Hudson, Marlborough groups to host 5K – Community Advocate

Hudson, Marlborough groups to host 5K – Community Advocate

Hudson, Marlborough groups to host 5KHUDSON – The Hudson Youth Substance Abuse Prevention (YSAP) and the Marlborough Alliance for Prevention (MAP) will host a 5K run, walk, roll and stroll at Hudson High School at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 24. 

The proceeds from the event will go to programs like YSAP and MAP that are dedicated to the support and education of substance use.

The 5K is open to people of all ages and abilities, and prizes will be awarded to top finishers for those who run the 5K route. 

YSAP was created in 2015 to reduce and prevent youth substance use and addiction in Hudson, and the group has put its efforts into participating in community events, collecting data and hosting Narcan training. 

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YSAP and MAP are now joining forces to hold this family fun event. 

Director of Public and Community Health Lauren Antonelli, said the main goals of the event are to raise awareness around substance use and organizations like YSAP and MAP and raise funds.

“We wanted this to be a community-building event,” said Antonelli. “That’s also why we wanted this to be for all ability levels. We want everyone in the community to come out and feel welcomed to join.”

Check-in starts at 8 a.m. and the race will be held rain or shine. The individual online entry fee is $25 and the student online entry fee is $15. Day of registration is $30 for all. The race will start at the front parking lot and end at HHS’ Busch Field. 

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For general event questions please call Hudson Board of Health at 978-562-2020.

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Hudson, Marlborough groups to host 5KHUDSON – The Hudson Youth Substance Abuse Prevention (YSAP) and the Marlborough Alliance for Prevention (MAP) will host a 5K run, walk, roll and stroll at Hudson High School at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 24. 

The proceeds from the event will go to programs like YSAP and MAP that are dedicated to the support and education of substance use.

The 5K is open to people of all ages and abilities, and prizes will be awarded to top finishers for those who run the 5K route. 

YSAP was created in 2015 to reduce and prevent youth substance use and addiction in Hudson, and the group has put its efforts into participating in community events, collecting data and hosting Narcan training. 

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YSAP and MAP are now joining forces to hold this family fun event. 

Director of Public and Community Health Lauren Antonelli, said the main goals of the event are to raise awareness around substance use and organizations like YSAP and MAP and raise funds.

“We wanted this to be a community-building event,” said Antonelli. “That’s also why we wanted this to be for all ability levels. We want everyone in the community to come out and feel welcomed to join.”

Check-in starts at 8 a.m. and the race will be held rain or shine. The individual online entry fee is $25 and the student online entry fee is $15. Day of registration is $30 for all. The race will start at the front parking lot and end at HHS’ Busch Field. 

For general event questions please call Hudson Board of Health at 978-562-2020.

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