Category Archive: Trail eNews

Jun 17

2014 Monocacy Way 5K Run Showcases Urban Trail

Sunday, June 15, 2014, 9AM The Monocacy Way 5k Run celebrates this beautiful urban trail along the Monocacy Creek in Bethlehem. The MW5K is a family event with runners of all ages from 8 to 80. Brian Schafer provides professional timing for the event and all results are posted online. Overall Winners:  Men – Alex …

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Apr 19

5K Run June 16, 2013, Showcases the Monocacy Way

The horses are stabled at Burnside Plantation, the start and finish of the MW5K.

Register online for Monocacy Way 5K Run Sunday, June 16, 2013, 9AM The trail run starts at 9AM sharp on Sunday, Father’s Day, June 16th at Burnside Plantation. Timing and complete race results provided by Aardvark Sports Shop and the Bethlehem Police Department are the major sponsors. Male and Female winners in four age …

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Mar 02

2013 Monocacy Way 5K Run Showcases Urban Trail

The Monocacy Way 5k Run, held Sunday, June 16, 2013, at 9AM,  highlights the urban trail  in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, along the Monocacy Creek. This year 77 runners registered and there were 7 father/son or father/daughter teams. Overall Winners:  Men – Joseph Leeson 19:58 Women – Emilee Carr 23:51 Winners’ Prizes: Joseph Leeson – Shiatsu Massage from Armstrong …

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Jun 18

5K Run Showcases the Monocacy Way

Sunday, June 17, 2012, 9AM The Monocacy Way 5k Run celebrates the beautiful urban trail in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, along the Monocacy Creek.  The top male finisher:  Chris Fowler 19:59          The top female finisher Abby Reagan 24:40 Age group winners receive $25 gift certificates from Aardvark Sports Shop.  18 and under female …

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May 01

Director of Parks in Allentown Headed to Idaho

Mike Moore             Communications Coordinator             Office of the Mayor             610 437-7653 office             610 437-8730 fax      NEWS RELEASE   April 30, 2012       WEITZEL HEADED TO IDAHO   The City of Allentown will be in the market for a new Director of Parks & Recreation.  Greg A. Weitzel is leaving the job that he …

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