CCC 40th Anniversary B-rrry Scurry Run 4-Mile Run
The Clinton Community College B-rrry Scurry 4-Mile Run will celebrate its 40thanniversary on Saturday February 6, 2021, running the annual winter event in a modified hybrid format. For 40 years, the CCC B-rrry Scurry has been a run to support scholarships for Clinton Community College students. During that time, 162 students have received B-rrry Scurry Scholarships including the Jim Thyne Memorial Scholarship to honor one of our first Race Directors.
The 2021 race will be a unique runner experience with the coronavirus pandemic, as safety is our first priority. Race Director Ann Eisenman said, “We will offer colorful shirts to our enthusiastic runners and walkers, most of which will complete the 4-miles virtually. This means they will run or walk a route of their own choosing by Noon February 6th, and submit their time to us. Past winners and sponsor representatives will fill out a field of 40 runners and walkers for a timed event at Noon on race day running through the city of Clinton. This will give the community the opportunity to cheer on participants while social distancing.” Eisenman continued, “B-rrry Scurry volunteers and sponsors have been fantastic about providing support for our run, all to benefit CCC students through our scholarship program. The goodie bags are filled with special mementos of this 40th event, including a neck gaiter, hand warmers, a special coupon booklet with more than $55 worth of local business values, and the one-of-a-kind 40th Anniversary medal.” Drive-thru B-rrry Scurry packet pickup will be held the week of February 1.
Whether the B-rrry Scurry is run on campus or virtually, it will be a fun day to celebrate 40 years of raising funds for scholarships for CCC students. Questions can be e-mailed to Race Director Ann Eisenman at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit eicc.edu/brrry for more information about the 40th Anniversary Clinton Community College B-rrry Scurry 4-Mile Run.
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