BENEFITING: CONCORD CARLISLE AT PLAY INC
EVENT: 2016 CC at Play Amazing Race
EVENT DATE: Apr 02, 2016
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION SPECIAL: Now Until 2/02/2016
For additional information please review the rules & regulations, registration and FAQ TABs.
CC at Play Amazing Race is an action-packed, scavenger-hunt adventure will take place on Saturday, April 2, 2016. The course should take no more than four (4) hours per team. Teams will travel on foot, bike, train or car to checkpoints at locations throughout Concord and Carlisle where they will compete in mental and physical challenges to earn their next clue. Checkpoints will include local restaurants, shops, historical sites, recreational facilities and other locations. The first three teams to successfully complete all challenges will win fabulous prizes and be crowned the most “Amazing” people in Concord/Carlisle. Bragging rights included!
Form a Team: Find a friend, co-worker, or family member to form a team of two or three. All adults, high school and middle school students with a sense of adventure and a willingness to help raise money for a good cause can race in the “big” race. The elementary school age group will have a separate one-hour mini team challenge. Set up a team page to share with friends and start raising dollars to support CC at Play and the building of new fields and facilities at Concord Carlisle High School.
About Concord Carlisle at Play: Concord Carlisle at Play, Inc. (Cc at Play) is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation created by local citizens who have come together to create better outdoor facilities at Concord-Carlisle High School. We are parents, coaches, athletes and members of the Concord and Carlisle communities.
Whether we are on the field, the sideline, or in the stands, we learn the values of great teamwork, how to lose gracefully, win with humility, work hard, honor commitments, and most importantly live healthy lives. None of these life-long lessons would be possible without access to safe, compliant, first rate athletic facilities. This is the driving force behind CC at Play.
The project constitutes a major renovation of the recreation facilities at CCHS. CCHS has extensive out athletic facilities where 7,000+ high school, youth and adult athletes practice and play each year. It is home to champion teams and champions in the making. This project includes courts and fields displaced by construction as well as those that have fallen into disrepair. The addition of accessible walkways and other amenities, including bathrooms and an amphitheater, will result in a significant aesthetic and functional upgrade to a vital community resource.