The Haworth Road Runners Association, Inc. (HRRA) was founded by local Haworth residents and business owners in order to organize and promote a 5K run/walk through the beautiful streets of the town. The Association designed a course to showcase the natural and architectural beauty of Haworth and raise money for local charitable organizations.
One of the goals of the HRRA is to promote health and well-being in the community. The event is for people of all ages and abilities. Whether running for a personal best, for general health and fitness or competing for grand prix points, the HRRA offers a course that is enjoyable and rewarding to all.
Haworth Road Runner's Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All monies raised will be donated to local non-profit organizations such as the school, library, volunteer fire department and ambulance corps. The HRRA appreciates the help and assistance of the Mayor and Council, Police, Auxiliary Police and DPW.
On the photo: the Haworth Road Runner's Association presented checks to the beneficiaries of the 2010 Haworth 5K at the Mayor and Council Meeting on November 9, 2010. Pictured above from left, Police Officer Michael Saudino, Donna Berman from the Haworth Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Amanda Jahn and Laura Scuro from the Haworth Home and School Association, Melanie Anagnos from the Haworth Friends of the Library, Captain Carl Pavlik and Chief Kenneth Kiel from the Haworth Volunteer Fire Department, HRRA members Dr. Steven Welish, Jackie Guenego, Laura Sutnick, Heather Pavell and Dr. Jeff Pavell.