1st Annual Hunter's Run
April 3, 2016

A Snowy Morning in April

When you plan a 5K in New England you never know what you are going to get for weather.  You hope for the perfect temperature and a bright sunny day.  Instead it was cold and early that morning we got almost 3 inches of snow.  Even though the weather was not what we hoped we had an amazing turnout or runners and families.  We had 250 registered runners.  Together we raised $15,000.  The people who ran on the snowy morning will never forget the first annual Hunter's Run. 

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Thank you to the Medfield Police and the town of Medfield.

Officer Stephen
Saulnier with Hunter
before the run.









Chief Bob Meaney
giving the Williams
family their
Hunter's Run sign.




Before we knew what Hunter's Run was going to be, we had to present it to the Medfield Police and the town.  From the very beginning they were behind us.  The week leading up to the run when the weather looked like it wasn't going to be on our side, Chief Meaney kept us comforted.  The morning of the run the Police and the DPW made sure the streets were safe for hundreds of people to be running them. 
In Memory Of James T. Murphy
Kristen Saulnier's dad passed away on July 16, 2015.  He enjoyed 10+ years because he received a double lung transplant on October 7, 2004.  He suffered from pulmonary fibrosis.  Because of his transplant he was able to go to back to many of the activities he loved including riding his tractor, camping, and enjoying time with his family.  He was able to walk his daughter down the aisle and share a father/daughter dance because of the gift he recieved.  His family is so thankful to the donor and their family for the 10 years we were given.