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The Run O' The Mill is a road 5K race in Clinton, NJ founded by hometown Olympian, Julie Culley. Julie envisioned the St. Patrick's Day Weekend event as a community celebration; an act of gratitude for the town that embraced her and her training group, the NJ★NY TC, in the years and months leading up to the 2012 Olympic Games. The goal is to provide a forum for runners, businesses, and community members alike to share in a 5K, the distance Julie covered in the London Olympic Stadium, and continue to foster the rich legacy of distance running and philanthropy in Hunterdon County.



NJ★NY TC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit directed by world-renowned middle distance coach Frank Gagliano. The mission is to develop the sport of track and field in the United States through support of elite and sub-elite athletes while giving back locally by fostering programs to promote health, wellness, and fitness in the community.

In the Club's first Olympic cycle, Coach Gagliano sent 14 athletes to the 2012 United States Olympic Trials, producing one Olympian, one National Champion, and a total of 4 top-ten performances.  Since club inception, Coach Gagliano has also produced four 2012 IAAF World Indoor Championship qualifiers, two Olympians, one USA Road Champion, and countless numbers of personal bests and standout performances. The team lives and trains locally and is currently raising funds to provide housing, training, and therapy costs associated with training and competition with the goal of qualifying for the 2013 & 2015 IAAF World Championships en route to Rio 2016.

Since 2011, the NJ★NY TC has assisted the Hunterdon Lions and Hunterdon Hawks Youth Track Clubs and is additionally involved with community programming organized by Pro-Activity Associates in Lebanon, NJ.  The club volunteers regularly in NYC inner city schools and with additional New York Road Runners programming. 

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The Town of Clinton Board of Recreation Commissioners oversee many youth and athletic programs within the town including the Summer Recreation Program, Clinton Community Youth Athletics Basketball and Clinton's Summer Tennis Program.  The commission also holds the annual Town Picnic and Senior Citizen Luncheon and oversees the Yuletide Bonfire.  The Recreation Commissioners are also responsible for overseeing the use and upkeep of the Clinton Community Center, Gebhardt Field, and Hunt's Mill Park, all located within the Town of Clinton.


Through the support of the race and others, the iconic Red Mill and their entire 10-acre site continues to be Clinton and Hunterdon County's favorite historic and educational landmark. Through its 12 buildings, its exhibitions - both permanent and rotating - of its collection of 40,000 artifacts, and its ongoing educational/outreach programs, the Red Mill Museum Village seeks to preserve, maintain, and present to the public the social, agricultural, and industrial heritage of Hunterdon County and its surrounding area.


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