Miles for Meals 5K 2016

More than 350 people turned out last June for the first-ever Connecticut Food Bank Miles for Meals 5K race. This year, we’re offering Tech tees to the first 400 registrants, so sign up early to guarantee you get one!

 

Runners at the ready!

Runners at the ready!

Runners got to Calf Pasture Beach at 7AM on race day to register.

Runners got to Calf Pasture Beach at 7AM on race day to register.

Connecticut Food Bank CEO Bernie Beaudreau welcomes runners before joining them on the course.

Connecticut Food Bank CEO Bernie Beaudreau welcomes runners before joining them on the course.

Citizens Bank Senior Vice President, Commercial Banking, Paul Savino speaks to the runners before the start. Citizens Bank is presenting sponsor of this year's race.

Citizens Bank Senior Vice President, Commercial Banking, Paul Savino speaks to the runners before the start. Citizens Bank is presenting sponsor of this year’s race.

left to right: Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling, State Senator Bob Duff and State Representative Chris Perone.

left to right: Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling, State Senator Bob Duff and State Representative Chris Perone.

The Galdieri family, from Ridgefield, ran the race together. Son Enzo took home third prize in his age division.

The Galdieri family, from Ridgefield, ran together. Son Enzo took home third prize in his age division.

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Approaching the Finish Line.

 

 

 

First place finisher, Justin Lubeley of Darien, crosses the finish line at the Connecticut Food Bank Miles for Meals 5K.

First place finisher, Justin Lubeley of Darien, crosses the finish line at the Connecticut Food Bank Miles for Meals 5K.

 

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