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  CAMDEN, N.J., Oct. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- On Sunday, November 4, three thousand people will meet at the base of the Ben Franklin Bridge for the Cooper-AmeriHealth Bridge Challenge, a 10K race and two-mile walk. The race benefits the Larc School, a local non-profit organization that provides a variety of special education, therapeutic and support services to children with severe disabilities at no cost to their families. One of the largest of its kind, Larc School, headquartered in Bellmawr, NJ, serves the entire South Jersey region.

Last year''s event attracted approximately 2,900 participants and raised over $100,000. This year, as Larc celebrates its sixth anniversary as beneficiary of the bridge run, they anticipate 3,500 participants and thousands of spectators.

"In its fourth year as a USA Track & Field (USATF) Mid-Atlantic Association Grand Prix event, the Challenge is the largest 10K in the area, and looks to be even bigger in 2007," said race chairman and ESPN Correspondent Sal Paolantonio, "but even more important, we are truly thankful to those who contributed to the race''s success, and ultimately Larc School''s success."

The USATF-certified 10K course starts at the base of the Ben Franklin Bridge in Camden, taking runners on a scenic journey across the bridge then back through the revitalized Camden waterfront. Runners will continue past the Tweeter Center, the Battleship New Jersey, and the Adventure Aquarium before the final dash to the finish line in Campbell''s Field.

"It is through the support of our community and caring partners like Cooper and AmeriHealth that Larc can continue to provide a warm, loving and safe place where each child receives unique opportunities to learn, grow and flourish," said Susan Weiner, Executive Director of Larc School.

The 10K offers $6,300 in prize money for the top five male and female runners, and top three male and female runners over 40 years old. Awards will also be given for the top three male and female racers in 5-year age categories from 14 and under to 70 and over.

"Larc School makes a powerful difference in the lives of many young disabled students and their families throughout southern New Jersey," said Judith L. Roman, AmeriHealth New Jersey president and CEO. "We''re proud of our continued relationship with Larc School, and expect the 2007 race will be the biggest and most successful yet."

"This is going to be another great day for South Jersey," said George E. Norcross, Chairman of Cooper University Hospital. "Last year was an amazing race. It''s magnificent how everyone comes together to have fun and to help the young students at Larc School. Cooper University Hospital is proud to be a lead sponsor of this event," concluded Norcross.

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About Larc School

Larc School, a private, non-profit organization located in Bellmawr, NJ, provides educational, therapeutic and recreational services to over 125 individuals with severe disabilities from pre-school to adult. For 40 years, Larc School has provided service to its students and their families throughout South Jersey. To learn more about Larc School, go to

About Cooper University Hospital

Cooper University Hospital, the flagship of the Cooper Health System, is the premiere university hospital serving South Jersey and the Delaware Valley. As the core clinical campus for the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in Camden, Cooper is a national leader in medical education and research. With its comprehensive services and cutting-edge technology, the hospital is renowned for its prestigious Centers of Excellence in cardiology, cancer, critical care, trauma, orthopaedics and neurology. The area''s top nurses, doctors and services have earned Cooper the Consumer Choice award two consecutive years by the National Research Corporation.

About AmeriHealth New Jersey

AmeriHealth HMO Inc. and AmeriHealth Insurance Company of New Jersey, also known as AmeriHealth New Jersey, provide health care coverage to nearly 230,000 members. The company has built credentialed hospital and physician networks for its managed care products, with thousands of physicians and more than 100 hospitals throughout its service area. AmeriHealth New Jersey has offices in Mt. Laurel and Iselin.

In addition to health insurance, AmeriHealth New Jersey affiliates offer workers, compensation, property and casualty, and benefit plan administration services. AmeriHealth New Jersey and its affiliates operate in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware and have been recognized for their commitment to providing high quality products. AmeriHealth HMO''s New Jersey and Delaware operations have received the highest possible accreditation by the national leader in HMO quality evaluation, the National Committee for Quality Assurance which has awarded both with an "Excellent" status for meeting its rigorous evaluation standards.

Source: Cooper University Hospital

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