This year, Miles for Michael offers a host of all-virtual choices for you to participate at your leisure, at your own chosen location, at your own pace!
Many students and families enjoy the Fun Run while others up their game to the 1 mile, 5k and 10k choices, and we now offer an added Half Marathon and Marathon challenge!
Registrants will receive a MFM swag bag with your tee-shirt and mask for 2021. Registrants can pick up their materials at The JKAO Building (60 Weston Street in Huntington Station) from 3pm - 6pm from Monday, May 3rd through Friday, May 7th.
Geared for children 10 and under, the Kids Fun Run is a great way to have our young community members participate in a memorable day! All registrants receive a MFM swag bag with a 2021 MFM tee shirt and mask set. This year the Fun Run is at their leisure- a nice day after school, a morning walk after breakfast, or choose one many suggested paths in the Town of Huntington!
Because our event is virtual in 2021, you can choose your own route or try one of the suggested routes where we have mapped out 5k routes that conveniently start and end in our district lots so you can park there and pace yourself through the neighborhood.
Due to our virtual event this year, you again are given the opportunity to participate in a 10k, 13.6 mile or 26.2 mile route of your choosing, at your leisure and your pace. For example, some have said they're jogging Caumsett State Historic Park Preserve and then walking through Target Rock and Sunken Meadow, over the course of 3 days to complete their marathon. It's all your choice!
John Andreoni, a very talented student at Walt Whitman High School, has agreed to join us again for this year's MFM 2019 celebration! He will be providing the very important backdrop music for our celebration. He continues to amaze us all with his incredible talent and poise.
Known as Andaluz the Artist to followers around the world, Efren Andaluz III is a South Huntington 2006 graduate with a recognizable style. With murals from coast to coast, Wildcats for decades to come are fortunate to have his original work in the Walt Whitman High School featuring bold colors and powerful images that are symbolic of our diverse community.
Wildcats for generations to come will be lucky enough to view this custom piece created by Andaluz, his first piece of 2021, honoring his stomping ground with a design that applauds our diverse community.