I am involved with the Charleston Distance Run and I would like to invite you to run our race this year. I know it is a road race but it is a challenging one and we all like challenges.
This year we did two new things that we hope runners will appreciate. First we lowered the entry fee for those who register early. To take advantage of the $20 early registration fee your entry must be postmarked by May 1st. We will strictly enforce that postmark date. Early entry forms are available at www.charlestondistancerun.com
Secondly, we did away with prize money and instead are giving every entrant two performance moisture management shirts, a short sleeve and a long sleeve shirt. These are great for training and racing in any weather.
This is our 38th year, we need to keep our participation numbers up in order to keep our sponsors – register early and help assure this quality race stays around for its 40th year in 2012.
|September 25, 2010|
The areas most unique race, Run For It is an annual 2k walk & 5k walk or run hosted by the Foundation during the Leaf Peepers Festival held in Davis each fall. Individuals and teams gather to walk or run for a community cause they support.
The race serves as a fund raiser for:
- Non-profit organizations
- Youth groups
- Community improvement projects
- School projects & educational trips
- School & community based athletic groups
- Existing or new TCF Endowed Funds
- Other charitable organizations or projects
Download your 2010 Event Packet here.
Run For It, Win It, Donate It . . .its that easy!
Saturday May 1, 2010 will be a trail work day on the Highlands Sky course. Come out for this enjoyable day in the high country, help continue Highlands reputation of excellence, earn your Volunteer Hours needed for WSER, Grindstone or other races.
Bring your hand tools and lunch. We will meet at Laneville, the Highlands Start, at 8:00am.
Let me know if you can make it or have any questions. Thanks
Dan Lehmann firstname.lastname@example.org 304 924-5835
The Highlands Sky 14 and 21 mile trainer yesterday, postponed from March, was the perfect day. Snow was gone save for a few drifts in the spruce shaded 4000′ ridges of Roaring Plains. Trail damage was not too bad considering the severe winter we experienced. However a trail work day is scheduled for May 1 to clear the few blowdowns and other brush we encountered.
Fifteen runners came out including 11 year old Kristian Robinette who ran the 14 mile loop with his dad Kirk. Go here for more photos, and here for a video on Roaring Plains.