Down The Line - The Stumblers - You Got To Move
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January-June Gary Ditsch finishing his miles as a Stumbler. John is with Delta Gas in Winchester and we expect to see him back as a regular. Jerry McDonald, also of Winchester, made a cameo appearance. Jerry became a member of the Club in and has continued to run, but his schedule doesn't bring him out to run with the Stumblers very often. We were glad to have him out and hope he can rearrange his running schedule to come back out a little more often.
Barry and Judy Collins have their daughter, Beth, son-in-law Chris Hickey and their two daughters, Amanda and Julia, visiting with them and the whole family came out to the clubhouse. Granddaughter Amanda even ran her first Stumbler mile, thus continuing a family tradition. Way to go Amanda!
We hope to see them again soon. Jim Gallagher got both his daughters out to run with him, Colleen and Kathleen are both quite good runners and may have humbled their old Rahsia Hati - Datuk Sharifah Aini* - Biduanita Negara - 2. Clark County Attorney Gardner Wagers wrote a personal letter of thanks to the Stumblers and he and Victim's Advocate Julie Briscoe wrote a letter to the editor that was published in the Winchester Sun.
Click here to read the letter and here to read the letter to the editor. We enjoy running the rural roads of Clark County and the litter pickup is one of the things we do each year to say Thank You to Clark County.
Here's the requisite reminder Sorry, II. - George Perle - Dorian Wind Quintet* - Complete Wind Quintets we missed one in our group photo. Rhonda lives and works in Winchester.
Rhonda cross trains with aerobics, weight lifting, and hiking. Rhonda should serve as an able guide as she has done the Grand Canyon hike a couple of times before. Stumblers came together on this beautiful Spring morning to share breakfast eats, running stories and just plain ol' fun.
It was good to see Vernon Childers and Larry Brown in attendance after an extended absence. Thanks to everyone who brought food to share or helped in some other way. All finished with very respectable times. Congratulations to them all! Shannon plans to run the Louisville mini and we think she's ready! In addition to improving her running fitness level, Shannon is getting in shape for backpacking a mile section of the Appalachian Trail.
This is an event for all Stumblers, past and present, old and new. Steve Olson will be making pancakes and there will be lots of other yummy things to eat. Consider this reloading after the Boston marathon, or loading for the Louisville mini.
Burial will be in Atlanta later this week. He was an excellent runner and earned his membership in the Mile Club on August 28, Please remember his family in your Down The Line - The Stumblers - You Got To Move. This was a community service project to show the Clark County community Down The Line - The Stumblers - You Got To Move appreciation for running through their beautiful countryside.
Clark County pays a bounty for each bag of litter that was collected; the Stumblers donated this money back to the Clark County Domestic Violence unit. For photos of the litter cleanup effort click here.
Thanks to Judy Collins for baking the wonderful coffee cake. Judy2 provided this in-depth report of the work. They pulled Eric Clapton - Unplugged from the walls and vacuumed behind and under.
We took pictures down and rearranged. Ed Dove and Chuck cleaned out the refrigerator and scrubbed the shelves. Marty and Tom McCullough cleaned out the kitchen closet. John Benson cleaned out the front closet.
Jim Kurz cleaned the side room, Paula cleaned all the inside windows and John Gostomski cleaned all the outside windows. Barry and I cleaned out all the paper stuff from the drawers and cabinets. I brought home all the pictures and important historical papers to put into a scrapbook. Lynn Phillips, Judy Collins, and Phil cleaned upstairs.
Jon Walker and Tom McC cleaned out the trophy case and dusted the trophies and pictures in the case. You know they were tired and there legs were probably jelly!
But they pitched right in! And Barry Collins reported "Most runners stayed after running and helped do a much needed cleanup and renovation of the clubhouse. It looks much better! A special thanks to Tom Mc, for using his truck to take away a load of garbage after cleaning and for donating some plastic containers to put the paper supplies in. If you helped and we missed your name we apologize.
Al Gromer Khan & Kai Taschner - Black Marble & Sweet Fire you weren't able to help last Saturday, you can make up for it this Saturday by helping with our annual roadside cleanup.
See you there! Thanks to the continuing generosity of the "Original, Old Stumbler", Alex Campbell, the clubhouse has a nice new wall mounted heater. The heater was much appreciated on this brisk 24 deg. Although many of today's Stumblers haven't met Alex, they have been the recipient of his generosity time and time again. It is through him that the clubhouse, the t-shirts, the coffee and donuts, and practically everything about the Stumblers is made possible.
Jim Gallagher and daughter Colleen, enjoying the warmth of the new heater. Scott hails from Louisville but attended UK and is now an architect working in Lexington. Make sure to say hello to them the next time you see them. Kevin is a familiar face to many Stumblers, having visited at the clubhouse with his dad, Wes, many times over the years.
However, until now Kevin has never run with the Stumblers and finally agreed to do so after his dad cajoled him into it by saying he didn't think he could run six miles. He ran seven miles and finished ahead of his father.
Pashia was brought out by relatively new Stumbler Jenny Green and easily ran 13 miles her first time out. We hope to see Pashia and Kevin back soon and often.
From time to time we will publish a Heavy Lifting - Various - Voyeurhythm EP 1 (File) on a Stumbler, both old and new. Scroll down to Items of Interest below and click on Get to Know. Adam was brought out by John Unger. Adam receiving his TRS t-shirt.
Richard and Tom, that's who. The clubhouse was cold and two technically minded Stumblers decided to see what they could see. Alas, they weren't able to fix the furnace but we hope to have it fixed by this Saturday. Chuck ran 10 Zurück Aus Dem Reimland - DJ Sket* - Tape 2 on this Down The Line - The Stumblers - You Got To Move morning to hit an even The requisite celebration was held.
Seems like Chuck was on target to hit this milestone one rainy morning several weekends ago and was halfway to the clubhouse with Ed Dove when Ed suggested they turn around and go back home, lest they catch a cold running in the rain. Ed, there's a Down The Line - The Stumblers - You Got To Move for guys like you It Down The Line - The Stumblers - You Got To Move Welcome back Kev!
Kevin endured a constant barrage of insults from Don Nicholson on his first Stumbler run in a while, but managed a few zingers of his own. Those running with Jim Thornton thought they heard a dog whining, but no, it was just Jim complaining about his aches and pains.
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Click here for photos. Jenny came out and ran the 6 mile loop She must have had a good time, her previous furthest distance run had been 7 miles. Rhonda and Jenny after their run Feb. This past Saturday the hardy runners that ventured forth enjoyed a beautiful winter morning, with a new fallen snow making the scenery even more spectacular. Clark County road crews had plowed the roads of most of the snow, leaving the roads only wet. Several Stumblers got into the spirit of playing in the snow and made a "Snow Stumbler".
Click here for photos of the fun morning. Tom is back in town and we'll be seeing more of him from now on. Dan came out with Jim Kurz and braved a steady winter rain to run with us. Dan plans to retire from his position with the Social Security Administration in the next few months and plans to move back to Lexington. We look forward to seeing Dan more regularly in the near future. Dan Quand Un Soldat - Yves Montand - The Best Of Montand Barry Collins.
Dan Wells after his cold, wet run. Dan talking with Martin Ginocchio. They have been getting lots of help with names from Stumblers, we're partial to Rudolf Poulan.
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