Lioness Road Race May 5


One of Granville’s rites of spring is scheduled for Saturday, May 5, when the Granville Lioness Club presents its 17th annual 5-kilometer road race,

The race, part of the Adirondack Runners Grand Prix series will start at 10 a.m. at the Granville Hook & Ladder Co. and benefits the club’s community-service projects.

Described by co-race director Phil Jessen as a possible “PR course,” the race route is an “out and back” setup and if flat and fast.

Registration will be accepted until 9:45 a.m. Advance registration is $15 and registration on the day of the race is $20. All registered runners will receive t-shirts.

Awards will be given to the top three male and top three females, as well as the top three in 11 age groups ranging from 13-and-under to 80-and-over. Refreshments will include “Phil’s Almost Famous Five Alarm Chili.”

Applications can be obtained by email at or at the Granville Sentinel office.

For further information, please contact race directors Phil and Marion Jessen at 632-3421 (days) or 632-5922 (evenings).




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