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There are many ways to support our veterans if you choose to not run the race. ​

Be a Patriot and join one of our volunteer teams!​



... A Few Good Volunteers Made The Difference

What Team Do You Want To Join?

Set Up
Registration / Packets
Parking
Info / Ask Me
Green Team
Water Station
Canteen
Clean Up
Park Operations
Communication
EEMS / Security
Start / Finish Line
Course Marshals
Awards-Music-Photos

Click on the button to the left to download the volunteer application.

Volunteer Application

OUR VOLUNTEERS FROM 2017

  • UConn Army ROTC
  • St. Mary's Church, Coventry, CT
  • Dave Brown - music
  • ECSU Student Volunteers
  • UConn Sailing Team & Student Volunteers
  • Boy Scouts of America, Troop 65
  • Girl Scouts of Connecticut
  • Coventry High School Cross Country Team and Student Volunteers
  • Peter DePaola, Jr. for singing the National Anthem
Special thanks to our military:
  • Connecticut Army National Guard


A special thank you to the Town of Coventry and to the Coventry Parks and Recreation Department for their strong support and assistance in making the 

Connecticut Veterans Day Patriot Race successful and fun.  Coventry has been voted into the "Playful City USA" for six years which makes it the perfect place to launch this great event to honor our veterans.  


Patriots Park on Lake Wangumbaug is well known for being an excellent area for recreation, with a guarded beach for swimming, a playground, a picnic area, lodge facilities, a community center, and band shell for summer concerts. The park is also the home of the Coventry Lake Water Ski Team and the UConn Women’s Crew Team. Next door is a boat launch run by the State of Connecticut. The lake is popular for fishing, boating, and water sports. Coventry also has two 18-hole public golf courses.