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Kate has written 6 posts for Red Lizard Running Club

TRL Board Elections – Time to Vote!

Most of you will be getting your Gazette’s in the mail today or tomorrow. In that Gazette there are statements from the candidates who have stepped up to run for President, VP, Secretary and Treasurer. You’ll see that there’s a paper ballot that you’re welcome to send in to our PO BOX, or drop off [...]

The Great Train Chase!

Ordinarily trains are the bane of running events. But for one night a year we actually seek out trains. In the Great Train Chase we run after five different trains (two streetcars, two MAXes, and the Holiday Express steam train) while doing a loop of the waterfront, followed by dinner at the Old Spaghetti Factory. [...]

Lizards Helping Others: Blanchet House of Hospitality

For years volunteering monthly at the Blanchet House of Hospitality has been a cornerstone of Team Red Lizard’s community involvement. On the 3rd Saturday of every month about ten Lizards gather at Blanchet House, located in the Old Town neighborhood of Portland. Blanchet House serves as transitional housing for men interested in moving from living [...]

Bring your kitty sprint to the CATnip 5K

The final race in the 2012 Summer Series is just around the corner. The CATnip 5K is this coming Saturday evening, July 28th. This is a great race, organized in part by Lizards. For both the men and women, spots in the top ten for the summer series overall standings are at stake. The CATnip [...]

Easter Fulton on April 4th

Team Red Lizard celebrates the holidays in very creative running ways: runs to see holiday lights, runs in Halloween costumes and runs in honor Thanksgiving. It only makes sense that Easter would combine Easter egg hunting.. and running. Every year, the Fulton Pub Wednesday group run route has eggs stashed along the route, including the [...]

Forest Park Conservancy work party. Do it.

It’s February in Forest Park. As I run the trails my feet dance over giant puddles, slide sideways and hurdle fallen branches and sticks. I am occasionally forced to a complete stop in an attempt to scout out a navigable path that will not result in a shoe sucked off my foot by the mud.  [...]

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