15th anniversary revenge of jo’s lounge 5k and party at clukies after the run

Members, join us for the 15th anniversary run of the toughest 5k  run in R.I. This was the toughest 5k back in the day and we are bringing it back on it’s 15th birthday. run the old course then go to Clukies for his june party. bring a pot luck dish and coo-coo provides the drink and his  house for our enjoyment. the run starts at 630 at the corner of lepes lane and east main road. coo-coo lives 2 miles from the course.

Revenue generating course marshals!

  • Thanks to the club members who volunteered at the Swamp Meadow Covered Bridge Half Marathon - 3C Race Productions donated $600 of race proceeds to RIRR for your efforts. Thank you Mark DiFranco, John Santillo, Dan Azevedo, Scott Caldwell, Don Clukies, Sandi Weinberg, Andrew Beeber (hopefully I didn’t miss anyone).

Grand PRix Results Updated

Eric updated the Grand Prix stats for May including the results from the Swamp Meadow Covered Bridge Half Marathon.   After a two month summer break we have back to back races in August.  The Memorial 5K in Johnston on August 10th and the Common Fence Point 5 Miler in Portsmouth on August 17th.

The newsletter for April has been posted to the website. Eric is looking for race reports and pictures for May.  Please send them to him by the end of the month.

 

Thank you RIRR

From: The One Fund Boston <info>
Date: April 13, 2014 at 1:51:19 PM EDT
To: Christy Brennan <christy>
Subject: Thank you

Dear Christy Brennan/RIRR,

One Fund Boston is successful because of you. Over 195,000 people have donated, and the generosity continues. Donations have been received from all 50 states and over 50 countries around the world, from individuals and businesses, from lemonade stands and neighborhood fundraisers.

We are profoundly touched by the various ways in which people have conveyed their solidarity and support. Children asked for donations in lieu of birthday presents; messages of hope and well wishes were written on envelopes, checks, and in letters; and thousands of paper cranes arrived from Japan in hopes that they will bring peace and recovery to victims, survivors and their loved ones. These acts of kindness are helping people heal.

We have been able to provide some relief and peace of mind to hundreds of affected individuals and families thanks to your generosity. We are truly grateful for your gift. One Fund Boston, Inc. (the “One Fund”) acknowledges receipt of your contribution of $450.00 to be used for the charitable purposes of the One Fund. One Fund is a 501 (c)(3) organization and your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. No goods or services were provided in exchange for this contribution.

The recovery has just started for many and it will be a long road. The resilience of the people affected by the events on April 15, 2013 and in the days that followed has inspired our city and nation, and we ask that you continue to support and stand united with them. Thank you for your continued support of the One Fund.

Sincerely,

Lori van Dam
Executive Director
One Fund Boston, Inc.