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CHHANGE 5K draws enthusiastic field of runners and walkers The third Annual 5K Challenge for CHHANGE was held on Sunday, September 21, 2014 at the campus of Brookdale Community College in the Lincroft section of Middletown, New Jersey. The Center is a non profit, volunteer organization founded in 1979. It addresses human rights and civil rights issues worldwide. It maintains an extensive library and provides educational resources as well as speakers. The Center is housed on the Brookdale Campus and served as the registration point for the event. The Center and the event draws attention to the relevant issues of today with what many consider genocide ongoing today in Iraq and Syria. It is important to learn lessons from the past and not repeat them. The Center elevates those issues which we should all be aware of. Visit their web site for more information. Runners lined up at the start and the National Anthem was sung and then the "on your mark, get set, go" command was given and the runners proceeded around the college campus for two loops on what Ralph Garfield one of the age group winners remarked as a "deceptively hilly course". Dave Demonico of Ocean Township was there as he is at many local events playing his trumpet giving the runners a boost along the way. The finish was near the CHHANGE Center. Breaking the large CHHANGE finish line tape for first overall and for the men was Ellot Gindi of Ocean Township a Sophomore at Ocean Township High School in a time of 17:04. He was followed by Ethan Seltzer of Manalapan in a time of 18:39 and then Robert Gruskos of Oceanport in 19:51. For the women it was 14 year old Kelly Maeve of Little Silver in a time of 22:39 breaking the tape. She was followed by Amy Goodman in 23:47 and then Julie Ermoloff of Englishtown in a time of 23:56 to round out the top three. Race Director, Jack Werbler after the race said, "I am thankful to all who came out, the sponsors and the many volunteers, it was a fitting conclusion to the last day of summer." Dave Demonico echoed Jack's remarks and couldn't stop talking about the enthusiasm of the runners as they made their way past him on the course. Fall racing will kick off next weekend with lots of local events. Check the race calendar for details. Jersey Shore Running Examiner Bob Both has been involved in running at the Jersey Shore for over 20 years. He is an active participant in road races of all distances including marathons and triathalons. He is a Past President of the Jersey Shore Running Club, past Editor of the Club's Newsletter and currently maintains the club's web sites. He has managed many local events to include the Asbury Park Half Marathon, Jersey Shore Relay Marathon, Boardwalk Relay and other events. He is a Road Runners Club of America Certified Coach.