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Time to Think PASTA! #cbhm #cbhm2016 #VT #NH #LebRecreation #VermontTourism #halfmarathons #WoodstockVT

The Woodstock Chamber is  Hosting the  Annual Pasta Supper Saturday June 4 Seatings at 5, 6 or 7 p.m. Reserve Your Spot online Today!

CBHM 2016 Updates #cbhm #cbhm2016 #VT #NH #LebRecreation #VermontTourism #halfmarathons #WoodstockVT

From th Desk of Race Directors Bill and Mike Happy St. Patrick's Day Everyone. Can you believe it, 79 days until our race...YIKES This has been a crazy winter with little snow and warmer temps. Hope your training has been going well and that you are not over doing it. We want you healthy for June 5th. So a few reminders: Make sure if you have not already, make your lodging reservations , many have already sold out already. I have gotten some inquiries about refunds or transferring bibs due to conflicts. On our site in our FAQ it states no refunds and no transferring of bibs . Sorry! Bibs will be available at the start not the day before. Plan ahead and try to carpool to the race . Not only is it good for the environment, it will make parking less hectic for all. Do we have your correct info and emergency contact info? Please Check Your Registration HERE This being our 25th, we are trying to make this a special CBHM, so bring your sweet tooth.

Only 6 CBHM Charity Spots Remain! Sign Up Soon! #cbhm #cbhm2016 #VT #NH #LebRecreation #VermontTourism #halfmarathons #WoodstockVT

Sign Up to Run with David's House Only 6 Spots Remain Open! Didn't get in our race during open registration,  Really want to run with us in June... YOU CAN! Run for Team David's House David’s House is a 20-bedroom, home-away-from-home for families with children receiving medical care through the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Founded in 1986, the house is named in memory of David Cyr who passed away at age 5 after a long battle with leukemia. Celebrating our 30th anniversary in 2016, David’s House is a registered 501c3 nonprofit in Lebanon NH that has served as a haven for over 13,500 families who have needed overnight accommodations. Guest families include: 9,183 families from NH; 3,084 families from VT; 1,190 families from 42 other U. S. states; 1 family from a U. S. Territory; 43 families from other nations and counting! We provide a warm, caring, fully stocked “home” for families whose worlds have been turned up

Woodstock Chamber Pasta Dinner Announced! Call Today to Reserve Your Spot! #cbhm #cbhm2016 #VT #NH #LebRecreation #VermontTourism #halfmarathons #WoodstockVT

Woodstock Chamber of Commerce Hosts The Annual Pre-Race Pasta Dinner Saturday June 4 Seatings at 5, 6 or 7 p.m.   Suicide Six Ski Area, Pomfret Dinner is prepared by the Woodstock Farmers Market and local restaurants. Cost is $18 per person It is a real community food event—with Woodstock’s finest food establishments making sauces and donating many food products and local service volunteers from Change the World Kids and other local groups all pitching in to make the event a success.   The Woodstock Farmers’ Market chefs and staff will be overseeing the food management and preparation, as their contribution to the grand event. Call For Your Reservation Today 802-457-3555 Visa and Master Card Accepted.

Positive Tracks-Have You Heard of Them? #cbhm #cbhm2016 #VT #NH #LebRecreation #VermontTourism #halfmarathons #WoodstockVT

Youth + Philanthropy + Athletics = Awesome Results CBHM supports local youth athletics and we applaud the efforts of Positive Tracks! Their mission is simple: To help young people get active and give back using the power of sport. The dream? A large-scale movement powered by active, engaged young people using their own sweat to tackle global challenges, starting with themselves, starting in their own backyards. This vision demands real youth transformation so that young people, once they’ve been touched by the power of their own sweat, wear a “sweat for good” lens for the rest of their lives. Our model is unique at Positive Tracks. Multiple organizations focus on developing youth philanthropy through teaching grant-giving expertise, and many organizations involve youth in fundraising for their own missions through athletic events. But there are no organizations combining these two outcomes at the meta-level, to build a new culture. We’re teaching kids to give back to any worthy c