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Trinity-Pawling School Opens Campus For Community Fundraiser

MayDay is a fundraising event on the Trinity-Pawling School campus organized in conjunction with Mizzentop Day School and Pawling Central School to benefit two local charities.
MayDay is a fundraising event on the Trinity-Pawling School campus organized in conjunction with Mizzentop Day School and Pawling Central School to benefit two local charities. Photo Credit: Trinity-Pawling School

PAWLING, N.Y. -- Trinity-Pawling School will host visitors to campus to celebrate the greater Pawling community.

MayDay is a fundraising event organized in conjunction with Mizzentop Day School and Pawling Central School to benefit two local charities: Ryan’s Foundation and The Pawling Resource Center. They welcome families and friends to the Trinity-Pawling School campus for a day of competition and fun.

The main event for the day is a 7k “Extreme Cross Country” Race, which benefits Ryan's Foundation. The race will pose a challenge for even the most conditioned athletes.

For those looking for a slightly more relaxed physical activity, there will be a walking course as well. There will also be a half-mile kids race on the track for under 10-year-olds in attendance.

There will also be a food drive to collect dry goods for the Pawling Resource Center. Students and youngsters can enjoy inflatable slides, a climbing wall, obstacle courses, sticky walls, twister, jousting, a dunk tank and other interactive games throughout the duration of the afternoon.

Lunch is included for registered race and walk participants as well as to the students and children who donate. There will be additional food for purchase from local vendors to compliment what is provided.

Below is a schedule of events:

  • Saturday, April 30
    • 9 a.m. to Noon: Pre-race packet pickup available at Trinity-Pawling School.
  • Sunday, May 1
    • 10 a.m.: Race registration and food drops open
    • 1 to 2:30 p.m.: Lunch is included for registered race and walk participants as well as to the students and children who donate. There will be additional food for purchase from local vendors to compliment what is provided.
    • 1 p.m.: 7K "Extreme Cross Country Race" Start
    • 1 p.m.: Walk/Run start. Students of all ages welcome! There will also be a kids race (½ mile) on the track for the more competitive children (under 10) in attendance.
    • 1:30 to 4 p.m.: Students and kids can enjoy inflatable slides, a climbing wall, obstacle courses, sticky walls, twister, jousting, a dunk tank and other interactive games throughout the duration of the afternoon.
    • 4 p.m.: MayDay concludes

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