Haverhill’s ‘Largest Road Race,’ Frozen Shamrock, Set For Sunday, Feb. 25

David LaBrode, chief strategist, Wild Rover Race Series. (WHAV News file photograph.)

David P. Labrode appeared before the Haverhill License Commission Thursday night and was granted a one-day beer and wine license for the event.

What is billed as “Haverhill’s largest road race,” the Frozen Shamrock Three-Miler is set to run again Sunday, Feb. 25 from downtown Haverhill.

The race is the first of the three-part “Wild Rover Series” and begins at 11 a.m., behind Maria’s Restaurant, 81 Essex St. Other races in the series are the Claddagh Pub 4-Miler in Lawerence and Wild Clover 5-Miler in Lowell. Most of the Haverhill route runs through the neighborhoods of the Bradford section of Haverhill.

Each participant receives a finisher medal. The medals from the three Wild Rover Series races fit together to form a larger series medal, organizers said. T-shirts will be given to the first 950 entrants. A post–race celebration takes place at the Galleria Banquet Hall adjacent to Maria's Family Restaurant. The party includes live entertainment, food and refreshments.