|

Brewster: Against the Tide swim, kayak, walk, and/or run

Brewster – The Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition (MBCC) will be holding its annual statewide Against the Tide swim, kayak, walk, and/or run fundraising event, rain or shine, Saturday, Aug. 16 at DCR's Nickerson State Park in Brewster. This family friendly event consists of several components: competitive and recreational 1-mile swims, recreational 2-mile kayak, recreational 3-mile walk, and recreational 5K and 10K runs.

 

Participants of all ages and abilities can choose to participate in these events in any combination. The event also offers an Aquathlon “Splash and Dash” component, where participants “splash” in the competitive swim and immediately “dash” in the competitive 5K or 10K run (chosen by the participant).

 

Day-of registration opens at 7 a.m. Events are held throughout the morning and conclude with an award ceremony at 12 p.m. Visit www.mbcc.org/swim or call 800-649-6222 for more information, to register online, or make a pledge to a participant or fundraising team.

 

Directions to at DCR's Nickerson State Park (3488 Main St., Brewster 02631) from Boston are:

– Take Rte. 3 south to the Sagamore Bridge

– Take Rte. 6 to exit 12 in Orleans

– Turn left off the ramp onto Rte. 6A West towards Brewster.

– Continue for about 2 miles. Park Entrance is on left.

 

 

Short URL: http://www.communityadvocate.com/?p=52423

Posted by on Jul 31 2014. Filed under Events, Uncategorized. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

Leave a Reply


Recently Commented

  • Staci: Hi Michelle, that would be great. Most of the dogs we have transported so far to the 3 shelters mentioned in...
  • Paul Thomas: Please note coment.
  • Paul Thomas: To whom it may concern, Please note Robert Terkanian In this artical said he started the business [ Hair...
  • michelle Gauvin: Hi I’m looking for a dog, Lg breed young ..I live alone and lost my Shep 2yrs ago and been...
  • Staci: Hi Amanda, These dogs would DIE without transport. That is why we bring them to where they are more readily...