Hanover Education Foundation’s Run for Health 5K

First Place Winner James Troiano, Senior at Whippany Park High School

HANOVER TOWNSHIP — Hanover Education Foundation’s Run for Health 5K and Walk was held on Saturday, June 8.

The weather was perfect for the event attended by over 500 runners and walkers.

This year’s First Place Male Winner is James Troiano, Senior at Whippany Park High School and the Female Winner is Rebecca Hoffler, 25, from Whippany, representing Memorial Junior School.

Many awards were given out for the school with the largest team, which was Salem Drive School.

The top three male runners, ten and under, were Christopher Smith, Sawyer Smith and Victor Xavier. And the top three female runners, ten and under were Rebecca McClain, Lily Smith and Lilly Lopez-Tassan.

The Hanover Township Education Foundation’s mission is to enhance the high quality education of the Hanover Township K-12 public schools by funding innovative educational programs that foster excellence and have a lasting impact on students.  Their efforts are achieved through fundraising, donations, and grant writing opportunities.  They are a non-profit organization run by volunteers.

For more information on Hanover Township Education Foundation click here.

The Officers of Hanover Township Education Foundation are President– Brandie Linfante; Vice President – Anthony J. Scarpino; Treasurer – Charlene Peterson; Secretary – Marie Alwell; Director of Public Relations and Promotion – Barbara Freda; District Advisors – Michael Wasko and Carol Grossi; and 5K Race Director – Dr. Mark Brzozowski.

The Trustees are Barbara Azzarello, Salvatore Azzarello, Danielle Caggiano, Anne Coiley, Dawn Donohue, Tara McClain, Steve Martin, Douglas Petty and Aaron Wasserman.