Aug. 30th, 1-4 pm; Meet at 1985 Main Street, Walk to 383 Worthington St.
The Road to Recovery 5K is a run/walk in Bernardston, MA dedicated to supporting those in our local community who struggle with alcohol and/or drug addiction.
All funds raised from this event will directly benefit the RECOVER Project, a non-profit community-driven organization in Greenfield, MA that fosters recovery from alcohol and/or drug addiction. We intend to use our funds to support our local recovering community find peace and stability in their recovery journeys.
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The 2022 Road to Recovery 5K will take place on Saturday, September 10th. Check-in for all participants on race day will begin at 8:30am and end at 9:30am. The race will begin promptly at 10:00am. There will be prizes for top finishers in both categories (5K run and 3K walk). There will be music and we will provide food and beverages for all participants at the finish line.
This event is open to all ages. We invite all members of the community to participate, whether you are in recovery, you are a family member or friend of someone in recovery, you work in the field, or you are a community member who supports our cause and wants to be more involved.
Together, let’s walk to end the addiction crisis in America.
No two stories about addiction are the same, but when we come together as one community, we can change the story. Together, we’ll Rise Up Against Addiction.
This event will feature a live and a virtual festival of community resources, organizations and businesses supporting wellness in recovery and a tribute honoring those who have been lost to addiction and their families.
SSPR will sponsor up to 4 individuals that are interested in running this 5k!
We are also looking for volunteers interested supporting our outreach table at this event.
Contact Mark Mulhern at 617 645 7101 for more info or to sign up to run.
The Boston Bulldogs Run for Recovery 5K & Tribute was established 7 years ago to look back and honor those that we’ve lost, and to move forward as a community in support of wellness and recovery. Our 2022 event will feature a live and a virtual Festival of community resources, organizations and businesses supporting wellness in recovery and a Tribute honoring those who have been lost to addiction and their families.
Run or walk with us at Franklin Park on Sunday, May 15 or virtually on any route you choose. Results for virtual runners will be self-reported and will close at midnight on Sunday, May 15. Create a team of family and friends or set up your own fundraising page in support of the Boston Bulldogs Running Club (or both) when you register.
What: St. Patrick’s Day Parade
When: Sunday March 20th, 2022 @ 1pm
Where: We will meet at 327 First Parish Rd (the old Gates Intermediate School) in Scituate, MA @ 11:30am to prepare for the parade.
Anyone who supports recovery can march – adults, kids, family members, friends!