The April 2013 issue of the WRC Newsletter is finally out! This month’s 10-page issue features updates on the Grand Prix, plus the debut of an ongoing column by Christine Hackman.
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First Heat Wave of the Year Wilts Runners; Robin Oswald First at Jay’s Run; Members Run Well at USO Ten Miler; Preview of an Upcoming Movie
December Club Meeting
The next gathering of our club will be December 10th, at our holiday party. Where we are having our party is not well know. Within a few days, we will have the location posted on our website. The election of officers for the next year will be concurrent with a holiday party.
June Club Meeting
Our next meeting will be on Friday, June 27th at 7:30 p.m. at Tris Krugers place in Potomac Maryland. (Tris’s house is also the staging grounds for our Sunday summer runs.) We think there is no better way to celebrate the Summer Solistice than staging a cookout at WRC’s Summer Palace. We will be doing a short run starting at 6:30 that evening followed by eating, of course. The address is: 9641 Accord Dr, Potomac, MD. (see directions below)
April Club Meeting
The April WRC Meeting will be at Armand’s Pizzeria (Tenleytown) on Wisconsin Avenue in Washington, DC on April 27 at 7:30 p.m. located at 4231 Wisconsin Avenue (202-686-9450). The agenda will include topics ranging from recent races, web site traffic, upcoming team competitions, report from Penn Relays and uniforms.
GW MARATHON RELAY
by Dave Keating
The GW Marathon Relay will be our first club race of 1999. On February 14th at 10:30 a.m. in Greenbelt, WRC will unfurl the flag of defiance once again. This is a race where we challenge other clubs such as Montgomery County RRC, Northern Virginia, Annapolis Striders and Potomac Runners. In times past, this is where WRC has acquired fame and glory, as well as some rather garish trophies.