2018-07-20 / Community News

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Patrick and Sue O’Reilly (far right), owners of O’Reilly’s Cure Restaurant and Bar in Scarborough, presented a check for $17,840 to Scarborough Town Manager Tom Hall and Eastern Trail Executive Director, Carole Brush.The check represents net proceeds from the second annual John Andrews Memorial 5K. The race was created and sponsored by O’Reilly’s Cure. The donation, along with proceeds from four other events this year, will benefit the Eastern Trail’s Close the Gap campaign, a $4.1 million fundraising effort to create 1.6 miles of off-road trail between Scarborough and South Portland. The town of Scarborough anticipates advertising for construction on the new section of trail in 2019. (Courtesy photo) Patrick and Sue O’Reilly (far right), owners of O’Reilly’s Cure Restaurant and Bar in Scarborough, presented a check for $17,840 to Scarborough Town Manager Tom Hall and Eastern Trail Executive Director, Carole Brush.The check represents net proceeds from the second annual John Andrews Memorial 5K. The race was created and sponsored by O’Reilly’s Cure. The donation, along with proceeds from four other events this year, will benefit the Eastern Trail’s Close the Gap campaign, a $4.1 million fundraising effort to create 1.6 miles of off-road trail between Scarborough and South Portland. The town of Scarborough anticipates advertising for construction on the new section of trail in 2019. (Courtesy photo)

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