2024Feb ‘Cupid’s Chase’ Run Through Morristown Supports Special Needs Adults

Cupid's Chase run through Morristown supports special needs adults - newjerseyhills.com Photo by Andrew Dutton Suzanne Dischinger, left, receives a high five from Frederick Milden as she collects her award for women's "Best Time over 55" trophy at the Cupid's Chase 5K on Saturday, Feb. 10, in Morristown. Race Director Tracy Mendola, behind Milden, looks on as the award is presented. Volunteers, from left, Jack Yukniewicz, Nick Carillo, Luke Nowicki and Ryan Carey, all 11th graders at Chatham High School, line the route to cheer on the runners and keep them headed in the right direction. Larry Vogt, left, and Jared Bilanin, both of Chatham,  make their way along a long stretch of Early Street just before turning onto Speedwell Avenue in Morristown on Saturday, Feb. 10.

Cupid’s Chase run through Morristown supports special needs adults – newjerseyhills.com