10th Annual
Mike Donohoe 5K

Run/Walk for Melanoma

October 2, 2016
Georgetown, Massachusetts

Time: 11:30 Kid's K
12:00 Noon 5K Run/Walk
Number pick-up and race location: Pre-Race Number Pick Up
Saturday, October 1st, 9:00 am to 12:00 noon
at Perley School, Gymnasium, 51 North Street, Georgetown

Race Day Number Pick Up
Begins at 10:00 am race day at Perley School Gym, 51 North Street, Georgetown

Perley School, 51 North Street, Georgetown

Race Day Parking
Parking at Middle/High School, 11 Winter St.

Distance: 5-Kilometers

Pre-entry $20, Race day entry $25

Merchandise Awards in Age Groups: Top 3 male and female in the 5K, top 3 male and female 14 & under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 and over. Middle/High School team and club awards.
Cash Awards 5K:

1st Place Male & Female $200 each
2nd Place Male & Female $100 each
3rd Place Male & Female $ 50 each
Top Boys Team* $200
Top Girls Team* $200
Top Club* $200

* Team or club limited to middle and high school and must be sanctioned by the school administration. A minimum of 5 members is required for each club or team, and each team member must submit a separate registration.

  • Post race refreshments
  • Therapeutic massage
  • Free Raffle, Special Giveaways
  • Festive pumpkins to finishers while supplies last!
  • Facial Scanning
  • Melanoma/Skin Cancer Information Station
  • Free skin cancer screenings provided by dermatologists
    from the Department of Dermatology
    at Brigham and Women’s Hospital courtesy of
    the Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women
  • Flat and fast, USATF certified course (#MA07001JK)
  • Chip timing provided by Yankee Timing
  • Water Stations
  • Mile Split
T-Shirts: t-shirt to all who register online by September 17, 2016
Race Scoring:
Chip Timing by Yankee Timing
contact dave@yankeetiming.com

In memory of our dear friend Mike, who lost his battle with cancer in June 2006

Proceeds from the Race will benefit the Michael J. Donohoe Scholarship Fund and the Melanoma Foundation of New England.

Melanoma is a deadly, yet highly preventable form of skin cancer. The mission of theMelanoma Foundation of New England is to save lives by reducing the incidence of melanoma. This year alone, 10,000 people will die in this country from melanoma: that’s one person each hour who dies from this disease. For more information, please visit www.mfne.org

Additional Fundraising opportunity: Join our team and raise more for scholarship and MFNE. Share this link with all your family and friends who cannot participate in the Run/Walk!
Parking: Free parking.
Contact: Rich LaFlamme at laflamme.rich@gmail.com. (339)440-2664

Designed by Yankee Timing