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Cross Country - Co-ed vs. Indian Mountain School
vs. Rumsey Hall School

Event Type: Regular
Advantage:Away

Date: September 19, 2012
Event Time: 3:45PM
Dismissal Time:1:30PM
Depart Time:1:45PM

Location(s):Rumsey Hall School

 
Address
Rumsey Hall School
201 Romford Road
Washington Depot, CT 06794
(860) 868-0535
 
Directions
"I-84 West to Exit 17 (Route 63/Naugatuck/Watertown). Travel straight off exit ramp and get into middle lane at light to proceed straight onto Route 64/Middlebury Road. Follow Route 64 for 8 miles to the center of Woodbury. Turn right onto Route 6 East. Travel 1½ miles to light at Canfield Corner (junction of Routes 6&47), turn left onto Route 47 North and travel 4½ miles. Go past Woodbury Ski and Racquet and bear right at the fork onto Nettleton Hollow Road. Continue on Nettleton Hollow Road for approximately 5 miles to a stop sign. Continue straight for 2 miles (the road is now called Romford Road), across a single lane bridge, to the next stop sign which is in the middle of the Rumsey campus."
 
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