2nd Annual "Walk to Read" in Mashpee announced

Local Residents Organize 2nd Annual â??Walk to Readâ? in Mashpee

Heather Lakatos, friend of the library and Kelly Konstanty, a personal trainer for Satin Fitness of Mashpee have organized the 2nd Annual â??Walk to Read,â? a fundraiser to benefit the new Mashpee Public Libraryâ??s Childrenâ??s Wing.

The 1.6-mile walk, departing from the library parking lot, will take place on Saturday, September 16th at 10 a.m., with a raindate of September 17th at 10 a.m. Check-in will begin at 9 a.m.

The walk is open to people of all ages. Strollers are welcome. The walk route will start and finish from the Mashpee Library Parking Lot.

Refreshments and raffles will be available at the conclusion of the walk.

Sponsors of the walk include AquaSafe of Falmouth, Cape.com, Cape Cod Stove and Foster Burton Real Estate, First Residential Mortgage Company, Inc., Keeling Financial Strategies, Inc., Mashpee Chiropractic and Satin Fitness of Mashpee. Refreshments will be provided by Mrs. Smithâ??s, Ocean Spray, The Ninety-nine Restaurant, Poland Springs, Roche Brothers and Starbucks of Mashpee.

A raffle will be held following the race. The raffle prizes were donated by the following businesses: Café de la Terre, Color Me Mine, Designs by J, Market Street Bookstop, Inc., Mashpee Therapeutic Massage, Satin Fitness, Siena, St. Pierre Manufacturing, The Uncommon Cafe. Mary Almeida, Early Childhood Education Director of the Cape Cod Childrenâ??s Museum will be at the event doing face painting.

T-shirts will be handed out to the first 125 pre-registered walkers.

Satin Fitness will be conducting a stretching clinic prior to the walk.

Other highlights include a special guest.

For more information about the walk, please contact Heather Lakatos at 508-477-5120 or Kelly Konstanty at 508-539-4198 or pick-up a registration form at the Mashpee Public Library. Registration is $10 per person, or $25 for a family of 4 (add $5 for each additional family member).   Pre-registration ends Friday, September 8th. 

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