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    East Grand Adventure Race

    May 13

    20-mile race including a 1 mile compass run, 10 miles of mountain biking, 8 miles of paddling (canoe or kayak). Extra challenges in the field in the past have included a mud pit crawl, two-person cross cut saw competition, tomahawk throwing, log rolling in Baskahegan Stream and climbing wall challenge. Divisions: race in pairs in the high school boys, girls, mixed; Adult men, women, mix; Jr./Sr. The open division can by solo, teams of any size, relay, kayak or canoe. In short, anything that doesn’t fit into the other divisions can compete in the open division. New this year is a family division offering a condensed version of the race for those with younger children. Entry fee is $20.00 per person which includes trophies, t-shirt, lunch. High school division winners each receive $100 gift Certificate to Ski Rack sports. All racers are entered into a drawing for a new Old Town Canoe, paddle and PFD. Proceeds benefit East Grand School’s Outdoor Education program. Registration deadline: Friday May 12th
    20-mile race including a 1 mile compass run, 10 miles of mountain biking, 8 miles of paddling (canoe or kayak). Extra challenges in the field in the past have included a mud pit crawl, two-person cross cut saw competition, tomahawk throwing, log rolling in Baskahegan Stream and climbing wall challenge. Divisions: race in pairs in the high school boys, girls, mixed; Adult men, women, mix; Jr./Sr. The open division can by solo, teams of any size, relay, kayak or canoe. In short, anything that doesn’t fit into the other divisions can compete in the open division. New this year is a family division offering a condensed version of the race for those with younger children. Entry fee is $20.00 per person which includes trophies, t-shirt, lunch. High school division winners each receive $100 gift Certificate to Ski Rack sports. All racers are entered into a drawing for a new Old Town Canoe, paddle and PFD. Proceeds benefit East Grand School’s Outdoor Education program. Registration deadline: Friday May 12th
    20-mile race including a 1 mile compass run, 10 miles of mountain biking, 8 miles of paddling (canoe or kayak). Extra challenges in the field in the past have included a mud pit crawl, two-person cross cut saw competition, tomahawk throwing, log rolling in Baskahegan Stream and climbing wall challenge. Divisions: race in pairs in the high school boys, girls, mixed; Adult men, women, mix; Jr./Sr. The open division can by solo, teams of any size, relay, kayak or canoe. In short, anything that doesn’t fit into the other divisions can compete in the open division. New this year is a family division offering a condensed version of the race for those with younger children. Entry fee is $20.00 per person which includes trophies, t-shirt, lunch. High school division winners each receive $100 gift Certificate to Ski Rack sports. All racers are entered into a drawing for a new Old Town Canoe, paddle and PFD. Proceeds benefit East Grand School’s Outdoor Education program. Registration deadline: Friday May 12th

    Venue

    East Grand School
    31 Houlton Road
    Danforth, Maine 04424
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    207-551-8729

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