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September 26, 2018

Registration Now Open for 24th Annual 5K Cider Run – Walk


Who:  Mexico Public Library
What: 5K Cider Run and Walk, and Fun Run
When:  September 20.  Fun Run 8:30; 5K Cider Run/Walk 9:00.
Where:  Fun Run/Cider Run/Walk – Mexico High School Athletic Fields.
Why:  Proceeds benefit the Mexico Public Library

For More Info, Registration Forms or to Volunteer:  Call 315 963-3356

Online registration at www.EZRaceReg.com

The Mexico Public Library will be sponsoring the 24th Annual 5K Cider Run and Walk and a fun run on September 20 at the Mexico High School.

All events start on the Mexico High School athletic fields. The fun run begins at 8:30 on the high school track and the 5K Cider Run/Walk begins at 9:00 on Liberty Street.

The first 150 registrants for the 5K run/walk will receive a free long-sleeved T-shirt, designed especially for the Cider Run by Custom Novelty Prints.

Returning corporate sponsors include Entergy Nuclear Northeast; TOPS Friendly Markets; Key Bank; Oswego County Federal Credit Union; Agency Specialists Insurance; Land & Trust Realty; Stefano’s Pizzeria; Pathfinder Bank; Custom Novelty Prints; The EyeCare Center of Mexico; Ye Olde Hair Shoppe; Paulanjo’s Pizza; Mane Street Hair Salon; and Kowalski Construction.  New sponsors this year are Village Family Care of Baldwinsville; The Eis House; PINNACLE Preschool; Spine & Joint Pain Specialists at CANI; and Pemberton Associates. Refreshements have been provided in past years by Maple Help Stock Farm; Appledale Orchards; Behling Orchards; The Bake Shop Eatery; Kinney Drugs; and TOPS Friendly Markets.

Again this year, AuyerTiming will provide timing and scoring for the 5K run and walk. AuyerTiming provides electronic timing services for many local and regional road, cross-country, cycling, and snowshoeing races during the year, including races in Lake Placid, Utica, Syracuse and Auburn.
Online registration can be completed now at www.EZRaceReg.com

The Cider Run winds its way through the picturesque streets of the village of Mexico and has become a popular running event for all ages.

More than 200 runners and walkers participated in this race in 2013.

Participants are asked to donate a new or gently used children’s book to the library but this is not a requirement.

All proceeds benefit the Mexico Public Library.

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