The 33rd Annual Reds Race “Race for a Better Community” 2014 is a 5 mile road race and 2.4 mile walking course, open to anyone interested in either running or walking in this annual event.
Participants span from the serious runner to recreational joggers enjoying a challenging, yet beautiful running course, to families and community members of all ages and sizes walking the 2.4 mile walking route.
The intent of all participants is to take part in an historic community event while raising much-needed funds for these local non-profit organizations that provide important services in Strafford County.
Join us on Sunday, April 13th at 10 a.m.
for the running and walking
of Reds Race 2014!
Start location: 288 Central Ave., Dover, NH 03820
Finish location: Henry Law Park, Henry Law Ave., Dover, NH 03820
~New in 2014~
Reds Race is one of the 11 road races in the Dover Race Series
For more information, go to www.doverraceseries.com
Please feel free to take a moment by clicking on each of the non-profit logo’s located here, to learn
about the great things they do every day here in Strafford County.
Seymour Osman Community Center's POP QUIZ ANSWERS!
1. The SOCC building is nestled in the heart of the Dover Housing Authority neighborhood, on Hampshire Circle, just off Whittier Street. Programs take place at the SOCC building and at Woodman Park Elementary School.
2. A longtime member of the DHA Board of Commissioners and active Dover volunteer, “Ozzie,” as he was known to his friends, was a vocal advocate for programs benefiting DHA residents—and in particular, kids.
3. With 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) funding from the federal government, the NH Department of Education awards competitive 5-year grants for expanded academic enrichment opportunities for children attending high-poverty schools. The SOCC has won this grant three times.
4. e. All of the above
5. Students who consistently participate in programs like the SOCC Afterschool Program perform better in school, complete homework more often, and miss school less often.