8th Annual HARVEST FEST 5K with PICNIC


Sunday, September 17, 2017
10:00am start time (runners & walkers)

being held at our new race location; the beautiful, family-friendly

Camp MOE Torrington, CT website

Stay after the race: Picnic -- Tour the Grounds -- Enjoy the Scenery -- Outdoor Family Time

* * * First 100 Runners receive a Race Give-Away * * *


Miles for Moe Foundation:
A Local Cause For Our Local Kids

and have "The Best Day EVER!" ~ Emil "Moe" Renzullo, Jr.

Miles for Moe is an event that is growing and changing every year! This year's event will be our 4th family friendly 5K road race; for runners and walkers alike (no bike ride or kids fun run), to be held rain or shine!

Camp MOE's websiteThe Harvest Fest 5K will start and finish at Camp MOE 1145 Brandy Hill, Torrington, CT and will consist of a moderately hilly, out-and-back route on both paved and gravel terrain. The rural country this course takes runners through, will offer beautiful fall foliage views in September!

Runners and walkers will be greeted at the finish line by special guest Dan Lovallo announcing each individuals name and their personal points (i.e. a first 5K, personal best time, running for, in memory of, ect). Harvest Fest 5K will be timed by Fast Track Timing.

The Harvest Fest 5K will start at 10:00am.
Day-of registration will be available from 8:30am to 9:45am.

Established in memory of Emil "Moe" Renzullo, Jr., a very special boy who passed away from Leukemia in 2010. The Miles 4 Moe Foundation Fund is dedicated to raising funds to benefit our local children. While most of the monies raised goes to Moe's beloved camp, Camp MOE, The Miles 4 Moe Foundation Fund reserves funds to give back to our community. Every year we strive to do more for our children! We hope that you will come and be a part of what Moe would say is "the best day EVER!"

Camp MOE has been operating for over 38 years and has earned high regard as a model for inclusive camp programming. All campers are included in all activities. The mission of Camp MOE is to provide an ideal outdoor recreation environment where all children have the opportunity to develop friendships, leadership, self awareness and respect for others. Campers pick the activities they would like to participate in which include swimming, arts & crafts, archery, and rope course.

For more information on how your donations are changing the lives of so many children in need within our community, you can visit the Camp MOE website at www.campmoe.org. If you would like to make a tax deductible donation directly to the Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation, please make your check payable to "Miles For Moe Foundation" and mail it to:

The Community Foundation of Northwest Connecticut website
Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation
P.O. Box 1144
Torrington, CT 06790

Make a Donation Online
(via Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation)


Sign-up to be a Sponsor of the Miles For Moe Harvest Fest 5K

now OPEN for 2017


NOTE: We CAN also take credit cards for "day-of" the event registrations.

NOW ready for 2017

Printable Registration

Click the above link (PDF) to download, print, and snail-mail-in your Harvest Fest 5K registration(s).

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@ CFNWCT.org

Select "Miles For Moe"

FOR THOSE WHO: would like to make an additional contribution OR those unable to attend but would like to donate to the Miles For Moe Foundation.

include run / walk & picnic

Adult = $30

Student = $20 (18 & under)

Family (4 or more) = $50 (no race give-away)

Picnic Only = $10/person


The silent auction will include items from local businesses including a Lake Quassy Tickets, Week at Camp MOE, Mountain Bikes, Wine Baskets, Warner & Infinity show tickets, dining packages and much more!

Miles for Moe Foundation Mission Statement

Miles for Moe Foundation at The Community Foundation of NW CT was established to honor the memory of Emil "Moe" Renzullo, Jr. In his short life, Moe's enthusiasm, sense of humor and adventurous nature was an inspiration to many. Miles for Moe Foundation seeks to continue his legacy by supporting organizations such as Camp MOE that encourage inclusive activities for children with special needs to families who could not otherwise afford to send their children to summer camp. The Foundation will also benefit families who have a child diagnosed with cancer along with hospitals and organization that treat these children.