To 11:00 AM Saturday, March 15, 2014
Thank you to all that participated in the
Third Annual Campbell-Dickinson Run/Walk
Race results can be found at
Date & Time
Saturday, March 16, 2013
March 16th same day registration starts at 9:00am at TEMS
Kids 1k Fun Run 11:00am
5k run 11:30am 5k walk 11:40am
1-10 $7 by March 2 After $10
Students 11-18 $10
by March 2 After $13
Adults 19 and up
$15 by March 2 After $18
Computer 5k timing
Kids 1k (no timing
chip) 5k Run/Walk
Timing Chip only if competitive
T-shirts & timing chips only to those who registered by March 2,
tIMNG CHIPS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR THOSE
THAT REGISTER AFTER mARCH 2
AND ON SAME DAY REGISTRATION.
hOWEVER nO T-SHIRTS
Awards & Categories;
Kids 1k Fun Run
Age Groups 1-3 | 4-6 | 7-10
Awards for first 3 in each age group
regardless of sex. Wheelchairs & Strollers welcomed
All Kids that participate in the Kids Fun Run will receive Certificates of
Age Groups 11-14 | 15-18 | 19-29 |
30-39 | 40-49 | 50-59 | 60-69 | 70 plus
Awards for Run/Walk Medals to overall
male and female and first place male and female in each age group (No
Sanctioned by the USA Track &
Timed by Computer Chip Technology
Sponsored Fun Run/Walk
The run/walk is a
sponsored event meaning runners, walkers and kids
are encouraged to sign up family, friends, neighbors, co-workers, etc.
as sponsors to assist in the raising of funds.
& Directions to TEMS
Medical Services (TEMS)
201 South 4th Street, Toronto, OH 43964
Route 7 to 4th Street Exit, turn right onto
N.4th St, go .8 of a mile TEMS is on the left
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begin at the corner of Henry and 3rd Streets, east of TEMS
11:00 PM Kids 1k
starts at corner of Henry
and 3rd Streets, goes north on 3rd Street
for .3 of a mile to turn around and back to the finish line at Henry Street
11:30 PM 5k Run starts at corner of Henry
and 3rd Streets, turn right on Market Street at the Gazebo,
left on River Ave ,
left on Spring St. to old Rt. 7 to turn around point, back to Spring St on to N.
Subject to change
These TEAMS have registered against
5kkrazies * Celtic Bosom Buddies *
Holy Walkamolies * JC Wine Cellar *
Jenny's Journey * Rhode Team * Scrubs *
Team Awesome * Team Spirit * Valley
Recognition plaques and "Bragging Rights" go to the teams that have the
largest "Pot of Gold" and the largest number of participating members.
Choose a name for the team and a team leader (TL)
TL will make sure
all members are registered with team's name for their event; either on
line at www.GetMeRegistered.com
or in the 2013 Brochure and Entry Form (see link below)
Team members will solicit family, friends, co-workers, etc. for
donations. All donations are to be in check form payable to
CFOV Cancer Relief please no cash. All checks will be
collected and turned in by TL on Saturday, March 16 at the Teramana TEAR
table in the TEMS building located at 201 S.4th St. Toronto, OH. At that
time TL will turn in the total number of team members and the total
donation collected by the team in the form below.
TEAM NAME: ______________________________ TEAM
NUMBER OF TEAM MEMBERS: _________________
TOTAL AMOUNT COLLECTED: ___________________
VERIFY AMOUNT: TL SIGNATURE
________________________________ STAFF SIGNATURE:
Links for Campbell-Dickinson 5k
Sandwiches after the Run/Walk at
theToronto Masonic Lodge 583 by donation.
Register on line for the Third Annual "2013"
Campbell-Dickinson St. Patrick Run/Walk
If you DO NOT wish to register online download the
brochure and complete the entry form.
Photos of the 2012 Run/Walk can be found at the
facebook page of the
TEMS Joint Ambulance District
Proceeds benefit Trinity Emergency Assistance Relief
Toronto Coalition for Revitalization
Donations in any amount are greatly appreciated, and may be tax-deductable
when made out to
TCFR P.O. Box 121, Toronto, OH 43964
CFOV Community Foundation for the Ohio Valley TEAR Trinity Emergency Assistance Relief
TCFR Toronto Coalition for Revitalization
Why the event is called the Campbell-Dickinson St. Patrick Run/Walk?
Attorney William D. (Pat) Campbell,
of Toronto, Ohio was born March 17, 1925, St. Patrick’s Day, hence the
name “Pat”. He served in the Navy during WW II, graduated from The Ohio
State University School of Law in 1949 and was an attorney in
Steubenville for over 50 years. He was a member of the Empire United
Methodist Church, past president of the Jefferson County Bar Association
and a member of numerous organizations.
In1998, while fishing in the Ohio River, he turned in the
boat and his femur broke. A later biopsy of the femur showed the
presence of Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Pat underwent chemotherapy and
radiation treatments from1999 to 2002 at the Teramana Cancer Center.
Treatment involved numerous hospital stays, doctors' appointments and
checkups. He still enjoyed life and continued fishing and playing golf at the
Steubenville Country Club.
Pat’s chemotherapy was effective in treating his cancer.
However, the chemotherapy did a great deal of damage to his heart. His
heart became extremely enlarged and this condition required extensive
treatment. Pat received a pacemaker in September, 2009, returned to the
hospital in October, 2009 and died on December 10, 2009, the damage to
his heart was too great and it could no longer function.
His wife Patricia and son David are pleased that the Campbell name can help
promote the Trinity Foundation TEAR Fund that provides financial
assistance to cancer patients in need.
Jenny Russlee-Dickinson is a resident of
Toronto, Ohio along with her husband G. R. and their three children,
Nolan, Russ and Josey. She is employed by the Toronto City
Schools as an Intervention and Physical Education teacher.
was affected by breast cancer in April 2009. She found a lump in her
left breast just before the birth of her daughter Josey. Josey is
now the little girl in Jenny's arm. From there she
endured a trying year that included mammograms, biopsies, a lumpectomy,
six months of chemo, a bi-lateral mastectomy, radiation, reconstructive
surgery and continuous hormonal treatments. Since April 2009, Jen has
spent much time at the Teramana Cancer Center, which has been an
exceptional treatment center.
has been blessed to have an outpouring display of support from family,
friends, doctors, nurses and the community of Toronto.
She was very fortunate to have health
insurance to have her financial needs met while undergoing cancer
treatment. Jen realizes that many other patients do not have the
resources, for this reason, Jen is very proud to help promote the TEAR
program that will help others financially while battling cancer.
Jen is also very proud to support
anything that brings positivity to the community of Toronto, which she
feel the Toronto Coalition for Revitalization is helping to make a
better future for her and her families hometown.
Proceeds from the Run/Walk will benefit
Trinity Emergency Assistance Relief
provide modest emergency assistance for individuals
diagnosed with cancer in order to lessen the burdens associated with cancer
diagnosis and treatment and
Toronto Coalition for Revitalization in
the revitalization and economic
development in Toronto and in turn the Upper Ohio Valley. For
information on the Coalition
The Toronto Coalition for Revitalization
Locks of Love & St. Baldricks ----
Starts after the
Run/Walk 12:30pm or there about !
Proceeds from the
Locks of Love and St. Baldricks events will go directly to those two
of Love; Our mission is to return a sense of self, confidence and
normalcy to children suffering from hair loss by utilizing donated
ponytails to provide the highest quality hair prosthetics to financially
disadvantaged children. The children receive hair prostheses free of
charge or on a sliding scale, based on financial need. For information
call Mindy Jones
740-381-9407 and visit
Baldricks; Each year, 160,000 children are diagnosed with cancer
worldwide. Cancer is the number one disease killer of children in the
U.S. and Canada. Research saves lives. The St. Baldricks Foundation is
a volunteer –driven charity committed to funding the most promising
research to find cures for childhood cancer and give survivors long and
healthy lives. For information call Matt Lewis 740-632-4064 and
The story of
Conner Sacripanti, Toronto, Ohio
name is Conner Sacripanti. He is five years old and he is fighting ALL
(Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia). To see him now, he looks like any
typical four year old. However, after hearing his story and realizing
all he has been through and still goes through, it makes you wonder how
he has the strength and stamina in him to deal with it all.
two on November 7, 2009. He hadn't been feeling well the week before and
we all wanted to chalk it up to "the flu". However, that was not to be
the case. As a mother, I knew something still wasn't right and insisted
he be seen again by his pediatrician. A few blood tests later and we
received a phone call from his doctor telling us that we needed to
immediately take him to Women and Children's Hospital in Charleston,
West Virginia, at this time we were living in Parkersburg, West
Virginia. We did as we were advised and on November 10, 2009, two
doctors walked into Conner's hospital room and informed of us that
indeed, our son had Leukemia.
the day that our lives changed. Conner's new "normal" would be something
we never thought we would have to deal with, but to see him deal with
all that he does has changed more than just our lives. I have seen my
son deal with things that would bring a grown man to his knees. This
disease has taken away his childhood and his hair, it has compromised
all of his interactions with others, it has changed the way we deal with
normal day to day things. You are never prepared for anyone to tell you
that someone you love has Cancer, but, when that someone is your two
year old son, you do have to wonder why we were "chosen" to deal with
it. It shatters your heart, but to see him be so strong and fight this
disease with everything his little body has....that makes you
realize...this is why....to show everyone how strong and resilient
currently receiving chemotherapy intravenously once a month and every
day he takes medication by mouth. He gets weekly blood work done to
check that his levels are all where they should be and every three
months he has to endure a Lumbar Puncture (Spinal Tap) where spinal and
brain fluid are extracted and chemo is injected. This disease can strike
any one, no matter age, race, sex, or religious belief. It doesn't
matter. But, the treatments for children are just as difficult and
severe as they are for the big guys.
currently in remission and we are very pleased with that outcome.
However, it isn't over yet. He still receives his treatments and we are
still very nervous while we are waiting for the blood results each week.
This entire situation has brought our family closer together. We now
realize that we are able to deal with any situation that we are put in.
To watch your son deal with this day in and day out makes you realize
that we are stronger than we thought and that the one who taught us that
is our four year old son. Conner is our youngest son and he is a HERO to
all of us!!
Won't you help Conner by
taking part in the St. Baldricks "Shave Off"
toronto coalition for revitalization
P.O. Box 121 Toronto, OH 43964
For more information
------------------------------Photos from 2011 Campbell-Dickinson
Ft. Steuben Mall has been very supportive in helping the Toronto
Coalition for Revitalization in publicizing the St. Patrick's 1K / 5K
events. Here George Komar presents a promotional sign to Marketing
Director for St. Steuben Mall, Stephanie McVicker.
John Hyland, MD (right) accepts a sign
from TCFR President George Komar
promoting the Campbell-Dickinson St.
Patrick Run/Walk. Dr. Hyland of the
West Penn Allegheny Cancer Institute's
Radiation Oncology Network is one of
several attending physicians treating
cancer patients at the Tony Teramana
Cancer Center at Trinity Health Systems
Terry Weigel (left), Executive Director of Weirton Board of Parks and
Recreation accepts a sign from George Komar for display at Millsop
Community Center in Weirton. Informational brochures with race entry
forms will also be available at the front desk.
Helen Grimm, front desk receptionist and greeter at the YMCA Wellness
Center at the St. John Arena accepts a promotional sign from TCFR
President George Komar. Brochures with entry forms for the
Campbell-Dickinson St. Patrick Run/Walk will be made available at the
sites for more race dates
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LOVE YOUR DOG
This segment of the Campbell-Dickinson is
on HOLD as we try to clarify the insurance and
safety concerns for our community.
Please check back to this area in a few days
WE HOPE TO HAVE ANSWERS
The dog run/walk is to acknowledge the
strength and courage of
Emmitt Herrick a St. Bernard and his owners
in Toronto. The Herricks
noticed a growth on Emmitt's left leg.
They took him to Ohio State University
where he was diagnosed with bone cancer in
his leg. Emmitt was then taken to
New Horizons Animal Hospital where they
removed the leg. February 6, 2013 marked
one year of Emmitt being without his left
leg. Emmitt will be in the run/walk
Runners & Walkers you are invited to run or
walk with your dog and to meet Emmitt.
Dog Registration fee is $4.00
You are required to register your dog on the
day of the run/walk (March 16)
All human runners and/or walkers are required
to pay their
registration fee either by pre-registration
or same day registration
In order to keep order to this day and make
it a success, please abide by the following guidelines:
1. Human runners/walkers with dogs are
to start at the back portion of the
pack of runners/walkers, and off to the right
side, not in the actual pack.
2. If your dog has never been involved
in running or walking in a 1k or 5k
with you before, please use this as a
learning experience. Please start in the
back portion of the pack of runners and/or
walkers and off to the right side.
3. ALL RUNNERS/WALKERS WITH DOGS,
PLEASE KEEP TO THE
RIGHTSIDE OF THE ROAD AT ALL TIMES
4. All registered dogs will receive a
"poop bag". Please carry it with you
during the race, and if your dog needs to
stop to "use the facilities,
" please use the bag and dispose of the "bag"
at the end of the
run/walk or at the turn around point in the
5. You are to use a regular leash
(preferably 4 feet). If you have only a
retractable leash, please lock it at 4 feet
during the entire
time you are in the presence of others.
PLEASE DO NOT:
Do no put your race bib/number on your dog
and do not stand
with the pack of runners/walkers waiting to
No Biters or Fighters allowed.
Event Marshalls have the right to remove any
dog/human from the run/walk that does not abide by the guidelines.
These guidelines are in place to maximize
happy runners, happy neighbors, and a long future of dog-friendly racing at the
Campbell-Dickinson St. Patrick 5k and Kids 1k