Annual Loop the Lake Dice Run


Formerly the Laurel Run Dice Run!

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Start & End Point – The Resource Center – 200 Dunham Avenue – Jamestown NY 14701

Registration: 8:30a.m. – 9:30a.m. on the day of the dice run. (Run begins at 9:30 a.m.; must be back by 11:30 a.m.)

  • To register online for the Dice Run click here.
  • Register by mail by downloading a PDF version of this years registration form Dice Run Registration (Click here!).

Enjoy a trip through scenic Chautauqua County on a route that takes participants around beautiful Chautauqua Lake before returning to 200 Dunham Avenue.

High Rolling Driver
High Rolling Rider
Low Rolling Driver
Low Rolling Rider

* $1.00 to re-roll at any site – no limits on how many times you roll!

Driver – $20
With a Rider – $30

Free food
Live music
Participate in the Step Up for Autism annual event

About Step Up for Autism

Step Up for Autism was created thanks to a group of Chautauqua County parents who were frustrated by having to travel outside the local area in order for their children with Autism Spectrum Disorder to access training so that they could learn social skills. Proceeds from Step Up for Autism go to Filling the Gap, Inc. Most of the money raised is directed to The Resource Center’s SUCCESS Program, which stands for “Supporting, Understanding, Changing, Coping, and Everyday Social Skills”.

The 2015 Step Up for Autism walk was extremely successful with many parents, volunteers, over 100+ walkers and additional people from the community joined in during the walk. Over $35,000 has been raised since 2010 through registration, sponsorship, and donations.

About Filling the Gap, Inc.

Filling the Gap, Inc., is a supporting organization of TRC Foundation and The Resource Center for the development of services for individuals with disabilities or other challenges in Chautauqua County.

About The Resource Center

Started in 1958 by parents who wanted better lives for their family members, The Resource Center (TRC) is one of the largest human service organizations in Western New York. TRC provides a comprehensive array of supports to assist individuals with disabling conditions in living productive, meaningful lives as valued members of their community. The Resource Center works in concert with Filling the Gap and TRC Foundation to raise resources to meet the unfunded needs of persons with disabilities now and in the future.