Record number of runners on Jan. 1
To the editor:
The Souhegan Lions Club, serving the towns of Temple, New Ipswich, Mason and Greenville, thank all those who participated in our New Year’s Day Peanut Butter Chip Chase 5K Run/Walk Road Race. A record 211 runners/walkers took part in a great race, the post-race food and our many prizes.
Being a charity event, we greatly appreciated the support of our loyal sponsors: Antiques and Collectibles Mall, Beeze Tees, Birchwood Inn, Caswell Pump Co., Country Mile, Creative Learning Solutions, EMS, European Esthetics, Family Mediations NH, Fafard Bros. Carpentry, Fernald Taft Falby and Little, Fred Giamo DDS, Gammel Electric, GFA Federal Credit Union, Greenville Auto, Icespike, Jaffrey Eye Care, Law Office of William J. Phillips, Maillet Auto, Markus P’s, Mason Brook Nursery, Michaud Funeral Home, Mullaney and Young, Nennie’s Five Star Café, Panda Wok, Parker’s Maple Barn, Pat’s Peak Ski Area, Re Marble and Granite, Simple Goodness, Tenney Fritz & Combs, Timberdoodle Club, Westside Auto Clinic, Wheeland’s Auto and Truck Service, William H. Wildes, William N. Lamarre Concrete Products and Windblown Cross Country.
Because of all of the above, the Souhegan Lions will continue helping local residents with sight & hearing problems, St. Vincent dePaul Food Pantry, residents in need, Mascenic scholarships, various NH children events and many other worthy projects.
Souhegan Lions Club