Fun night at Jack Quinn's! Big congratulations to Suzy Browne and Amy McLaggan who ran for the 100th time and earned their 'Century Club' shirts!
Since the club's first run nearly six years ago, 130 runners have completed 100 runs or more, while seven have done at least 200.
The Incline Friends, a nonprofit organization that raises funds and organizes volunteer efforts for the legalization of the Manitou Incline, dropped by to sell tickets to the documentary "Bicycle Dreams," which will show at 7 p.m., March 28 at Stargazers Theatre. Click here to purchase tickets online: http://www.imathlete.com/events/bicycledreams. Visit the Incline Friends website here: http://inclinefriends.ning.com/.
Lynette Newton from Rachel's Ribbons of Hope was there to promote the annual Running For Rachel 5K, one of the best community/fund raiser 5K races in the Pikes Peak Region. Click here to read more: http://www.rachaelsribbonsofhope.org/events.
And Jay Alter from North Face - a Jack Quinn's supporter and sponsor of the annual Hellacious Trail Challenge, was there to flash the company's new shoes and running gear.