I wanted to thank everyone for registering and running in the first annual 4Miles 4Mom.
Please visit http://results.active.com/events/4miles-4mom for the results. If you see any discrepency with your result please email me so I can coordinate with Race Timers to have it adjusted. Also I am working on posting the pictures from the run on my Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Intense-Racing-LLC/426600860705122. Album will be named 4M4M Pics.
4Miles 4Mom (4M4M) is to celebrate mom's. This a great opportunity to either run or walk with mom or in her honor. Portion of proceeds will benefit the Sojourner Center. This race is on 5.11.13 at Rio Vista Park @ 7am (new time). Prices dropped to $25, 5.2.13 until registration closes. Online registration closes on 5.9.13 but you may still register on race day with CASH ONLY $30/person. Each participant will receive a race t-shirt if pre-registered. T-shirts may not be available if you register on day of event.
Walkers, pets and strollers will start behind the runners at 7am.
4Mile Run/Walk @ 7AM and 1 Mile Kid's fun run @ 8AM.
Packet pick up will be available on race day 5.11.13 starting at 6am or at Roadrunner Sports Scottsdale location: Address: 7077 E Mayo Blvd #150, Phoenix, AZ 85054; Phone:(480) 513-1774 on May 10, 2013 4-7pm. Roadrunner Sports will offer 10% OFF discount or 20% OFF VIP members to all participants picking up their packets.
Register on Active.com: http://www.active.com/running/peoria-az/running-event---4miles-4mom-2013
This is a USA Track & Field scantioned event
4M4M will be chip timed by Race Timers.
Awards will be given to top 3 finishers Male & Female for the following age divisions: 20 & under; 21-30; 31-40; 41-50; 51-60 & 61 & over.
Course link: http://www.usatf.org/routes/view.asp?rID=501104
***PLEASE USE "CONTACT US" link iF INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING AT ANY OF THE EVENTS***
***Jogging strollers and pets are allowed but must start at the
back of the starting line and stay to the right side of the path.
Service dogs are welcome***
***Not Allowed on the course: Bicycles, Rollerblades, or Skateboards***
Sojourner Center’s programs are based on an "empowerment model", which is a non-psychotherapeutic approach that sees domestic violence as an imbalance of power within relationships. This desire for control over the other is evidenced by physical, mental, verbal, sexual, emotional, psychological or economic abuses.
Empowerment centers on the belief that women and children can break the cycle of domestic violence through supportive intervention because they posses the ability to make decisions that foster healthy, violence free relationships. This philosophy acknowledges a women’s competency and offers her support, resources, advocacy, information, and education, always striving to equalize power between a woman and her environment.
A large amount of Sojourner Center’s resources are devoted to helping children, who are often the silent victims of domestic violence. Programs focus on creating safety, overcoming trauma, conflict resolution, basic skill-building, and education about domestic violence.
Sojourner Center offers services to women regardless of past or present involvement with by DealDropDown" style="text-decoration:underline" href="http://www.sojournercenter.org/go2/index.php/aboutus/empowerment-philisophy-mainmenu-67">substance abuse, mental illness, race, color, creed, religious preference, disabilities, or sexual orientation. The center maintains a drug-free shelter.
Scottsdale Super Expo April 2013 Torchlight 5K March 2013