Registration is open for Healthy Plymouth’s Amazing Race! Spots are limited - Don't miss out! If you don’t have your team of four assembled yet, no problem - register now to secure your team's spot, and then assemble your team. One person should register on behalf of your team.
On Saturday, September 23rd teams of four (4) will compete for glory, fame and fantastic prizes to benefit Healthy Plymouth and Terra Cura’s school and community garden program for local youth.
Can't make it, but still want to help support school and community gardens in Plymouth? Click here, choose "I just want to help!" and make a tax-deductible donation in any amount you'd like. 100% of the net proceeds from your donation will support school and community garden programs in Plymouth. We appreciate your support!
Race Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017
Timing: 1-4 PM race time / 4-6 PM after party
Location: Historic downtown Plymouth, MA
Summary: Teams of four (4) will depart Nathaniel Morton Elementary School and race around downtown Plymouth solving clues and competing in 10-15 fun and challenging tasks. The first team to arrive at the finish line after completing all of the tasks is the winner. Prizes will be awarded for the top three finishing teams, as well as the highest fundraising teams. The event will end with an after party for family, friends, participants and volunteers.
- Up to 40 teams of four (4) will compete - families, friends, coworkers...
- Open to ages 10 and up with at least one adult (18+) per team
- One team member should register on behalf of their entire team of four
- Regular registration (Aug. 1 – Aug. 31), $100 per team
- Late registration (Sept. 1 – Sept. 15), $120 per team
*One team member should register on behalf of their entire team!
Fundraising: Fundraising is not mandatory, but each team is encouraged to fundraise. Prizes will be awarded to the top three fundraising teams. After you register, we’ll reach out to help you with your Team fundraising page! To view other team fundraising pages click here.
After Party: After the race, all participants will meet back at Nathaniel Morton Elementary School where there will be food, music, awards and more! Family and friends are welcome. We'll be in touch with additional information after you register.
Prizes: Prizes will be awarded for:
1. The top three teams to finish
2. The top three fundraising teams
3. The best team costume, best team spirit, and more!
Purpose: 100% of the proceeds from this event will benefit Healthy Plymouth and Terra Cura Inc’s school and community garden program to support local youth!
Questions? Read our Frequently Asked Questions at http://www.healthyplymouth.org/healthy-plymouths-amazing-race-faqs
ABOUT HEALTHY PLYMOUTH AND TERRA CURA INC.
Healthy Plymouth is a collaboration between the Town of Plymouth, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth, Plymouth Public Schools, Terra Cura Inc., and many other committed community partners. We are a volunteer organization made up of people who want to make a difference in the lives of Plymouth youth. Our goal is to create free, engaging programming for middle school and high school youth in Plymouth as a drug prevention strategy. Our community, as well as many other surrounding communities, has been seriously affected by the rise in drug use and drug related deaths in recent years. With the community’s help, we can move one step closer to prevention by engaging local youth in meaningful out of school activities, promoting healthy living, and building on this engagement to reduce isolation and increase a sense of belonging and community.
The Ground Up Tomato Sauce Initiative puts into action Healthy Plymouth’s partnership with the non-profit Terra Cura Inc. to utilize recently constructed and existing garden beds throughout Plymouth schools and the larger community. Hands-on gardening programs will be created that will allow our youth to plant, care for, and harvest the produce from these gardens. The two kinds of tomatoes to be harvested will be used to make tomato sauce for a district-wide school lunch. These gardens present an opportunity for local youth to reconnect with nature and learn about connections to their food system. Healthy Plymouth’s Amazing Race, “Racing towards Prevention from the Ground Up” will fund this garden program and more for local Plymouth youth!
Registration is open! Sign up now to secure your team’s spot.
Can't make it but want to help? You can make a tax-deductible donation to any of our team fundraising pages -- or -- click Make Payment at the top of this page, choose "I just want to help!" and make a donation in any amount you'd like. Thank You!