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July 4, 2013

Lakes Race

HAMPSTEAD —Mark your calendar! St. Anne Church will hold its 21st annual Lakes Race on Sat., July 27 at 26 Emerson Avenue in Hampstead. This is a five-mile race on a USATF certified course.

Check-in and same-day registration begins at 7:30 a.m. and both the race and the 5K non-competitive Fun-Walk will begin at 9:00 a.m. Trophies will be presented to the top three runners from each age and sex division: 14 and Under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-79, and 80+. There will also be refreshments after the race. If you’ve never joined before, be sure to do so this year!

Pre-registration is $25.00 and includes a Table Talk Pie and official race t-shirt. Registration within one week of the race is $30.00 with no guarantee of pie or shirt. You may also register for the ever-popular “I don’t want to race, I don’t want to walk; I just want a pie and a t-shirt” category! You can register online at active.com by searching for “Lakes Race”.

The Lakes Race is just one part of an action-packed day at the 32nd annual St. Anne Summerfest, which includes games for all ages, free live entertainment on stage, bounce tents, face painting, a craft and art fair, beautiful gift baskets, a bake sale, a baking competition, grill fare and refreshments, a silent auction, and cash and gift raffles. Free admission to the Summerfest, free parking, and handicap accessible. For more information on the Summerfest, or to download an application for the Lakes Race, please visit St. Anne’s website at saintannechurchnh.org and click on “Summerfest” at the top. If you have questions or are interested in sponsoring this race, please contact Robin Doyle at 603-560-0543 or robinddoyle@gmail.com. They are always looking for volunteers, too: registration desk (early morning on July 27), post-race break-down (9:00 a.m. +), and field help (water stops and set-up). If you’d like to help, please contact Shelley Cullen at scullen1@comcast.net.

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