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The Annapolis Striders are looking for a
Race Director to support the annual
“Lights on the Bay 5K”
which will be held on
Friday November 22, 2019.
This annual race through holiday lights is hosted in conjunction with the SPCA. This is a great cause with good energy. Anyone interested in learning more, please contact VP of Races, Irene Myers-Thompson
The Downs Park 5 Mile Run will be held Saturday, November 2nd, 2019 at 8:30 am at Downs Memorial Park in Pasadena, MD.
The race is the 7th leg of the Annapolis Striders Championship Series!
Please join us for the Downs Park 5 Mile Run. The flat, scenic course winds through the woods with gorgeous views of the Chesapeake Bay.
If you are signed up for the Annapolis Striders Championship series,
The course is mostly in deep woods at Rosaryville State Park, though there is some running in meadows also. The trail is largely single track; not very technical. The Start (also the Finish) is at the Pavilion picnic area about three quarters of a mile from where the runners enter the single-track perimeter trail. Hot food after the race starting about 11:30. The race will end at 4:00 pm.
The course has two aid stations about 4 1/2 miles apart. There will be a bag drop at the first aid station. We will transport bags from the Start to the bag drop site when the race begins and return them to the pavilion after the race–or you can pick up your bag as you leave the park.
To volunteer or for more information, contact Co-Race Director,
Annapolis Striders membership is required to participate in these training programs. There is no fee for the training programs but you must register.
Additional information about training programs may be found on the Annapolis Striders website.
Fall 10K Training
Fall 10K Training registration is open and will begin on Tuesday, September 17th and targets the Cold Turkey 10K on November 24th, 2019. The program will conduct Tuesday runs until we run out of daylight and we will change up the venue on Saturdays.
The training will be led by newly certified coaches, Julie Brown on Tuesdays and Austin Chow on Saturdays. They will be supported by coaches, Michael Myers, Paul Thorn, Delia Edelman and Henry Schut. Twenty runners registered in the first 48 hours! Reach out to friends and encourage them to join this low key, range builder for anyone who has completed a 5K this summer.
This graphic shows how the rest of the year will play out with regard to programs and their target races and a few more. If you’re interested in being an assistant coach or mentoring any of the programs, let us know. Coaching is great way to inspire and encourage others…join our corps of great volunteers.
Location, location, location-please tell us your favorite spot-we are preparing for 2019!! Save the Dates, 2019 Annapolis Striders Socials, 2nd Thursday of Each Month from 6:30pm-8:30pm with the locations to be determined: July 11, August 8, September 12, October 10, November 14 & December 12.
We look forward to seeing you at our socials in the future. Your ideas are encouraged; please alert Carrye Massey, 410-627-8246.
6:30-8:30pm-meet us at the Graduate Annapolis (formerly Baroak), located at 126 West Street in Annapolis.
Thank you Shannon Draley, Catering Manager, for reserving our space.
AS A SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY:
COMMUNITY RACES AND NEWS
Information about races may be sent to us by visiting the
Annapolis Striders webpage. Under “Contact Us” select
“Submit Community Race”.
Listed by Event Date New postings will have prior to the announcement
The Ruckster Run will be held Saturday, September 7th, 2019
on the Ma and Pal Heritage Trail in Bel Air, MD.
The charity run is in honor of David Ruck who passed away last September after a four-year battle with cancer. All of the proceeds are going directly to research at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, where he received trial treatments from the most compassionate and hardworking team of doctors and nurses.
The 9/11 Remember-Honor-Teach 5K and 1 Mile Family Fun Run/Walk will be held Wednesday, September 11th at Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis.
The Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives will be hosting the “Day to Serve” kick-off event at Quiet Water Parks in Annapolis, Maryland.
Participants can sign up to volunteer for park cleanup and beautification, or register for the 5K or 1 mile Family Fun Run/Walk to benefit Wreaths Across America and or local First Responders or simply come out to support the 9/11 Remember-Honor-Teach Tribute ceremony. Gold Star Mom, Cathy Powers, will be the keynote speaker and special runner. Cathy Powers is “Running Fir Wreaths” in loving memory of her son, SRA Bryce Powers, and all veterans past, present, and future. Her goal is to run 1,000 miles across the 50 states, presenting 7,777 wreaths (in honor of each day her son was alive) to heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice. Maryland will be the 42nd state in her year-long journey.
The St. Jude Walk/Run Baltimore will be held Saturday, September 21st, 2019 at Druid Hill Park in Baltimore.
The St. Jude Walk/Run is held during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in September, to raise money for the kids of St. Jude, where families never receive a bill for anything. Let’s end childhood cancer. Together.
The EB Day on the B&A will be held Saturday, September 21st, 2019 on the B&A Trail.
Choose your own adventure! Run, walk, bike or a little bit of each.
Pick your start time, distance and pace. Plus, enjoy fuel stops at local businesses along the B&A.
This is not a timed event but this fully supported course would be great for runners training for a fall race or anyone looking for a fun, social event.
Registration includes coffee at The Big Bean (7:30 AM – 4PM), a scoop of ice cream at Brusters (Severna Park: 12 PM – 8 PM or Glen Burnie 11AM – 8 PM) and a lunch buffet at Severna Park Taphouse with a ticket for a Marathon Brew (11 AM – 3PM). There will also be water at these businesses along with 2 additional water stations on the Trail from 8 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. to refill your bottles (BYO).
100% of the proceeds from this event will be donated to EB Research Partnership (EBRP) to find a cure and treatment of Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB).
The Annapolis Run for the Light House (Half Marathon, 5K and Walk) will be held Sunday, September 22nd, 2019 at Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis, MD.
The mission of the Light House: Homeless Prevention Support Center is to help rebuild lives with compassion by providing shelter and services to prevent homelessness and empower people as they transition toward self-sufficiency.
The Marines Helping Heroes 5K Challenge will be held Sunday, September 22nd, 2019 in Hanover, MD.
This event consists of a 5K run with optional push-up and sit-up challenges. The Challenge is designed to replicate the US Marine Corps Physical Fitness Test.
Funds raised will benefit our local military, veterans, the Semper Fi Fund, and TreatNOW. These organizations assist all servicemen and veterans suffering from PTSD and traumatic brain injuries, which have been linked to the epidemic of 22 suicides per day among veterans.
The Together in Teal 5K Run, organized by the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition Central MD Chapter, will be held Sunday, September 22nd at the Westfield Annapolis Mall.
This is the 10th Annual Together in Teal Run/Walk to End Ovarian Cancer. We run outside on the ring road at Westfield Annapolis Mall.
We honor Survivors of ovarian cancer and remember those that have lost their lives to this disease. It is a fun, inspiring family day also. Non monetary Awards given for various age group runners. Refreshments, Entertainment, and great Raffle and Community Health Tent.
NOCC is a 501(c)(3) non profit. It’s mission is “To work tirelessly to prevent and cure ovarian cancer and improve the lives of Survivors.”
The David Herlocker Bachman Valley Half Marathon and 2 Person Relay will be held on Sunday, September 29th, 2019 in the heart of Carroll County farmland.
The Bachman Valley Half Marathon is part of the MD RRCA Grand Prix Series. In the heart of Carroll County farmland, this is a rolling, scenic course with small-town country charm. For more information and registration
The Christalis Superhero 5K Run/Walk will be held Sunday, September 29th, 2019 in Takoma Park, MD.
The Christalis Superhero 5k Run/Walk is a fundraising event focused on benefiting poor and orphaned children in Uganda.
The 20th anniversary ofZack’s Run- The Race Against Childhood Cancer, organized by The Hebda Foundation, will be held Sunday, October 6th, 2019 on the campus of the University of Maryland in College Park.
Enjoy a fun route through the campus for the 5K race or take part in the 1-mile fun run and support The Hebda Foundation in providing funds for cancer research at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center and supporting Camp Sunrise.
“Since 1986, Camp Sunrise has provided children affected by cancer with a normal camping experience among their peers who have also experienced cancer treatment. By combining an exciting camp experience with professional medical support, Camp Sunrise creates limitless opportunities for pediatric oncology patients to be normal kids again for a week.” (Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center)
The Athletes Serving Athletes (ASA) RunFest will be held Saturday, October 12th, 2019 at 9:00 am in Hunt Valley, MD.
This is a 5K, 1 Mile and Kids’ Fun Run.
Athletes Serving Athletes is a non profit based in the Baltimore community and dedicated to empowering athletes living with disabilities to cross the finish line in mainstream running and triathlon events. We cross the finish line in over 100 events a year in Maryland and then ASA RunFest is our very own signature event and largest fundraiser of the year. Over 70 ASA Athletes crossing the finish line in specialized running joggers. The Fall Family Festival will follow the race with music, kid zone, food and fun! The proceeds from the race will go to ASA’s WingMan Program.
The 14th Annual Scarecrow Classic 5K and 1 Mile Walk will be held Sunday, October 13th, 2019 on the University of Maryland Baltimore County campus.
This event, hosted by the Brain Injury Association of Maryland (BIAMD), will rally survivors, families, friends, and supporters around the common goal of raising awareness about brain injury within the community and providing much needed funding to support the programs and initiatives of BIAMD. For more than a three decades, BIAMD has been able to provide help, hope, and healing to Maryland’s Brain Injury community. With the generous assistance of our supporters and volunteers, The Maryland Brain Injury Connection Center is able to provide resources, education, and assistance to Marylanders with a brain injury, their families, and the healthcare providers who serve them, all free of charge.
As a courtesy, members will receive a reminder e-mail at the beginning of the month when their membership expires!
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FOR YOUR INFORMATION AND INTEREST:
Please remember that ALL Annapolis Striders members are welcome at our monthly Board Meetings, the first Tuesday of each month 7:00 pm.
2019 dates are:
September 3rd, October 1st, November 5th, December 3rd.
All Board Meetings are held at the Anne Arundel Medical Center in the
Belcher Pavilion, 7th floor, Conference Room B or E. Park in Garage E.
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