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The 14th Annual Humane Race is happening
at 10AM on May 14, 2016!!!

Online registration for the 2016 Humane Race is now available.

Or you can download the paper version of the 2016 Registration Form now.


Pre-Registration Fees:

Register online and early to get this year’s t-shirt
$15.00 for Children aged 12 & Under — 5K Fun Run or 1 Mile Walk (with or without a dog)
$20.00 for anyone aged 13 and up — 5K Fun Run or 1 Mile Walk (with or without a dog)

Day-of-Race Registration Fees:

Day-of-Race Registration, starting at 8:00 A.M. at 24 Water Street, Williamstown, MA
$20.00 for Children aged 12 & Under — 5K Fun Run or 1 Mile Walk (with or without a dog)
$25.00 for anyone aged 13 and up — 5K Fun Run or 1 Mile Walk (with or without a dog)

Help support your friend or family member by making a donation on their personal fundraising page.

A big thanks, once again, to the Williamstown Selectboard for their ongoing and enthusiastic support of this very important fundraiser for Berkshire Humane Society, Inc.!

The Humane Race is a 5K fun run and “Dog Jog” or 1 mile walk (you are welcome to run/walk with or without a dog) to benefit The Berkshire Humane Society.

The race takes place in Williamstown, MA, in the northwest corner of The Berkshires.
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Doors open at 8:00 A.M. for check-in and Day-of-Race Registration. There is also a 1 Mile Walk for those who’d rather not run. (Please pre-register to save $5.00. Only the first 150 people to register are guaranteed to receive a T-shirt. Last year, Day-of-Race registrants were too late to get a T-shirt!)

Whether racing or just walking, dogs and their folk (or just folks who love dogs) can enjoy a glorious romp through downtown Williamstown.

And as much as dogs really dig raising money for the Humane Race, kids love it too!

The Humane Race is a real family affair, with students of all ages getting involved by baking dog biscuits, getting pledges and volunteering by the dozens on race day! Helping animals is a natural for kids, and the homeless animals of Berkshire County certainly shout out their thanks with big, wet kisses and lots of exuberant tail wagging!

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