Debra Beattie writes:
Suffolk County United Veterans, a non-profit organization that helps homeless and at-risk returning Veterans, is proud to be the recipient of the combined efforts of a number of community groups and volunteers who are hosting the 3rd Annual Riverfront 24 Endurance Run/Walk Race. The event, which will include a range of individual and team challenges, will be held on Saturday and Sunday, from 2:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m., on April 13-14 at the Riverhead Town waterfront.
Denise Mast of New York Adventure Racing Association said, “NYARA is excited to partner with the Riverfront 24 race. It’s a different type of race for us but it embodies the spirit of adventure and endurance while raising money for our veterans, to whom we are so grateful.” Events include a 24- and 12-hour endurance race in individual and team formats. In addition, there will be 24 Tough Guy/Gal challengers competition. Teams may participate with a limitless number of teammates. Prizes and trophies will be given out to top solo competitors and teams. Race Chairperson Debra Beattie noted:
“The phenomenal thing about this event is the way that so many different organizations have come together to show their support of SCUV. “
Entertainment at the site of the event will include music by the Selden Cadets and Broadway Blotto, who wrote performed the 1970s hit, I Wanna Be A Lifeguard, and a DJ for all 24 hours. The event will also host a Car Show, pancake breakfast, community exhibitors, and a fund-raising raffle of gift baskets.
Contact: Debra Beattie, Race Director
Sponsors include Riverhead Ford Lincoln, Cablevision, NYARA, Road ID, the American Patriot Heroes Fund, Multisport Soldier, and the Selden Cadets. For more information and for event registration, go to:
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