The weather has wreaked havoc on our Winter Series. But even with losing a number of races, this has been my favorite. The upbeat attitudes of the runners, volunteers and season long volunteers has been so much appreciated. We have two more races to go: the Wild Card and the Eenie Meanie Half Marathon. With just a little luck, we should have clear race courses and parking lots.
Don’t forget the Winter Series Banquet. Monica Baxter, Renee Harnishfeger and the Banquet committee are working hard to put together another fabulous evening. Check out the invitation and online RSVP on bcrrclub.com. The date is Sunday, March 23rd from 5:00 PM to 9:30 PM at the Northampton Country Club. It is more than just an awards banquet. Mix and mingle and enjoy a fun time.
Want to run a challenging half marathon? How about the Caesar Rodney Half Marathon in Wilmington, Delaware. The BCRR has carpooled to this event and won numerous team awards over the last ten years. Enjoy an adult beverage after in a local tavern. This event is also on March 23rd.
You need to register as an individual (http://action.lung.org/site/TR?fr_id=8530&pg=entry). Let me know when you are registered and I will add you to a team. If you have any questions, you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have enjoyed the Winter Series, I have to recommend the Bucks 5K Series (www.bucks5kseries.com). It is comprised of seven 5K races within 10 miles of Tyler State Park. It is competitive and fun.
Our Thanksgiving Race Director, Pat McCloskey has a full slate of races scheduled. Check out runbbucks,com. And don’t forget, the Bucks Marathon Series. It is a great way to build up to a marathon and run it all on the Delaware Canal.
I hope to see you at the Banquet, fun runs and races .