Trekkers will host its annual road race fundraiser in-person and virtually on June 6. In its eighth year, it will include traditions from years past – starting and ending at Thomaston Public Library, a whistleblow start, race T-shirts designed by local marketing shop naretiv, and of course, winners and prizes announced all while all breakfast (pre-packed treats) are enjoyed by all – a fun family event where the community comes together to support local student programming.
When: June 6, 2021. 7:30AM Check-in, 8:30AM start
Where: Thomaston Public Library
Learn More or Sign Up: Click here
Entry Donation: $25 before June 2, $35 Race Day.
Proceeds: 100% of entry donations benefit Trekkers. Or donate to support a student!
Trekkers students and their families will be fundraising for dues assistance. This money goes directly to helping them pay for program costs like transportation, lodging, meals and activities they do while on expedition and throughout the year.
The race will follow recommended safety guidelines. Those interested can learn more about the race and sign up at the race website or call 207-594-5095 with any questions.
This community event is made possible by the support of local businesses, including lead sponsors, First National Bank and First National Wealth Management, Fuller Chevrolet, Maine Coast Petroleum Inc., Central Maine Power, Adventure Advertising, naretiv, Horch Roofing and Advocate supporter, O’Hara Corporation. Thanks to donations from Poland Springs and Flipside Coffee. The following businesses have also supported our youth programs during this challenging year – thank you to Lyman-Morse, The Grasshopper Shop of Rockland, Fisher Engineering, Harbor Road Veterinary Hospital, Dead River Company, Ocean Pursuits, Bay Chiropractic Center, Allen Insurance and Financial, Atwood Lobster, LLC., Brio!, Taxes Plus, L.L. Bean, Rockport Steel, Rockland Savings Bank, FSB, Maine Coast Orthodontics, Hedstrom Electric, Brooks Trap Mill, Viking Inc., Mount Pleasant Dental Care, Hammond Lumber Company, Continuum Physical Therapy, Fabian Oil, Inc., Maine Coast Construction Corporation, Bar Harbor Bank & Trust, Heal Accounting, and Granite Coast Orthodontics.
For over 25 years, non-profit Trekkers has been dedicated to helping young people thrive. Through its unique six-year mentoring and expeditionary learning model, students learn to cultivate their own inherent strengths with a team of peers. Independent research shows measurable increases in resiliency, relationship-building, and aspirations for students. To learn more, visit the website at trekkers.org.