Les Sinclair

A Celebration of Carol Finch’s Life
A Celebration of Carol Finch’s Life

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In March, Carol Finch was laid to rest beside her mother, father, and brother in Rochester, NY. In Charlottesville, we are having a celebration of Carol’s life. At this gathering, we can reminisce and remember a woman who has given so much to our community and to those whose paths she crossed. The celebration will be on Saturday, April 20th from 4-6 pm—a reception will follow from 6-8 pm. Times for the virtual race will be taken until 4:30 pm. The location of is at the First Presbyterian Church at 500 Park Street (about a block north of Court Square).

You can run your “virtual race” any time before April 20th at 4:30 p.m. If you cannot attend the celebration, just email your finish time to training@cvilletrackclub.org.

Online registration for Virtual Race:
https://www.raceit.com/Register/?event=20268

You can also make a donation to the UVA Lung Cancer Research Program at:https://www.raceit.com/fundraising/?event=20268

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