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Flat-Top 5 K 2007

The Flat Top 5K was started in the memory of Bill Pinkham, an avid runner who collapsed and died following a road race in Bangor on July 4, 2005. Bill was Lamoine's Harbor Master, and his family and running friends worked with the Lamoine Parks Commission to start the race in his memory. This year's race, the first of the 2007 season, was held on March 31, 2007
Results - Posted on Eden Athletics
Thank-you to the 155 Runners who made the 2nd annual Flat Top 5K Race a success!

First Place - Overall

Adam Goode, Orono 16:17

2nd Place Overall - Eric Rudolph, Sullivan 16:58
3rd Place Overall - Andy Goupee, Ellsworth 17:00
4th Place Overall - Jeremy Lissee, Milbridge 17:14
5th Place Overall - Tommy McWalters, Machias 17:54
6th Place Overall - Austin Townsend, Jr. Perry 18:13
7th Place Overall Andrew Brunton, Birch Harbor 18:16
8th Place Overall - Henry Bauer, Steuben, 18:25
9th Place Overall - Matt Hougan, Bar Harbor 18:31
10th Place Overall - David Dent, Whiting, 19:25
1st Female (11th overall) - Elizabeth Brunton, Birch Harbor 19:27
12th Overall - Bob Jordan, Ellsworth, 19:46
2nd Female (14th Overall) - Ann Favolise-Stant, Columbia, 20:00
Ivy & Connie Wallace (Bill Pinkham's granddaughter and daughter - Ivy was 1st in her division!)
Race Organizer Robin Emery (left) and Bill's wife Amelia share a hug before the race.
Many thanks to the volunteers and sponsors who pull it all together. Welcoming back a runner is Tom Kirby (in black and gold jacket)
AJ & Thad Dolley of Machias hit the finish line
Dick & Sheri Davis of Lamoine are the first to finish in the walker division
Steven Knowles of Machias chugs to a 28th place finish just ahead of Jerry Martin
Mt. Desert Police Chief Jim Willis of Lamoine
Steven Fay, editor of the Ellsworth American
Truly a family event - the littlest racer was this young person in a leopard suit. At right, Matt Hougan is all grins with his newborn.
Many thanks to the registration ladies
Connie Wallace pins on Ivy's number - Grampa would be so proud
Race day was sunny, but cold. The start of the race was in front of the Lamoine Consolidated School on State Route 184. Many thanks to the Hancock County Sheriff's Department, Maine Marine Patrol, and County Ambulance who provided a safe route for our runners.
The 5K race took runners from the School to Shore Road, down to about Moose Run, and then back up Shore Road to Lamoine Beach Road and past the fire station to the school.
Lamoine's Town Attorney Tony Beardsley (87th place, 30:33)
Bill Pinkham's T-Shirt collection is slowly dwindling down.