Run the 'Burg for Autism

8th Annual

June 2, 2018

Run the 'Burg for Autism

What: 5K Run/Walk
When: Saturday, June 2, 2018
Where: Village of Hamburg, start and finish a J.P. Fitzgerald's, 4236 Clark Street, Hamburg, NY

Run the ’Burg for Autism is one of the premier Western New York 5K run/walks through the Village of Hamburg. This year’s Run the ’Burg will take place on June 2, 2018, marking the eighth year of this family-friendly event. Last year’s run involved over 1400 participants. The USATF/RRTC certified race course (#NY11101JG) conveniently starts and finishes just paces away from J.P. Fitzgerald’s, located at 4236 Clark Street in Hamburg, NY, the host site for both pre-registration and the post-race party. See course map below.

Schedule of Events
Saturday, June 2, 2018 at J.P. Fitzgerald's
• 8:00 am registration/packet pickup
• 11:00 am race starts
• 11:30 am to 3:00 pm post race party and awards

AWARDS - Top 3 Runners in Each Bracket - Men and Women
10 years & under - NEW for 2018 12 years & under - NEW for 2018 14 years & under
15-19 years 20-24 years 25-29 years
30-34 years 35-39 years 40-44 years
45-49 years 50-54 years 55-59 years
60-64 years 65-69 years 70-74 years
75-79 years 80 and older SSPP Students, Top 3 runners boys & girls

The post-race celebration and awards ceremony takes place immediately following the race and features live music, a beer tent, and a supervised kid’s zone with plenty of kid-friendly activities sponsored by A Leap in Learning. Free event parking is available at the Erie County Fairgrounds, Clark Street Entrance. Food is available for purchase. Awards will be given to the top three categories in multiple age groups for boys, girls, men and women. There will also be a basket raffle featuring a myriad of great merchandise, crafts and gift cards from some of Western New York’s finest.

Registration

(Q) When does registration open?
(A) Registration opens in January, 2018.

(Q) How can I register?
(A) There are 3 ways to register once registration opens in January, 2018:

  1. MAIL- Download and mail your application with payment to: J.P.'s Foundation | PO Box 567 | Hamburg, NY 14075
  2. ONLINE- You can register online at itsbuffalotime.com.
  3. AT J.P. Fitzgerald's - Friday, June 1, 2018: 2:00-8:00 PM
  4. RACE DAY- at J.P. Fitzgerald's, 8:00-10:30 AM

(Q) Where can I get an application
(A) You can download the application from this web-site. Applications will also be available at J.P. Fitzgerald's and Runners Roost in Orchard Park.

(Q) When does packet pick up and race day registration and begin?
(A) Packets may be picked up between 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm on Friday, June 1, 2018 at J.P. Fitzgerald's. Tickets for the gift basket silent auction will also be available with baksets displayed and browsing encouraged! On race day, packets will be available starting at 8:00 am at J.P. Fitzgerald's.

(Q) Where do I pick up my packet?
(A) At J.P. Fitzgerald's, 4236 Clark Street, Hamburg
Friday, June 1, 2018 between 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm; Race day, starting at 8:00 am.

(Q) Can someone else pick up my packet?
(A) Yes, but the person picking up the packet(s) will need the participants name.

(Q) What is entry fee?
(A) $25 pre-registration, $30 race day, kids under 10 years on race day are free. Special discounted family and team pricing.

(Q) How can I pay for the race?
(A) Cash, check and credit card will be accepted the day of race. Credit/Debt cards will be the only means of payment on-line.

(Q) Can I use my own timing chip?
(A) No. Each registered runner/walker will receive a bib with timing device in their race packet that corresponds to their race number.

(Q) How many runners/walkers will receive a T-Shirt?
(A) The first 1500 registrants will receive a T-Shirt.

(Q) Are Strollers, Roller Blades, Bikes, or Animals allowed?
(A) Strollers are allowed, but roller blades, bikes and animals are not allowed.

New for 2018 - Team Registration!

Creating a team is a fun way to get your co-workers, family and friends involved in Run the ‘Burg and support this worthy cause. We are offering special team pricing. To receive the team discount, teams must consist of a minimum of 20 team members. Members do not all have to register at the same time. Each participating team will be recognized and photographed on race day.
Once registration is open, use the following steps to create a team:

  1. Go to online team registration page
  2. Team Captain will create a team and register themself
  3. Team Captain will share the team name with other team members
  4. Team members will join the team when registering themselves

Course map - 5K Run/Walk

Starting near the Clark Street/Buffalo Street/South Park Avenue Roundabout in the Village of Hamburg, the certified USATF/RRTC race course (#NY11101JG) winds through the heart of the Village of Hamburg. This relatively flat race course is considered a fast track for competitive runners and a comfortable course for those just looking for the benefit of walking or running as part of a great day and greater cause.

Press

HAMBURG, NY (November 17, 2016) - J.P.'s Foundation presented Veronica Federiconi, executive director of Autism Services Inc., a check for $55,000. These funds were raised by the Foundation's annual Run the 'Burg for Autism and Golfing for Autism, which have helped to establish and maintain the Autism Services, Inc. Resource Center.

Autism Services, Inc. Resource Center, located at 97 Main Street in the Village of Hamburg, is a community resource offering support and services to the Southtowns communities. The Center provides workshops, outreach activities, respite services and support groups, and features a conference center, the J.P.'s Foundation Art Gallery, and the Kyle Reid Resource Library. For hours and more information, visit www.autism-services-inc.org/hamburg-resource-center.


Pictured (L-R): J.P.'s Foundation vice-president Brian Attea; Autism Services, Inc. executive director Veronica Federiconi; J.P.'s Foundation board member Dave Whittemore; Paula Carver; J.P.'s Foundation president Bob Brunner.

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