WILLILAMSBURG — Postponed a month from its original date due to rain, the 13th Annual Williamsburg Landing 5k for The Arc took place under sunny skies on Saturday, Nov 5.
Despite the postponement from its original date, over 300 people registered to participate in the 5k. All proceeds from the event benefit The Arc’s mission to improve quality of life for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in our community.
The top places for the male runners overall in the 5k were James McCormick in third place, Jason Connor in second place, and Luke Strumke in first.
The top places for the female runners overall were Anna Kurschat in third place, Mindi Myrup in second place, and Mary Hall in first.
Additional top results for each age category can be found on The Arc of Greater Williamsburg website. The 5k for next year is currently planned for Oct. 7.
The Arc thanked the greater Williamsburg community for its longstanding support of the fundraiser.
The Arc of Greater Williamsburg is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that has served adults with developmental disabilities in the community since 1976. Programs offered at The Arc provide educational, health and wellness, life skills, and cultural, social, and recreational enrichment.