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!

Silver Creek’s Morgan Lewis wins logo design contest

Posted by Chris Anderson - June 12, 2019 - Logo Contest, News - No Comments

Silver Creek High School student Morgan Lewis was the winner of the competition to design the logo for the 2019 Laurel Memorial Run and Walk.

Each year, the Laurel Run Planning Committee holds a contest among area high school students to design the Laurel Run logo. Internal voting at The Resource Center and Filling the Gap, Inc., determined the finalists, and those designs were then featured on the Observer’s web site so people could vote online for their favorite.

Morgan’s design received the most votes in the internal voting at The Resource Center and Filling the Gap, as well as in the online voting. Her design will appear on this year’s Laurel Memorial Run/Walk T-shirts and other promotional materials. For winning the competition, Morgan will receive a $100 gift card.

We thank all of the students who participated in this year’s design con test.

The 23rd annual Laurel Memorial Run and Walk begins Friday, July 19, with the traditional Jamestown-to-Dunkirk relay run, which features representatives from area schools running the different legs of the relay. The event begins at about 8:30 at The Resource Center’s facility at 75 Jones & Gifford Avenue in Jamestown and ends at Washington Park in Dunkirk, where the city will host a victory celebration from 12:30 to 2:00.

The following morning in Silver Creek, there will be an 8-kilometer run, a 5k fitness walk, a 1k fun walk, children’s runs and Laurel’s Legacy Lap, in which anyone with a disability is invited to talk a lap around the track at the ballfield downtown.

Laurel Run was created by Wayne and Elaine Hotelling in honor of their oldest daughter, who had Down syndrome. The event is designed to celebrate the achievements of people with disabilities. Money raised through the Laurel Memorial Run/Walk goes to Filling the Gap, which works with The Resource Center to improve the lives of people with disabilities in Chautauqua County

For more information or to sign up to participate in Laurel Run, phone 934-3952 or 661-4735, or visit www.laurel-run.com.

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