Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Thursday 5:30am Progressive!

In the look at the week, I forgot to include the Progressive run... it is scheduled for 5:30am Thursday morning from the front doors of the DAHLC... come out and give it a go!  I'll help you figure out your start pace, and progressions if you want something different from what the group is currently doing (which starts at 10 min miles).

Also, re-posting something that matters to us...

One personal note I'd like to share (and I try not to do that often)... yet, many of you know our daughter was diagnosed with Type-1 Diabetes at age 9.  Now, as a high school senior, she continues to be a superstar.. super student, super athlete and super daughter.   Since her diagnosis, Wendy and I have been very involved in fundraising for a cure for Type-1 Diabetes as there is no cure.   

With that all said.. On March 22nd the Bears Den is hosting a pancake breakfast.  You are all invited!  You can simply drive to the event.. or consider something below (or your own plan!)  Additionally, if you can't make it, and want to participate financially, you can make a check payable to JDRF and that money will go towards research!
  • March 22nd will be approx a 17 mile run for the marathon training people.. with half of it in Rochester, and the 2nd half will bring you to the Bears Den in Byron. Randy Q is again hosting the water stop midway from the RAC to Byron. Awesome! 
    • If you want to participate in that run.. bring a change of clothes to the RAC, Randy and/or Tom will transfer your bags to the Bears Den.
    • If you want to participate but not run 17 miles.. do it!  It's about 7.5 from the RAC to the Den.. show up, drop a dry clothing bag with us and run directly there. 
    • We will shuttle you back to your car at the RAC after your participate in the event. 
    • It's just 7 bucks for all you can eat pancake breakfast (which is great post run!)
    • I love the fact we have seen such great support of this event.. Thank You! 
Thanks for considering! Finding a cure is a passion of the O'Leary family. 

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