Pro Sports Therapy Sponsors Oyster Bay Run

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Pictured are Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino (fourth on the left) and Greater Long Island Running Club President Mike Polansky (third on the right) join with (L to R) Taylor Maloney, Marielis Garcia, Donna Chisholm, Michael LaCasse and Jeanne Duffy, Tricia Presta, of Pro Sports as they announce Pro Sports sponsorship of the 2019Town Supervisor’s Run.

Organizers of the Oyster Bay Town Supervisor’s 5 Kilometer Run are pleased to announce that Pro Sports Physical Therapy will be returning as a key sponsor of this year’s run.
Pro Sports is a respected physical therapy provider with an office at 9 East Main St. in downtown Oyster Bay.
“We are thrilled that Pro Sports has opted to continue their support of this important event,” observed Sue Fitzpatrick, executive director of the host Greater Long Island Running Club. “They are a community oriented business that knows how to ‘give back,’ and we very much appreciate their continued involvement with the Oyster Bay Town Supervisor’s Run.”
This year’s run will be held on Saturday morning, Oct. 19, with Registration and packet pickup at the usual place­—in the Community Center in the Townsend Square Parking Lot, just off East Main Street in Oyster Bay, near OBEN High School.
The run will be using the same course as was inaugurated in 2016, which traverses McCoun’s Lane as well as School Street and Kellogg Street, all in the heart of Oyster Bay hamlet. The map is available online at www. glirc.org.

Every entrant in the 5K will receive a complimentary high quality Oyster Bay Town Supervisor’s Run hooded sweatshirt.
The Run will be part of the new Long Island Running Series, with outstanding refreshments,, and awards FIVE DEEP in five year age groups, as well as FIVE DEEP in Clydesdale and Athena awards. There will also be special awards to the oldest and youngest Town of Oyster Bay residents to cross the finish line.
This is a great family event. Bring the entire family to the Run, and then stick around for all the fun at the 36th annual Oyster Festival.

The cost of the Run is only $25 for those who preregister, and only $22 for residents of the Town of Oyster Bay who preregister. Youngsters under the age of 16 can get a 50 percent discount if they preregister. The day-of-race registration fee is $30. Registration for the Run is now open, and you can sign up at www.glirc.org. Hard copy applications and more information can be obtained by calling Mike or Sue at the Greater Long Island Running Club office at 516-349-7646.

—Submitted by Greater Long Island Running Club

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