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Final Orange Runners Club Event of 2022

The Jingle Jog race started off simply as a holiday season fun run. Through the years it became popular and also competitive as the final race of the Orange Runners Club season adding its membership into the Grand Prix race series.

The Jingle Jog has been held in several different locations around the area (see sidebar), and is a race allowing us to get into a seasonal holiday costume and also to get in some extra points in the Grand Prix in closing out the running season.

While this is all true, the best reason to come out is to simply enjoy the holiday season with our running buddies before the year closes out. And in the light of the past 6 difficult seasons we wish everyone the best and to be light on their feet and warm in their hearts.

 
We hope you enjoyed the Orange Runners Club's Jingle Jog and many thanks for all the sharing of gifts for local children in this season of giving.
Finally kind thanks to EVERYONE who participated in the 2021 Orange Runners Club Jingle Jog, including the Grand Prix Committee, the generous sponsors below, and the volunteers who made it all work.

 

 

 

Date/Time:
December 4th, 2022 at 10:00 am
Walkers at 9:45 am
Runners and Walkers receive a special gift while they last!

Location:

Middletown Elks Lodge #1097,
48 Prospect St, Middletown, NY

Fees:
See Registration Form

Awards:
Top 3 overall M/F
3 deep in age groups: 1-12; 13-19; 20-29; 30-39; 40-49; 50-59; 60-69; 70-79, and 80 and above. Top 5 walkers of any gender.

Awards will be given out & food provided at the Middletown Elks Lodge following completion of the race.

Race Directors:
Deanna Bradley email wibari88@hotmail.com and
Naomi Forter at nforter@hvc.rr.com

John Pozo of Cornwall - course record in 2021 of 22:18.

Female Best: Hannah Schmitt, 25:25 (2017)

 

 
 
Thanks to our Jingle Jog Sponsors

** Please consider them in your day **
 
   
     



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