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Chenango Canal Association, Inc.
an all-volunteer 501 (c) 3 nonprofit
Publicly encouraging research for the preservation of the canal, surrounding waters and land,
while maintaining it as both an historic and public recreation site.

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5K Fun Run to support the Chenango Canal Association Towpath Trail Projects*2014 Fun Run Winners

Saturday, May 2, 2015 at the Hamilton Municipal Airport
Register now below or at the airport starting  at 9 AM
$10 entry fee for adults, children under 5 are free

Run starts at 10:00 and Walk starts at 10:30

6.5 kilometer total length is on pretty flat hiking trails and
only 1K is on a very lightly traveled road. 
Timing will be set up at 5K for people who track their 5K times.

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Individual/Family Email or Paper Registration Form

this form is a PDF you can type into and send to us by email directly by clicking the submit button at the top right when you have completed the form. You can pay with PayPal or credit card by clicking the link to our web site page near the bottom of the form. Print and sign the form and bring to the event to speed registration.

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Register on line

This link takes you to an on line Google registration form which has the option to pay on line through PayPal or credit card. You enter a team name and tell family and/or friends use that team name when they register, even if they decide not to walk. They can still donate to support your team. We will track the team totals for you to be available at the walk.

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* Projects:  “History On the Summit” project brings school programs to the Chenango Canal Cottage Museum in Bouckville. Part of the money raised will go toward 36 new educational photo reprints of historic canal photos and refreshments for local school groups who do a field trip visit to learn history about the trail and museum. Ongoing maintenance of the 5-mile Towpath Trail for public use is ongoing cost to the CCA, including repairs to benches and the information kiosks.  We are working on a self guided tour of the museum and trail using smart phones to access prerecorded information at each of 17 stops at the museum and along the trail. Funds are needed to install the marker posts ans signage at each of the stops on the historic trail tour.