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Checks totaling $15,000 awarded to Spruce Run, UM Swimming and Diving Team

Posted June 13, 2013, at 3:23 p.m.
Last modified June 13, 2013, at 4 p.m.
Erin's Run's inaugural event raised $15,000, which was split between Spruce Run and the UM Swimming and Diving Team. Pictured here are: Ben Sprague, race director and childhood friend of Erin's; Susan Lizzotte, head coach of University of Maine Swimming and Diving Team; and Nan Woolley, mother of Erin Woolley.
Erin's Run's inaugural event raised $15,000, which was split between Spruce Run and the UM Swimming and Diving Team. Pictured here are: Ben Sprague, race director and childhood friend of Erin's; Susan Lizzotte, head coach of University of Maine Swimming and Diving Team; and Nan Woolley, mother of Erin Woolley.

BANGOR, Maine — The organizers of Erin’s Run, a 5K road race and walk that took place on April 27 in Bangor, presented checks to the two beneficiaries of the run on the morning of Thursday, June 13, at the offices of Spruce Run, 77 Essex St.

In total, $15,000 was raised, which was split evenly between Spruce Run, a domestic violence center in Bangor where Erin worked, and a scholarship in the memory of Erin Woolley that has been established through the University of Maine Swimming and Diving program.

Thanks were expressed to the two groups for the work they are doing in their communities and for their help with the inaugural Erin’s Run, according to a press release from the organizers.

Work on plans for next year’s run in April or May 2014 in Bangor are already under way.

 

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