Wilbur's Chocolate Factory, 174 Lower Main Street, Freeport, ME
Race Map - Race begins and ends at Wilbur's Chocolate's @ 174 Lower Main Street, Freeport Maine
On Line Registration is now closed. You can still register on Sunday morning at the race!
$20.00 First 150 to register will be guaranteed a t-shirt. Your size is guaranteed only if you register by Oct 20th.
9:00 Am, Free kids 100 Yard Fun Dash with Wilbur's Candy as your prize. Both registration and race start is at Wilbur's Chocolate Factory, 174 Lower Main St. Freeport Maine.
Registration and Volunteer check in begins at 7:45am.
Proceeds to Benefit the
Carol Kaplin Fuel Fund.
Winter is tough; let's help! This fun and challenging 5k event takes you through beautiful Freeport and past two graveyards. How perfectly spooky. Do you have the "guts" for this race? There will be a pirate graveyard with hidden treasures for the kids, goodies and lots of family fun for all.
Top 3 over all Male and female. Top 2 in the following age groups: 12 & under, 13-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 & above.
Top 2 in your age group with additional trophies for best adult, tween & kid costumes. Make this a Halloween family tradition. Wilbur's has been voted Maine's best chocolate!! Visit the store while your there and join in on our activities for the entire family. Show your costume and Halloween spirit before, during and after the race!
Tina Hendricks 207-837-9192 ~ e-mail: email@example.com
Race Results 2010
Last year the fund assisted 81 families in keeping warm, 68 in
Freeport and 13 in Pownal. That's a total of $23,000. This was in addition to the 144 families they
helped get fuel through the Low Income Home Assistance Program (LiHEAP).
It gets harder and harder each year to raise this kind of money. Any help you can give us either through funds raised or publicizing the need would be greatly appreciated.
The Freeport Community Center has organized this fund for the local families in need of Freeport and Pownal. If you have any questions or would like to make a donation you can call the Community Center and speak to the FCC Executive Director Bob Lyman at: 207-869-1004 or e-mail him at: firstname.lastname@example.org