We’d like to thank everyone for their support and sponsorship of the 2018 Laurel Run! Without your kind contributions none of this would be possible. From the bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU! For those already thinking about next year’s event it’s already being planned and will take place July 19-20 in 2019. See you then!

Laurel Run Dice Run

Laurel Run Dice Run

Saturday, July 18, 2015

Start & End Point – Silver Creek, NY, Village Park (intersection of Routes 5 & 20)

Registration: 10 a.m. to noon on the day of the dice run. (Run begins at noon; must be back by 4 p.m.)

Laurel Run Dice Run
Enjoy a trip through scenic Chautauqua County on a route that takes participants through Cassadaga, Ellery Center, Jamestown, and Westfield before returning to Silver Creek.

High Rolling Driver
High Rolling Rider
Low Rolling Driver
Low Rolling Rider

* $1.00 to re-roll at any site – no limits on how many times you roll!

Driver – $20
With a Rider – $30

Free food
Live music
Goody bag & T-shirt
Meet Laurel and her family!

About Laurel Run

Laurel Run is named for Laurel Hotelling, a woman with Down syndrome who works at The Resource Center. Laurel’s parents, Elaine and Wayne Hotelling, started Laurel Run to celebrate the potential of people with disabilities like Laurel, who can accomplish great things if given the chance. In 2008 we added a Dice Run to the other Laurel Run events, which include a running race, a fitness walk, children’s runs, and “Laurel’s Lap” (for anyone with a disability), followed by a party in the Village Park. All of these events take place the morning of the Dice Run, so arrive early to register and check out everything that is going on.

Money raised through Laurel Run goes to TRC Foundation to enhance employment and work training opportunities for adults with disabilities at The Resource Center, so that they can know the feelings of pride, satisfaction and self-worth that come from earning real money for performing meaningful work. Laurel Run proceeds also are used to support The Resource Center’s disability awareness and prevention efforts.

For more information, phone 661-1001.

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