Common Read 2nd Annual Walk/Run/Roll
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The 2nd Annual Common Read Race/Walk/Roll will kick-off on Thursday, October 22nd. Registration starts at 3 PM and the race starts at 4 PM. Anyone wishing to participate is encouraged to preregister online. A minimum donation of $5 is requested and proceeds will go towards a graduating scholarship for a veteran. There will be a club competition on the theme with the winning club receiving a pizza party. Also, the class with the greatest participation will receive a pizza party

When: Thursday, October 22, 2015
3 PM to 5 PM
Where: Westcheser Community College
Physical Education Building
75 Grasslands Road
Valhalla, New York  10595
United States
Presenter: FYE & Physical Education Department
Contact: Richard Gennaro

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We are excited to announce the Second Annual FYE/Common Read Walk/Run/Roll to be held on Thursday, October 22 from 3:00-5:00 pm. Registration starts at 3 PM; the race will start at 4 PM.  In case you were wondering, the "roll” refers to students in wheelchairs. This race was inspired by this year’s Common Read book, Double Take by Kevin Michael Connolly.

By participating in this event, you will foster a Westchester Community College sense of community while emphasizing one of the important themes of the book:  Resilience & Adaptation. 

This race is being sponsored by The Common Read Program in conjunction with the Physical Education Department.  There will be a minimum of a $5.00 donation/registration fee to participate in this event.  The funds raised from this event will be used for a Graduating Scholarship for a veteran through the Westchester Community College Foundation. 

 We have attached a flyer describing the event.  We would like to challenge you and your students to enroll as many participants as possible.  The class and the club with the most contestants will be awarded a pizza party!  In addition, there will be several categories of first-place winners, who will be awarded a gold medal.  Can we count on you to join in and encourage your students to participate?