The 5th Annual M.A.D. Scramble will be held on Thursday, June 27, 2013 at 6:30 PM at the Pierce Middle School, Milton MA.
The entry fee is $25 pre-registration. $30 day of the race.
Download your race application here.
Online Registration: https://www.racemenu.com/madscramble
|Date:||Thursday, June 27, 2013, 6:30 pm|
|Location:||The Pierce Middle School
451 Central Ave
|MAD Memorial Fund:||
The race supports the Detective Michael A Devin Memorial Fund.
Proceeds from the race fund scholarships, support juvenile
athletic programs, and provide assistance to families in need.
|Course:||Flat and fast for the first half. Hilly along the backstretch.
A little over a mile will be run along well trodden trails
through the very scenic Turner's Pond and Trout Brook areas.
Click here for course map and detailed description.
Click here for Google Maps
|From Route 93/128: Take Exit 2B, (Route 138 North).
After passing Trailside Museum, bear right onto Canton Avenue.
Follow Canton Avenue for approximately 3 miles. At set of lights,
turn left onto Reedsdale Rd. Follow Reedsdale Rd. to 1st set of lights
and take left onto Brook RD. Pierce Middle School parking lot is on your left.
From Boston: Southeast Expressway(Rt 93) South to exit 10(Squantum St)
Proceed straight to first intersection/stop sign (Adams Street). Turn left.
Take right at first light (Brook Road). Follow along Brook Rd through
the 4th set of lights and stay on Brook Road. Pierce Middle School Parking
lot is on your left.
|Number/Packet Pickup:||RACE DAY: 5:00 PM
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We greatly appreciate any and all donations from individuals and company sponsors.
Special thanks to our 2012 M.A.D. Scramble Sponsors!
|About Michael Devin:||
Michael Devin, a juvenile detective for the Milton Police Department and
father of three, died in an automobile accident in December 2006. After
living in South Boston as a child, he graduated from Milton High School in 1967.
He went on to attend the Police Academy and served in the Vietnam War as a Marine.
At the time of his death, in addition to being a juvenile detective in Milton,
he served as a deputy sheriff in Norfolk County and the residency officer for
the Milton Public Schools.