4.748 Miles
November 23, 2017 ~ 10:00 a.m
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The 81st Manchester Road Race
On-Line Registration is CLOSED until Sunday Morning
Registration
The annual gathering of the Charlie Robbins Club will be held on Wed, Nov. 29 at noon at the Arbors Retirement Community.  All those who are members or new to the 75+ age group are invited to attend this luncheon and should RSVP by Contacting Us.

Friday, Nov. 24
8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
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Charlie Robbins Club
(75+ Year Old Runners)

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Manchester Road Race Grant Application Procedure

The Manchester Road Race Committee continues the tradition and commitment of charitable giving established by the local Nutmeg Forest chapter of the Tall Cedars of Lebanon in 1951.  Following its mission “…to promote physical fitness and the development and enhancement of community spirit…” the proceeds from the Road Race support numerous non-profit community service and youth organizations.
To request a grant from the Manchester Road Race, please follow these steps:

1. Complete the Grant Application Request Form and save the document on your computer.

2. Complete the “Narrative” portion of the application as a second word document which you may label “Supplementary Information”.

3. Combine all documents into a single PDF and submit an email to mrr@axelhouse.com, with the pertinent documents attached.

We will send confirmation that we have received your request.  All requests will be processed after the January 15 deadline.

All organizations who are awarded a grant will be required to complete a “Final Report” within one year of receiving their grant.  Please submit the completed Final Report to mrr@axelhouse.com.

The Manchester Road Race Committee will distribute more than $100,000 from the proceeds of last year’s Thanksgiving Day run to area charities and non-profit organizations.

“We are fortunate to have the great support of fantastic runners, sponsors, volunteers and fans,” said Dr. Tris Carta, President of the Manchester Road Race Committee. Thanks to all of them, our road race is able to contribute this type of financial support each year to a wide variety of worthwhile groups and activities.”