To celebrate Earth Day, Rivier University's Biology Club will host a 5k Charitable Road Race/Walk on the Rivier University campus on April 22, 2017 at 10 a.m. Proceeds will benefit the Beaver Brook Association in Hollis, N.H.
Prizes will be awarded to runners in various categories, and many items will be included in a raffle on the day of the race. The course will begin and end at the Memorial Hall Parking Lot at the intersection of Clement and South Main Streets, Nashua. Sponsors and environmental organizations will be on-site with educational displays.
Download a registration form.
This will be the 13th annual race. Last year's event raised $900 for charitable organizations.
The Biology Club has sponsored a variety of activities to benefit environmental groups, and has been participating in a highway clean-up project for the last several years. The Club encourages the study of biological sciences through lectures, field trips, and other scholarly pursuits. Students work to contribute to the growth of the institution and the community at large.
The race is open to the public and will take place rain or shine. Registration fee for both runners and walkers is $20. The first 50 race participants to register will receive an environmentally friendly gift. To register in advance, download a registration form for runners and walkers at the top of this page. For more information, contact Dr. Susan Barbaro at (603) 897-8261 or email@example.com.
For representatives from organizations setting up tables for the environmental fair, please have your table set up by 9 a.m. when registration opens. Runners and walkers can begin to check in at the registration table at 9 a.m. and the race will begin at 10 a.m.
General directions to the Rivier campus can be found at www.rivier.edu/directions. Once you turn off the rotary onto the campus, drive straight until you come to an intersection. Memorial Hall will be on your right and Regina Library will be on your left. Turn right to park next to Memorial Hall.