6th Annual Ragged Mountain Scuttle


Benefits / Fundraisers
Camden Snow Bowl
20 Barnestown Road, Camden ME 04843
One Community Many Voices
info@onecommunitymanyvoices.org
2078996925
runsignup.com/Race/ME/Camden/6thAnnualRaggedMountainScuttle
Sep 29, 2019
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

This year our event is scheduled for Sunday, September 29th.  This event is an obstacle course race on the Kuller trail at the Camden (Maine) Snow Bowl. Runners/Walkers enjoy the ragged terrain and a beautiful view at the top. All the proceeds go to supporting the 4th Grade Learn to Ski Program at the Snow Bowl and One Community Many Voices.  We are not a professional OCR company. This event is made possible because of the generosity of event sponsors and volunteers. In 2018, roughly 120 volunteers donated 1,300 hours to make this event happen.


Our basic course information: The course offers a variety of natural and man-made obstacles on a trail with plenty of elevation gain. Whether you’re racing as a team or an individual, we promise this will be an event you’ll be happy you signed up for. The majority of the event  is on the Kuller trail, an intermediate level trail. The trail does has some steep pitches, and climbs 500 feet. The course will begin and end directly behind the Camden Snow Bowl lodge. Here is a peek at 2018 course map: Course Map 2018. We also offer a Children’s Course, Sponsored by Bangor Savings Bank, which includes; climbing, jumping and rolling like a Ninja, the children’s course is a must-do experience. It takes place at the base behind the Snow Bowl lodge. Cost is a $5 donation for unlimited use of the course. It’s within view from inside the lodge. Kiddos earn a medal for completing the course.  (Please see our website for more information at www.ocmv.org.  At the day of the event we also offer sponsorship tables, a food vendor, and a positive experience for participants of all levels.


Our charity, One Community Many voices, provides proactive funding solutions to prevent a temporary barrier turning into a financial, self-confidence, or well-being crisis when no other resources are available. The barriers we focus on relate to: youth aspirations, senior independent living, well-being, transportation, and employment/skill development. In return, recipients are expected to pass the good deed forward through self-selected volunteerism.  Our organization was developed in 2015 by the founders, Reade and Martha Brower, from Camden, Maine.  We developed a model called The Art of Good Fellowship – Paying it Forward One Neighbor at a Time. It’s a hybrid of the Pay It Forward and the Good Neighboring movements. OCMV works with our Organization Partners to meet people where they are at and works with individuals and families to achieve a dream or overcome a temporary barrier in order to regain financial sustainability, self-confidence, and/or a healthy lifestyle.  The self-selected volunteerism component allows people the ability to give back to their community by using their skills and knowledge. Our footprint covers Lincolnville, Knox County, and Waldoboro, Maine.