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10th Annual M.O.M.'s Run 5k Run and Walk for Cancer
Please join us for our 10th annual M.O.M.'s Run 5K Run/Walk for Cancer on Sunday May13th (Mother's Day) in Davis Sq. Somerville!
We have a kids fun run (1/10 mile) for 9 years and under at 9:30AM for $5.00, 5K walk at 9:45AM and 5K Run at 10AM for $30.00. All events will start and finish from The Dilboy VFW Post (371 Summer St.) in Davis Square and ALL are Welcome!
New this year for our Special 10th Annual Celebration and race awards will be held out of the Burren's back room and parking lot! Back by popular demand there will be DJ Dave mixing the tunes, Redbones and Harpoon providing post race food and beverages, and of course our awesome Raffle!!! So don't forget to bring some cash to support this 100% Cancer Fundraiser for Basic Innovative Cancer Research at Dana-Farber supporting the Claudia Adams Barr program!
Remember there is parking behind the post for those who arrive early - meters and permit parking are not in effect on Sundays!
There is on-line registration here: http://www.racemenu.com/momsrun and race day registration from 8:-9:30 am at the VFW.
For more information visit www.momsrun.org
THANK YOU for your support; we hope to see you there!
The Pilotte Family
|Where||Veterans of Foreign Wars George Dilboy Post 529 371 Summer St, Somerville, MA 02144|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||9:30 am–11:00 am|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
More About Veterans of Foreign Wars George Dilboy Post 529
This local branch of the national Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States organization, VFW Post 529, is named for George Dilboy, a onetime Somerville resident of Greek descent who received the Medal of Honor for his efforts in World War I.
The George Dilboy Post is located on Summer Street just outside of Davis Square in the Winter Hill Bank building, with its entrance on Summer Street adjacent to the parking lot. This local branch holds monthly meetings, hosts fundraisers, does community service projects, participates in national scholarship contests and reaches out to local veterans. The George Dilboy Post also rents out its hall for functions and events.