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Old 11-06-2011, 08:25 PM
Abigail L. Dingle Abigail L. Dingle is offline
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Default Ranger Run 5k

3rd Annual Ranger Run

Drew's Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is hosting their annual Ranger Run on Sunday, November 20, 2011. Ranger Run is a fun event where everyone runs or walks our beautiful 5K course around our 186 acre campus. Registration forms are available from your SAAC members, online, or same day registration, and with a $10 entry fee for students and $20 for Non-students, participants receive a Ranger Run t-shirt and a race number. Top three men and women receive prizes and post race refreshments will be served! Same day registration and race check in begin at 9:30am at the Drew Athletic Center.

All students, faculty, staff, and friends are encouraged to join this great cause; A 6 year old girl named Kaiya Barber has cerebral palsy. She is the daughter of Lee and Jill Barber. Lee Barber is a Math teacher and Head Ice Hockey coach at Ramapo High School, where a member of the menís soccer team attended and had Mr. Barber as a teacher. All the proceeds will be going to the Barber family to help support their medical finances.

Registration Forms can be found at
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