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3/21/15 - Dash for Down 5K
Little Nia Lomosi had a race today, and 187 people showed up. The race has drawn over 200 people consistently int he past, and we are looking forward to 2016 to make it even bigger and better.

Shamrock Shuffle 3/14/15 - Marshfield, MO
It was fun being back in friendly Marshfield. The location changed to the Baptist Church, with a scenic, out and back, rural course. Pancakes were provided by the Church afterward. Attendance was good.

Irish Dash 3/14/15 - Branson, MO
The Landing wakes up slowly, like a sleepy village. So, we have to be fairly quiet until the hotel guests start stirring. We had a fun party after 7 a.m. The course was scenic, running along Lake Taneycomo, through Alexander Park, the disc golf course, then turning around on a dirt road. The early morning mist made it magical. Thanks for joining us.

It was the tenth year for this little race. It felt like spring and offered an awakening to the racing legs. It is nice to be able to utilize the Exposition Center for pre and post-race activities. There is much going on downstairs in the way of gymnastics and all over the city in the way of swimming, basketball, and other sports to name a few.


This event, put on by McKenna Loveland, was a huge success in fund raising and the increase in awareness of this affliction. Half of the folks registered showed up to run. It was int he teen's with a steady snow fall. Some would see it as an adventure. It was a lot of fun with beautiful pictures.


The Polar Bear Run is a long-standing tradition in Southwest Missouri. It started over 30 years ago, and some have never missed - even in 14 inches of snow. Miller Jewlers was a constant for many years in keeping it alive with their sponsorship. The YMCA keeps it going and does a tremendous job. We are glad to be a part of it.

2015 FEEL THE LOVE 5K - 2/7/15
We were back at the CCM this morning. The course followed a scenic path around the Phelps Grove neighborhood. Jerry Ragsdale led from the beginning and won movie tickets and a bottle of wine. Our overall female, Victoria Robinson, who was only 19 had to forgo the fottle of wine and settle for a chocolate medallion and movie tickets. Teams were given 48 oz. of chocolate for each member and everyone snacked on strawberries, bananas, crackers, graham crackers, and marshmallows covered with chocolate or white chocolate. Churchill's Coffee topped off everything for the grand finale.

Jack Frost Run - 1/31/15

We had nearly 300. People were happy and celebratory. We enjoy this very much. The race offers great prizes, food, and warmth in the Catholic Campus Ministry.

RRS Estimated Time Run - 1/17/15

This is a fun way for us to have people over to our place. It is more of a gathering than a race. Participants received gift certificates for guessing in the top fifteen closest category. The overall winner received 12 free races for 2015.



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