The Noah Farrelly Run, honoring the Binghamton native struck and killed while out running near Stony Brook University, will be returning for its 5th year next month. 

"We knew very quickly to get through that awful loss that we were going to have to find a way to make some good come out of the tragedy," said Noah's mother and President of the Noah Farrelly Memorial Fund, Bridgette Farrelly-Hess. "So we decided to get right to work. We started a foundation in Noah's memory. All of the projects that we have relate to Noah's life experience or his passing in some way."

On Sunday, June 4th at MacArthur park, there will be 5 and 10k road races in the morning.

There will also be a free kids fun run and a kids fun zone with free activities, a kickball tournament, basket raffles and concessions from Food & Fire, Scoopy Dooby ice cream, and Sammys Italian ice. 

The Noah Farrelly Memorial Foundation is also introducing some friendly competition between schools leading up to the run; the school with the most sign ups gets an ice cream social. 

More information about the event can be found at here.