinco K de Mayo Road Race, which takes place this Sunday, April 29.

We are seeking donations of $25 to support challenged individuals from the Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program, an inclusive running club for all athletes. This program for which there is no fee is dedicated to providing challenged individuals with the opportunity to participate in all levels of mainstream running, walking, or wheelchair racing.

Please send a check in the amount of $25 to the Orange Chamber of Commerce, 605A Orange Center Road, Orange Ct 06477.

Support this great opportunity for these runners!

Chamber Seeks Road Race Volunteers, Register to Run Now!

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Mar 292017
 

The Orange Chamber of Commerce is looking for volunteers for its annual Cohen & Wolf Cinco K de Mayo road race and 2 Mile Walk, scheduled for Sunday, May 7, 2017 at 10 a.m. 

Volunteers are needed to help before, during and after the event with parking, registration, set-up and take down are needed.

Last Chance For Sponsors — banners, road signs, T-shirts, vendors, items for goodie bags — all are important to make the event a success.

Tee Shirt Sponsors $150

Directional Signs $100 each

Inserts for Runner Bags $25

If you can help in any way, call the Chamber office at 203-795-3328 or e-mail director@orangectchamber

Runners: click HERE to register by 11 p.m. on April 28. Registration fee is $20.

Woodbridge Man Wins Cinco K De Mayo Road Race

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May 022016
 

IMG_1007The weather was cold, wet and raw for the Cohen and Wolfe Cinco K De Mayo Road Race when it stepped off at 10 a.m. on Sunday May 1. But that didn’t stop dozens of die-hard runners from pushing themselves to the brink to cross the finish line.

This year’s overall winner, Jeffrey Townsend, 44, of Woodbridge, a familiar name at Orange races, kept up a 6:05 minute pace to cross the line first at 18:56.

He was followed by two other 40-somethings about 30 seconds later: Scott Kaplanka, 40, of Ansonia, at 19:31 and Roland Beaudette, 46, of Orange, at 19:36.

Orange’s Mason Beaudette, 12, finished 1 minute and 16 seconds after his dad at 20:52, placing first in his age group.

Alicja Stannard, 34, was the first female finisher at 21:00.

Click HERE to see the full results. 

Winners List by Division.

See ALL photos at https://www.facebook.com/Orangectlive.