Neighbors Running for Neighbors: SSA’s Virtual 5K!

SSA’s “Neighbors Running for Neighbors” Virtual 5K
Thursday, October 15 – Sunday, November 15, 2020

In lieu of their usual fall fundraiser, Social Services Association has set up a Virtual Road Race Run/Walk so everyone can help SSA while staying safe.  As winter approaches, it is even more important to keep their pantry full!

You can complete the race any time between October 15 – November 15, 2020. Run on the treadmill, in your neighborhood, or any other permitted location (while safely social distancing!). Complete the race your way: walk or run. The cost to run is $40.

All runners will receive a 2020 SSA Virtual Race long sleeve dry-fit t-shirt.  T-shirts will be shipped to all registered runners after the race is completed – toward the end of November.

Everyone is eligible to win this race!  SSA will randomly choose 3 winners through a drawing from all registered runners; prizes will be mailed after the race registration window is closed.

1st prize: $150 gift card to Roots Steakhouse.
2nd prize is $100 gift card to Albert’s Cafe Amici.
3rd prize is $50 gift card to S. Egidio.

To register or for more information, go to

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