The post was updated on August 30th regarding the online registration.
The artwork submission period has ended and now the public has the opportunity to voice (click) their opinion what t-shirt design will be used. Last year, there were 10 entries submitted. You can see them here. Although the contest rules allow for resubmitting previous entries, none got resubmitted. This year, we received only two entries. Now, it’s in your hands. Please, select one of them by filling out the form below. The design with most votes will get printed on the shirt. Continue reading
Last year, we implemented different rules for soliciting the T-shirt design and we were rewarded by much larger number of artwork submitted. Please, review the contest rules and, at the end of the post, read also about the run registration and a tip for an event to attend this Saturday. Continue reading
The Malverne Educational and Fitness Foundation (MEFF) committee met to discuss the Malverne 5K annual run/walk for education. We are celebrating our 10-year anniversary. The 5K run and kids fun run will take place on October 19th. This year again, we’ll coordinate with other 3 community runs and form the Southwest Nassau Run Series. We had a positive response from the running community after the inaugural Series last year. Runners/walkers admitted the Series kept them active for a longer period of time. The sponsors also liked the fact they received a larger exposure. Their message went to approximately 1,500 participants.
This year, the Inwood 5K run will open the Series on October 12th. Weekend later, it will be Malverne, followed by the Five Towns Community Chest 5K on October 26th. Fly with the Owls 4-mile run will close the Series on November 15th. When is a good time to start preparing? Now. If you need a stronger motivation, perhaps enrolling your kid in the OLL Malverne CYO cross country team and running along will help. Their practices will start in July. Continue reading
The 9th annual Malverne 5K Run and kids fun run proved again to be a great attraction for local runners and walkers. The overcast weather didn’t deter them from registering at the last minute or coming to cheer on their friends. The late comers contributed to the fact that the organizers, the Malverne Educational and Fitness Foundation (MEFF) observed the highest participation in the history of the run. “I am excited”, declared Phyllis Wright, the MEFF president and run director, …the high school gym feels so welcoming and perfect for this event.” Continue reading