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 Course Description & Residential Road Impact

The Annual Stinger Sprint 5K race/walk will be held Sunday, June 11, 2017.  All proceeds for this event benefit the Greenwich Township PTO.   The race will begin at approximately 9:00 am.  Several local roads will be impacted and/or temporarily closed as the race course is made up of community roadways.  Please note roadways will be accessible for emergency conditions during the race. 

The race will begin at the Greenwich Township Elementary School and proceed onto Wyndham Farm Blvd.  Participants will then turn right onto Dori Pl. and then left onto Fanning Mill Rd.  (the second road).  They will follow Fanning Mill Rd. and then take a right on Daniel Dr.  They will then turn right back onto Wyndham Farm Blvd.  Runners will cross over Greenwich St. (County Road 638).  The Greenwich Township Police Department will be closing Greenwich Street in both directions, to all drivers, while runners are crossing during the race.  The participants will follow Wyndham Farm Blvd until the end of the road where they will turn right onto Thomas Carling Dr.  They then turn right onto Maxwell Dr. and then right again onto Marlin Farm Rd.  Finally, the racers will turn left back onto Wyndham Farm Blvd. and follow it all the way back to the Elementary School, again crossing Greenwich St.

We are asking residents, if possible, please do not park any vehicles on the course streets the morning of Sunday, June 11th.

We are celebrating our colorful school community with a color run.  Participants will pass several "color stations" along the route and get color blasted with safe, eco-friendly, plant-based powdered dye.   The locations of the color stations will be carefully planned to avoid impact to residential properties.  The dye powder is completely safe and can easily be rinsed away with water or can be simply blown away with a leaf blower. 

Please be aware that runners, walkers and volunteers will be along the course all morning the day of the race.  We’ve been working with the Police Department to ensure safety for all.  .