Sporting a Cause with Willie Hallihan – Sunday December 6, 2020


The mission of this enterprise is to promote sports-related fundraising events, give exposure to the benefiting charities and shed light on the sponsoring businesses, all in a format that informs, engages and entertains.


John “Willie” Hallihan

Founder and Publisher.


Willie Hallihan is a life-long resident of the Northwest corner of Connecticut. He has always loved all that the tri-state area has to offer and cherishes the friendships that seem to come so easily with rural living. Willie is a long time board member of Salisbury Winter Sports Association. This website is a melding of Willie’s interests in both sports and local causes.

Norfolk Pub 22nd Annual 10 Mile Road Race

December 19Norfolk Town Hall, 19 Maple Ave
Norfolk, CT 06058 United States + Google Map

Norfolk Pub 22nd Annual 10 Mile Road Race, will be held Saturday, December 19, 2020 at Norfolk Town Hall, Maple Ave., Norfolk, CT 06058. Where: The registration, parking, start, and finish line are located in front of the Town Hall on Maple Ave. in Norfolk, CT. Entry Fee: $30. To Register (or for questions)  go to: On line registration ends December 17th at 11:59 pm. Course: This is a USATF Sanctioned event with a challenging 10 Mile, USATF Certified…Find out more »

Jingle Bell Fun Run Canceled for 2020

December 19

The Jingle Bell Fun Run sponsored by the Berkshire Running Center has been canceled for 2020. The event raises money for the Eagle Santa Toy Fund organized by The Berkshire Eagle.Find out more »

Salisbury Winter Sports Association Junior Jump Camp

January 1, 2021 – January 2, 2021Satre Hill

Want to learn how to fly? The Salisbury Winter Sports Association  (SWSA) is again hosting a two-day Junior Jump Camp, a ski jumping clinic on  Friday and Saturday, January 1st and 2nd, 2021 at Satre Hill in Salisbury, CT 06068. The jump camp runs 9:00 am to 2:00 pm each day. Boys and girls seven years and older are welcome. What to bring: Your enthusiasm, your downhill skis and boots (no need for poles) and your helmet. Learn the basics…Find out more »


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