MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- More than 575 residents ranging in age from toddlers to the elderly recently showed their town spirit by taking part in the 3rd annual Kisco 5K, presented by the Saw Mill Club.
Village Trustee Jean Farber said this year's race and Kids Mad Dash had at least 200 more runners than the 2015 event.
This year’s race, held on the same weekend as the Mount Kisco Sale Days, had a new course that started and ended at the train station, while winding through the heart of the village.
The Saw Mill Club, who served as this year's presenting sponsor, provided each runner a free one-day guest past to the Saw Mill Club with race registration. Also, all registered runners were invited to a post race party.
Fox Lake High School track coaches Steve Petrillo and Chris Dossena said they had more than 50 students taking part in the race to give them some "road time," and "experience."
Resident Sue Das, who has lived in Mount Kisco for 25 years, said this was her third year running the race.
"I do it to help support the community," she said.
Nicole Cinorich turned out with her entire family including the kids for run for the second year in a row.
"It's a fun family event," she added.
The three winners were Shane Rooney, Cameron Stafford and Cole Rooney.