“Since our first race took place on the day of Hurricane Irene, being a volunteer for the Run for Faith has certain bragging rights, perhaps more than other road races in town,” said Matt Romboldi, one of the founders of the race run in memory of his mother, Faith “Marcy” Romboldi, who lost her battle with cancer in 2010.
Adds Romboldi, “The volunteers for our run were at first people who knew my mother or other members of our family. Now, our volunteers corps has grown to include people who have run in the race, heard about the scholarships we have given, or want to be part of the effort to raise money for the Dana Farber.”
The four-mile Run for Faith race loop captures spectacular views of Cape Cod Bay, the Eel River and scenic horse farms. The course features rolling hills and unmatched history. Water stations are plentiful and the event is professionally timed by Spitler Racing Systems.There is also a Stroller Division, so runners can run with their young children.