Miles for Myles

Your sponsorship is vital to our mission! Please send your tax-deductible donation today to help us reach our primary objective of supporting our Lunenburg Public Schools and to continue the mission of No Need to Speed®.

The Miles for Myles committee sends their wholehearted thanks to our sustaining community and business sponsors.   If you haven't had a chance to participate as a sponsor, we invite you to join this valuable community project.

Registration can be done online through Sign Me Up, by downloading the form off our Registration page, or by our mailed flyer.

​We are excited to announce new reward amounts to the first and second place men and women’s finishers! First place for each will win $150, and Second place will win $75. 

​The first 200 participants to register, regardless of the event, will receive a Miles for Myles Shirt.

Don't forget about our school building challenge.  The school with the most registrants wins $1000! 

The Lunenburg PTO is excited to be hosting the annual Miles for Myles event this year.  

With your help the PTO has given back to our school district yearly by providing funds for non-budgeted items

such as technology, guest speakers and programs, materials, and supplies.

Together we have also helped to defray costs for student field trips.

10% off the proceeds from Miles for Myles will be donated to support the No Need to Speed® campaign,

and $1000 to the winning school for the school building challenge.

For more information about the Lunenburg PTO and Miles for Myles, please check out our About Us Page.

17th Annual Miles for Myles

Sunday, October 21st, 2018

All events will be held at the new Lunenburg Middle-High School located at 1079 Mass Ave (RT 2A) Lunenburg, MA.

You can find more information about the 5K course and available parking here.

We offer a number of events for the whole family!   We have a 5K Run and Walk for all ages,  a one mile Fun Run for the kids,  and a two mile Safety Bike Ride.   For the bike ride helmets are required and no bikes with training wheels please.