The annual "Freezing Cold Hash 3 and 5 Mile Group Run and Party" in the Township of Edison is set for January 5 at 10 am.
For more information on location and details on the event, visit the Kenneth Vercammen Law Office website or call 732-572-0500.
Register now at: http://www.active.com/running/edison-nj/freezing-cold-hash-run-2013. Cost is $20 now, $25 later and skull shirt not guaranteed. PLEASE BRING A CANNED FOOD DONATION FOR THE ST. JAMES FOOD BANK in Edison.
Start and pre-event T-shirt pick up will take place at the Kenneth Vercammen Law Office, 2053 Woodbridge Avenue, Edison.
Tired of the same old neighborhood roads, traffic, bad drivers? Join the off-road runners for a great and unusual training run. See the swamps and wooded areas saved from development. The Rumson Hash House Harriers again return to the woods and marsh of Edison. Hashing is not a race but a non-competitive group run which follows an off-road course laid out with baking flour. If you like trail running without the competition of a formal race, this will be a fun switch for you. This is a complex and different course through woods, grass, swamp and marsh. Wear old running shoes.
VOLUNTEERS RECEIVE A SHIRT AND OPEN BAR. POST RUN SOCIAL HELD AT THE GREEN DERBY BAR, SITE OF THE "ON-ON" PARTY. You must be over 21 years old to participate. A sense a humor is a must. Prizes and giveaways at the post-race social.
If you go the wrong way, these are POTENTIAL EXCITING DANGERS / CHALLENGES
- Get bitten by starving animals
- Slip on ice & break bones
- Buried bombs with mustard gas
- Cut your leg on sharp branches
- Slip on snow and break arm
- Touch 29,000 Volts of Electricity
- Run into tree branches, poke eye out
- Angry deer with huge antlers
- Fall into Raritan River and get swept out to ocean
- Frozen Rats & other dead animals
- Exploding gas pipelines
- Bad drivers from New York who don’t speak English
- Sticker bushes
- Crawl under barbed wire
- Get hit in head with cement falling
- Slide off mud cliffs off bridges
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See the following links for past event information and photos:
Sponsor: Senator Vercammen.