SLIDESHOW: More than 300 Runners Participate in McCarthy/Fuller 5K Race

Jessica Hanna and Andrew Harrod, both of Framingham won the women's and men's divisions in the McCarthy/Fuller 5K Race.

Sunday morning, McCarthy Elementary School hosted its 2nd Annual 5K & Fun Run in collaboration with Fuller Middle School. The event attracted more than 300 runners and walkers, along with over 50 participants in the fun run and many more who came to volunteer and cheer. Funds raised will benefit McCarthy & Fuller PTOs. 

Jessica Hanna and Andrew Harrod, both of Framingham won the women's and men's divisions.They were both repeat winners of last year’s 5K race.

Full race results are available at: http://www.coolrunning.com

McCarthy & Fuller PTO, expressed gratitude to all who supported this year’s event: 
“Thank you to everyone who helped make our 2nd annual 5K & Fun Run a success! We want to specifically acknowledge our sponsors, donors, volunteers and participants.”

The PTOs  wanted to thank the Framingham Auxiliary Police for providing free safety services. 

The PTOs also wanted to thank sponsors Wal-mart, Middlesex Savings Bank, Signarama, Next Step Living, Brandie Rae’s School of Dance, Kumon of Framingham, Sweetspot and Kaswell Flooring Systems.

The following businesses donated food or services: Antonio’s Salon Paradiso, Bazaar West, Brooklyn Water Bagels, Cafe Fresh Bagel, Central Rock, Cranmore Mountain, Cumberland Farms, Foxy Lady Nail Salon, Fresh City, Great Wolf Lodge, MA, Marathon Sports, Metrowest Bootcamp, Northpoint Printing, Orange Leaf, PR Running, Skyzone, Plimouth Plantation, Robinson’s Hardware Store, Polar Beverages, Pepsi, Roche Brothers, Sweetspot, Tilly’s, Ultimate Bootcamp, Water Whizz and YMCA. 

Thanks to Ray Nelson, a USATF National Certifier, who certified the 5K route in short time.

Official T-shirts were printed by Northpoint.


Thanks to Kevin Cummings of Cummings Photography in Framingham for covering the 5K for Framingham Patch.
Cheryl Tully Stoll May 05, 2014 at 08:15 AM
Congratulations to the McCarthy community on what I'm hearing was a great race. WTG


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