Lacawac 6th Annual Lake to Lake Event
LAKE ARIEL AND SCRANTON – Scranton and Wilkes-Barre personal injury law firm Scartelli Olszewski, P.C. will be a title race sponsor for Lacawac Sanctuary’s 6th Annual Lake to Lake 8K Trail Run, Woods Walk and Dog Wag to be held on Sunday, Oct. 20 at the Sanctuary.
The race course will lead participants over the trails of Lacawac Sanctuary in Lake Ariel, offering views of 400 acres of rich biodiversity and natural resources.
Attorney Peter Paul Olszewski, Jr., a shareholder and managing partner with Scartelli Olszewski and the chair of the board of trustees of Lacawac Sanctuary, said that “protecting the environment is important to Northeastern Pennsylvania. We are happy to support such a worthy cause in order to help preserve and educate the public about one of the region’s natural landmarks.”
“The Lake to Lake event is a great way to get out and enjoy the beauty of Lacawac and nature while supporting the work that takes place at Lacawac’s environmental education facility,” said Craig Lukatch, president of Lacawac Sanctuary.
Race registration is $30 for the 8K and $20 for the woods dog walk. Cash awards will be given in the trail run for overall male and female and medals for top three finishers in age groups. The race results will be overseen by The Scranton Running Company using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chip timing.
To register, visit www.lacawac.org/lake-to-lake-8k-trail-run.html or https://runsignup.com/lacawac
For more information about sponsorships and athlete and participant packets or to volunteer, contact Lacawac at 570-689-9494 or email email@example.com.
Lacawac Sanctuary is a nonprofit association founded in 1966 for the purpose of protecting a gift of the original Connell Park lands by Arthur and Isabel Watres and facilitating environmental education and scientific research. Located on Lake Wallenpaupack, the Lacawac Sanctuary Foundation plays an important role in the preservation of Lake Lacawac which is one of the southernmost glacial lakes in the hemisphere and has been preserved in pristine condition free from development and encroachment.
Lacawac Sanctuary has hosted many events to bring environmental awareness such as an annual ecology conference, various K-12 education programs and workshops, seminars and fundraisers.
Lacawac Sanctuary is an ecological field research station and public environmental education facility.