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Participants of the 2021 Virtual Resolution Run should complete their 5K any time, any place on New Year's Day 2021 and then they can opt to log their results here. The Resolution Run requests that you run/walk according to all current CDC guidelines and that you do not use the actual course as there will be no police protection.
All participants will receive our special edition, long sleeve hooded sweatshirt to keep you warm all Winter long. Participants will have the option to pick up their hoodie at a Hillsborough business in the days leading up to January 1st or have it direct shipped to your home for a $10 fee.
Graduates of Hillsborough's Class of 2021 will enjoy a high-spirited, all-night celebration and party immediately following the commencement exercises in June. This popular local effort is part of a nationally recognized program whose goal is to provide a drug and alcohol free celebration of life while giving graduates a positive sendoff. According to the Prosper Press in a publication dated February 21, 2016: The percentage of teen automobile fatalities involving alcohol jumps from 33 percent to 40 percent on the night of graduation. One-third of those younger than 21 who die in car accidents lose their lives during graduation season. In a 2010 poll, 79 percent of seniors admitted teens were more likely to drink and drive on graduation night. In a 2010 poll, 79 percent of seniors admitted teens were more likely to drink and drive on graduation night. In the event that Project Graduation needs to be cancelled in 2021, the Project Graduation Committee will determine the best use of the funds.
Rock Steady Boxing is a unique program in Hillsborough organized by Barbara Kelly to improve symptoms and quality of life in people diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease. This cause is important to us as the Resolution Run Founder, Gary Verhoorn, says this program has helped him tremendously following his own diagnosis. Our goal in 2021 is to fund educational programs and support a scholarship program for those in our community who may not be able to participate as a result of limited funds.
Early Bird Registration is available through midnight, October 15, 2020. The fee is $32. After that date, the registration fee will go to $37.
Each year we invite participants to help us restock the Township Food Bank and bring non-perishable items with them on race day. We have added a $5 add on item at check out for those who still wish to support the food bank with their participation.