Road race benefits public schools


The eleventh annual Nantasket Seaside Race will start at Hull High School Saturday at 8 a.m. Proceeds from the four-mile race will go to the Hull Academic Support Coalition, which awards grants for programs in the public schools. “It’s for things that are over and beyond what you would learn in the classroom,” said treasurer Donna Brady, adding that since it formed in 1997, the coalition has contributed more than $125,000. Registration for the race opens at 7 a.m., at the high school, or can be done online at Brady said she doesn’t plan to run. “This is our big fund-raiser. I usually count the money,” she said. “But it’s a nice run, a very scenic run.”

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