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Jellybean Jog FREE 5K Fun Run – April 15, 2017

Our FREE 5K Fun Run Series continues, so come out and join us for the Jellybean Jog 5K on Saturday April 15, 2017!  Race time is 9:00am and on-site registration will begin at 7:30am.  Please plan to arrive no later than 8:30am to complete your registration and pick-up your bib number.  It’s EASTER, and rumor has it that the Easter Bunny may make a visit to our race course and hide a few eggs along the way.   Last year’s easter eggs held some great prizes inside!

We believe in having FUN, and we will continue the fun with our winners being determined by who can guess their finish time by the closest margin.  If you can guess your time within 10 seconds, then YOU will be a WINNER!

Remember, there is no registration ‘fee’, but we do ask for a donation for a local cause.  This month we are collecting non-perishable food items to fill the shelves at the Christ Church St. Michaels Food Pantry.  Come out and help us give back to the community that has supported us these last five years!

As usual, this event is open to everyone.   All ages, all abilities, and even pets are allowed. One requirement….HAVE FUN!  We hope to see you in April!

Online Registration is OPEN.

Please remember to park at St. Michaels Elementary School (on Seymour Ave.), then make the short walk to the shop for the race start.  Pre-race meeting will begin at 8:45am in the front parking lot.

BONUS:  Bring a couple extra bucks to support the Bay Hundred Tides Softball team, as they will have a Bake Sale set up out front!

Running Marvel 5K – June 3, 2017



The Running Marvel 5k race was created as a memorial celebration of the life of Don Marvel, and to honor his memory by raising funds in support of cancer research at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center.

Donald E Marvel was a lifelong resident of Talbot County, Borin in Easton in 1942, he graduated from Easton High School in 1960, and was revered as a coach and teacher at this Alma Mater for 32 years. He died of kidney cancer in 2015, leaving behind a wife, Carol, two adult children (Laurie and Chris) and seven grandchildren, all of which are Easton High School graduates.

Don was widely known as a world-class ultra-marathon runner in the 1970’s and 1980’s. He specialized in running 100 mile races and 24 hour races, where he would compete with the best runners in the world. He was also well respeceted in the high school wrestling community for his great coaching ability. Those who knew him never knew a greater competitor.

Don loved to teach, coach, and run, and he is missed by all who were touched by his passion and his life.

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