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December 8, 2013

Hermon Jingle Bell 5K

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Results courtesy of Timing & Finish Line Management by Run In A Race LLC

file photo of Eric Curtis

file photo of Eric Curtis

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July 17, 2010

2010 Annual Danforth to Dysarts 5k

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5th Annual Danforth’s to Dysart’s 5k Road Race

2010 Results & 2010 Photos if we can find any!

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4th Annual Danforth’s to Dysart’s 5k Road Race

3.1 miles from Hermon High School to Dysart’s

August 15, 2009

From Facebook Dysart’s Photos – Wall Photos

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“Wall Photos” by Dysart’s

Race from Danforth’s to Dysart’s. Event was held this past (15 Aug 2009) Saturday, in the heat. The real challenge was with one mile left to go 10 contestants challenged themselves to eat blueberry Pie. Here is Eric Boberg, Jordan Dysart, and Mary Hartt. They all took the challenge and can still talk about it. More videos coming soon, WE HOPE 🙂

5k Run Results

1. Philip Lebreton, 16:59

2. Evan Piccirillo, 17:24

3. Ed Hughes, 19:45

4. Darik Frye, 20:32

5. Ryan Botting, 21:01

6. Jeff Sands, 22:06

7. Jeffrey Thibodeau, 22:20

8. Ezra Dean, 22:31

9. Maggie Bryan, 22:35

10. Brian Parent, 22:37

11. Bob Sherman, 23:13

12. Brenda Saulter, 23:38

13. Joseph Locke, 24:24

14. Chad Scripture, 24:35

15. Holly Freeman, 24:43

16. Katherine Collins, 24:46

17. Derek Langway, 25:14

18. Dave Samuelian, 25:38

19. Eric Boberg, 26:02

20. Kelly Berglund, 26:33

21. Josh Devou, 26:44

22. Ola Tucker, 26:45

23. Rachel Tucker, 26:49

24. Elizabeth Labun, 27:05

25. Suzanne Labun, 27:07

26. Ed Connors, 27:10

27. Michelle Czapiga, 27:36

28. David Smith, 27:46

29. Tim Colfer, 27:49

30. Katherine Durgin, 28:23

31. Linda Fuller, 29:12

32. John Paddock, 29:52

33. Mark Barrows, 30:14

34. Patricia Dunbar, 30:22

35. Heather Ouellette, 30:24

36. Megan Howes, 30:43

37. Dick Miles, 30:54

38. Joshua Ouellette, 31:37

39. Michelle Goody, 32:00

40. Jonathan Petry, 32:14

First Annual Hermon Alumni 5K Road Race 2006

See also 2007

July 14, 2007 Hermon Alumni 5K Hermon
uly 19, 2008 3rd Annual Danforth’s to Dysart’s 5K Photos at Hermon

2008 photo at Danforth's to Dysarts 5K

September 13, 2009

Run for Hope

Filed under: Bangor,hermon,Photos — David Colby Young @ 7:40 am

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On a beautiful sunny day here in Hampden over 350 runners got together for the Run For Hope, a 5k run to raise money for cancer research. Peter Daigle has been an organizer here for the past 16 ye…

Photos on Facebook 2009

Photo courtesy of Run for Hope on Facebook

Photo courtesy of Run for Hope on Facebook

The Sawyer Report & 2009 Photos see Below

On Sunday, (09-13-2009), Charles & Paula Sawyer drove 1 hour north on Route 95 to run the “Race For Hope” which took place at the White House Inn in Hampden, a suburb a few miles west of Bangor. Paula tells us “”We ran the race last year and really were impressed with its organization, the participants, the food and the prizes. The event did not disappoint us this year. When we arrived at the hotel, we picked up our bib numbers and requested the bathroom facilities and the hotel manager gave us the key to the hot tub room where we were able to get ready for the race. The NBC affiliate (WLBZ, Channel 2 from Bangor) was there interviewing athletic teams from the University of Maine at Orono and we spotted the women’s hockey team, the women’s basketball team and the men’s cross country team and football teams all gathered in groups getting ready to run the race as well. Traditionally, the University of Maine athletic dept. also supports the cancer -fund raising event and this year all proceeds from the race were raised for the new cancer center which has been built and is part of Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor.

It was a hot, sunny day and the race began at 11:30. Just before the gun was fired and the race began, the organizer presented plaques to three Bangor area cancer survivors. Each of the cancer survivors also spoke to the crowds about their experiences and thanked us for our participation in this event which was first initiated in 1994. Organizers of “Run for Hope” were inspired by Terry Fox, a cancer survivor in Canada, who lost his leg to the disease and walked the entire distance of Canada raising millions of dollars for cancer reserach. Since 1994, the race has been held every year and many notables have participated. This year, two area physicians, one a Bangor oncologist, ran the race and another female physician also walked the course.

The course has a good three hills in it and part of it was on an ascending cross-country path and the other parts were alongside highways and then through country paths and over railroad tracks. Charlie ran in the 23’s and came in first in his age and I ran 30.24 and came in first in my age. The field of men in his age category was huge because a lot of guys in their 60’s turned out for this event. Not so for the women in their 60’s. After the race, the awards ceremony took place in the parking lot of the hotel.

This hotel is beautiful and architecturally is patterned after the back portion of the White House in DC! There is an outdoor, heated swimming pool and all of the U. Maine/Orono college athletes cooled off after the event by throwing themselves into the pool! And yes, again, I had to take lots and lots of photos! I even took a photo of the WLBZ Channel 2 photographer who was photographing the college kids!:) The food was great and included Mrs. Field’s white and dark chocolate chip cookies, bananas, sliced oranges, low-cal sports drinks, orange juices, muffins, bananas and other pastries. At the awards ceremony, they presented blue, red and yellow ribbons for first, second and third in each category and then they announced at least 10-15 extraordinary door prizes all of which were overnight stays to hotels in Maine. The last name drawn was mine and I received an overnight stay to one of four hotels of my choice, one of which was the White House Inn. Another choice was the Black Bear Inn in Orono, Maine, another was the hotel next door to the Casino in Bangor and the fourth was the Fairfield Inn at Waterville. Right now, I am leaning toward the White House Inn! The food at the race yesterday was super. ”

See Paula Sawyer’s photo report below. All of these photos Paula Sawyer took at the White House Inn at the awards ceremony after the Run for Hope 5K was completed.

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