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The Ordination Rock 5K Family Race on July 4th through Tamworth Village
starts at 8:30 am.
Race day Registration & number pick-up: 7:30-8:00 a.m. K.A. Brett School, Tamworth, NH
Click here for Registration Form
Spread the word! PDF of 5K Poster
Start: Ordination Rock – outside Tamworth Village up Cleveland Hill Road
Finish: K.A. Brett School
Course: A scenic run through quaint Tamworth Village to include Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm (Binsack Trail), Captain Enoch Remick House, The Tamworth Historical Society, The Barnstormers Theatre, & Cook Memorial Library; winding over the Swift River, turn by Tamworth Veterans’ Memorial and a straight final run down Rte 113 to the School.
Safety: Medical aid provided courtesy of the Tamworth Rescue Squad. Course safety supervised by/courtesy of the Tamworth Police Department.
Water Stops: In front of the Tamworth Historical Society building & at the finish line.

This race benefits Cook Memorial Library.
Send by mail or drop off Registration Forms at: Cook Memorial Library, 5K Race, 93 Main St, Tamworth NH 03886
Any questions? Call 603-323-8510 or email: chris@tamworthlibrary.org. Suggested Donation of $15: checks must accompany registration and be made out to “Cook Memorial Library.” NO REFUNDS

Book it for Cook! Ordination Rock 5K Family Race on July 4th
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  • July 29, 2013 at 8:20 pm
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    Tamworth Ordination Rock 5K Results
    A record number of 134 walkers and runners participated in the July 4th Ordination Rock 5K in Tamworth, benefiting the Cook Memorial Library. The course record was broken by Adam Pacheck of Syracuse, NY with a time of 25:37 and also by Tamworth’s Zachary Switaj who finished in 17:06. Rounding out the top four adult male runners were Moussa Ooameyrou at 20:23, and Claes Thelemarck 20:29. Top female runners were Terry Ballou 21:10, Abby Rogers 23:12, and Kerry Oedel 23:19. Top female teen runners were Danielle Mason 27:01, Fiona Davis-Walsh 28:16, Sianna Streeter 29:42, and Anais El Yousi 29:43. Top teen males were Finn Mahoney 20:42, Kyle O’Keefe 23:00, and Michael Pieroni 25:52. Youth runner top-finishers for boys were Cameron Leavitt 25:37, Jon Martin 27:20, Sonny Dabica 31:58, and Gabe Martin 36:27, and for girls: Maggie Martin 35:08, Sophie Oedel 36:36, Dianna Martin 37:21, and Sarah Schartner 39:49. Top female adult walkers were Amy Berrier and Suzanne Halpern 43:56, Emily Buswell 44:44, Beth Buswell 44:46, and Tina Wallace 44:47, and the top female teen finisher was Grace Townsend 49:25. The fastest girl walkers were Sydney Wallace 49:13 and Gracie Wallce 1:05:28. Top male adult walkers were Kelly Jon Scruggs 47:32, Kent Hemingway 48:26, and Elton Champagne 1:02:34 and the fastest boy walker was Felix Carter 1:05:03.
    The race was supported by two local businesses, the Tamworth Lyceum and Grandy Oats. The Tamworth Historical Society provided a water station. Tamworth police and the rescue squad were on hand to assist and Parker Roberts of the Tamworth Recreation Department provided organizational support. Many other volunteers helped on race day to register runners and walkers, cheer them along the route, record their times, and welcome them over the finish line at the K.A. Brett School. Every town should have an annual race- it’s a great way to focus on health and fitness and to celebrate and have some fun.

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