8th Annual Circle Trot in Plymouth

Road race for all experience levels to support the Circle Program

PLYMOUTH, N.H.  – The 8th annual Circle Trot will be on Sunday, April 29 at the AllWell North building on the Plymouth State University (PSU) campus. There will be a 10k, a 5k, and 2k race through downtown Plymouth, New Hampshire and the surrounding areas with all proceeds going to support the Circle Program. The event is a community- and family-friendly event that encourages participation from all ages and ability levels.

This year marks the first time that the Circle Trot has been part of a Cluster Project at PSU. As a Cluster Project, the Trot will foster cross-disciplinary collaboration between students and faculty member in Sports Management, Physical Education, Health Education and Promotion, Athletic Training, Marketing, and Athletics.

Racers can pre-register at www.CircleTrot.org or call 603-536-4244. Same day registration and event check-in will be at the Plymouth State University AllWell North building located at 32 North River Street in Holderness from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. the morning of the event with the races beginning at 9:30 a.m. Not a runner? Come out to cheer on your friends and family and embrace the Circle Trot motto of ‘Friends to the Finish.’

The Circle Program provides girls from low-income New Hampshire families with new opportunities to learn the skills, courage, and confidence they need to handle challenges they face. This is achieved with a unique combination of adult and peer support that is delivered through year-round mentoring and residential summer camp programs. The Circle Program

provides support to girls in 29 towns from Concord to Plymouth, which makes the Circle Trot a wonderful community event.

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