St Francis 18 Mile Run

Dated: 10/06/2015

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43nd Annual Long Beach Island Commemorative 18 Mile Run

Sunday, October 11
Race Starts At 10:30 AM in Holgate, NJ.

Entry Fees:
$40 per runner by 8/31/15;
$45 per runner by 9/30/15;
$55 per runner after 9/30/15;
$35 for USATF-NJ Members until 10/1/15;
(Fees honored by the postmark date)
NO REFUNDS!

Race is dedicated to the 11 Israeli athletes slain by terrorists at the 1972 Munich
Olympics and the thousands who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.

Registration will be held Saturday, October, 10; 2:00 to 7:00 PM; and race day, 7:00 to 9:30 AM sharp.
Registration Form

The course is a straight, flat, point-to-point run heading North on Long Beach Blvd.

Air temperature in October on LBI is approximately 65 degrees, winds generally coming from the South.

The event is sponsored by St. Francis Community Center, Brant Beach, NJ, in cooperation with the LBI Jewish Community Center.Funded In Part By A Grant From The Board Of Chosen Freeholders. For Free Vacation Guide Call 800-365-6933.www.oceancountytourism.com

The 18 Mile Run is now on facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/LBI18MileRun

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