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5th annual MassBay 5K Race/Walk
October 15, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Massachusetts Bay Community College and the MassBay Alumni Council will host the 5th annual MassBay 5K Race/Walk on Sunday, October 15, 2017 at 10:00AM. President Dr. David Podell will be on hand to welcome the runners and walkers at this family friendly event. Medals will be presented to the top runners and prizes will be raffled off to the participants.
WHAT: MassBay 5K Race/Walk
WHERE: MassBay Community College
WHEN: Sunday, October 15, 2017
TIME: 10AM (9:15AM registration opens)
Interested runners and walkers will pay a $25 registration fee, with all proceeds going to the Bruce Jackson Scholarship Fund. Dr. Bruce Jackson was a long-time faculty member and the chair of the Biotechnology and Forensic DNA Science Department at MassBay.
Runners and walkers can register at www.lightboxreg.com/massbay-5k_2017.
Anyone interested in donating to The Bruce Jackson Scholarship or other MassBay Scholarships can donate here www.massbay.edu/give.
Dr. Jackson passed away in November 2016. For all of his numerous accolades and accomplishments, Dr. Jackson considered himself an educator and mentor to students first, helping launch the careers of many scientists, criminologists, and researchers now active in the STEM fields. To honor his legacy, MassBay has established the Dr. Bruce Jackson Endowed Scholarship Fund to support the cause he championed the most, our students.