Update 9/24/15: The selection period has ended and form was removed from the post.
The 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. Although the contest rules allow for resubmitting previous entries, none got resubmitted. Now, it’s in your hands. Please, select one of the designs by filling out the form below. The design with most votes will get printed on the shirt. Continue reading
The Malverne Educational and Fitness Foundation (MEFF) opened the T-shirt design contest. As we informed you previously, we will use bright orange shirts and one-color (dark blue) design.
Request for proposal for a T-shirt design
The MEFF is a non-profit organization supporting educational and fitness projects in the Malverne Union Free School District, NY. One of the foundation’s fundraising activities is organization of a 5K run/walk in October. Each year, the MEFF asks artists to submit a T-shirt design related to the 5K run. The runners vote and the artwork that has received the most votes is selected. The contest is open to any artist who agrees with the following rules. Continue reading
It has been already posted, but here is a reminder. Malverne 5K run will take place on October 18. Both, the 5k run and the fun run have the same course as last year. We are in the process of applying for permits and insurance. We are also looking for sponsors. The proceeds from the event support local youth programs. What is new? Continue reading
Reflections on 2014 Malverne 5K Run
Before embarking on planning for 2015 run, let us reflect on the Malverne 5K run/walk held last October. In general, the directors of the Malverne Educational and Fitness Foundation, non-profit organization in charge of the event, were happy with the organization and participation. Total of 256 finishers was record high. More women than men participated, as is already our tradition. We are also pleased with the increasing participation of age 18 and under in the 5K run—40 in 2013 and 50 in 2014. Way to go!
The weather saved the event again–in the past two years about 100 participants registered on the day of the event. After crossing the finish line, the participants were commenting on how well organized the run was. The major contributor to the success—having a lot of volunteers available. It allowed for the registration desk to expand. There were several bib pickup lines and also the line for the day-of-run registrations was separate. Thank you volunteers. Volunteers are important part of the organizational team. The event would not be successful without them. Continue reading