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NEWTON — The 6th Annual Debbie Ann 5K was held under sunny skies on Sunday at bucolic Swartswood State Park, in Newton. The community-based event saw Shawn Davis, of Stillwater, as its winner turning in a time of 19:45. Jason Zoellner, of Fredon, was close behind running 20:15, and John Cassidy, of Cranford, was third in 20:35. On the ladies' side, the champion was Maureen Gill, of Branchville, who ran 22:47. Second place went to Alli Schutte, of Stillwater, who ran 22:53, and Maddie Bussow, of Sandyston, was third in 23:07.
The Thank You Mom Foundation recently held the fifth annual Debbie Ann 5K at Swartswood State Park in Swartswood.
STILLWATER, NJ – Over 200 attendees ran or walked in the fifth annual Debbie Ann 5K on Sunday, April 12 at Swartswood State Park.
SUSSEX COUNTY, NJ – The Thank You Mom Foundation (TYM) is holding the fifth annual Debbie Ann 5K on April 12, 2015 at Swartswood State Park in Stillwater Township, New Jersey — the proceeds of which go directly to local causes, such as families in need of financial support due to unexpected loss or medical expenses.
STILLWATER – Over 300 attendees and 175 registered runners gathered on Sunday, April 13 for the fourth Debbie Ann 5K at Swartswood State Park.
NEWTON — On Sunday, April 14, some ran, some walked, some pushed strollers and some had four-legged friends along, but all had traveled to Swartswood State Park for one reason: to remember a very special mother.
STILLWATER, NJ - While the sun reflected on the glistening Swartswood Lake, and people were bundled up to brace themselves against the brisk air, others stretched to prepare themselves for the 3.1 mile course, through scenic Swartswood State Park.
STILLWATER, NJ - Debbie Ann Modrow Snook made the ultimate sacrifice on March 28, 2004, on what was meant to be a relaxing Sunday afternoon, which turned to tragedy, when her son Dylan, then age five, slipped under the icy waters of Culver Lake.
STILLWATER, NJ – Close to 200 participants, some traveling to the event from as far as Florida, participated in the Debbie Ann 5K at Swartswood State Park yesterday.
STILLWATER, NJ – Debbie Ann Modrow Snook's name is frequently associated with the word "hero". On March 28, 2004, she made the ultimate sacrifice when her then five-year-old son accidentally fell into Culver Lake.
Although Culver Lake resident Deborah Modrow Snook passed away seven years ago, her legacy of thoughtfulness and generosity lives on in many forms.