Maple run supports area groups

MIDDLEBURY — Rob Carter, president of The Addison County Chamber of Commerce, had the honor this week of awarding grants from the proceeds of the Middlebury Maple Run to well-deserving community organizations.
Six local non-profits received a total of $4,500 in grants as a result of the very successful Maple Run, which hosted over 800 runners on May 6. Recipients include Dinners with Love, MiddSummer Lunch and Recreation Program, Hospice Volunteer Services, Open Door Clinic, Special Olympics of Addison County, and The Turning Point Center of Addison County.
In addition, the Maple Run was able to provide a donation to Middlebury Regional EMS and the Middlebury Police Department as thanks for going above and beyond with their support of the event, keeping runners healthy and safe.
Over the past 10 years the Middlebury Maple Run has donated over $63,000 to deserving organizations in the area.

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