and 400 cheese sticks and soup for 400 in the back seat and headed for Mayo H.S. at 7 bells.
|Mike and his winnigs :-)|
I'd done lots of baking the week before the event and Kristin and crew laid out all the nicely packaged baked goods for the silent auction. I ended up purchasing this USATF top for $10. You can't even get a sports bra at Target for $10.
I also bought my friend Mary's cherry pie.
I'd contemplated running one of the races as I'd run the half each of the first years and hated to now be a non-participant. But I'd run 21.50 on Saturday and knew the half marathon would be r-e-a-l-l-y slow if I chose that event. But I thought that the 5K would probably be a disappointment as I didn't have any speed in my legs. Finally at 9:55 AM I decided to run the 5K and just run it for fun, not time, but do as well as I could for the day. I knew that a P.R. was definitely not in the cards.
First I went out and watched the start of the half marathon.
Official starter? My friend Betsy, who was our speaker last year and is now in her second year of being a survivor. She looks great.
|Women's winner and Rick Hlebain|
|PR Millie, Trevor and Andy|
|Joe and Ann Moyer|