Do these Teens Run Modesto students look excited?
I think they just saw Santa Claus!
Either that or they are trying to scare the Grinch of of town!
ShadowChase Running Club is a non-profit organization that promotes running-and fitness-related activities in the greater Modesto area. ShadowChase has given back to the community with the purchase of four drinking fountains and yearly donations to several middle-and high-school running programs. ShadowChase has founded the Teens Run Modesto program and the Surgical Artistry Modesto Marathon. Year after year we make a difference in Modesto and the surrounding communities through our club activities.
Our members represent a broad range of fitness-related interests and abilities. Some jog an occasional mile, a few are accomplished marathoners. But most of us just like to get outside and run a leisurely pace. We also have a walking group to start with if you are a beginning runner or walker.
We are no longer accepting new races for our timing services as our calendar is full. Although, we do have equipment necessary for hosting events available for rent.
IRenew or join the ShadowChase Running club by registering with active.com. See our membership tab for more information.
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January 24, 2015 - Annual Awards Banquet
To be held at the SOS Club at 819 Sunset Dr., Modesto
5:00 p.m. Cocktails, 6 p.m. Dinner, 7 p.m.
February 28, 2015
6th Annual Wine & Movie Night
Law Office of Gary C. Nelson presents an evening of food, wine, silent auctions, drawings and inspiration at the 6thAnnual Modesto Marathon Movie & Wine Night, a fund-raiser for the Teens Run Modesto program. Tickets are now available at the State Theatre in Modesto. It's going to be another amazing, inspirational evening of film, food and wine, featuring Bob Anderson, who founded Runner's World magazine (at the age of 17!). We will be showing A Long Run, featuring Anderson's pursuit of 50 races in a year, covering 350 miles, averaging a sub-7 minute mile pace … all at the age of 64! Anderson’s amazing life connectsviewers with running icons such as Bill Rodgers, Billy Mills, Dean Karnazes and Paula Radcliff. He will be on hand for a Q&A session following the film. There will be silent auctions and drawings. (To donate, email, firstname.lastname@example.org) Food provided by UNO Chicago Grill, Papa John's Pizza, and Fuzio Universal Bistro, with wine from Barefoot Winery and more. Tickets are $25, $30 at the door, or $10 for under 21. To purchase, click the link. See you there!
Doors at 4:30 p.m. ; Film at 6p.m.
Training Group meets:
7:45a.m. East Laloma Park, 2001 Edgebrook Dr. Meet in the back of the parking lot at the Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints on 731 El Vista Rd. and Edgebrook Dr. across the street from the Fire House.Then walk to the East Laloma Park, 2001 Edgebrook Dr.Parking spaces here are very limited. So, we advise you to park at the church and walk.
More information contact: Mike Mason or
Andrew's Run 2015Andrew's Run 5k age division
Spirit of Giving 2014
Riverbank Cheese & Wine Run 2014
Group Run Opportunities
Modesto Junior College track workout,
Saturday mornings-- 7:45 a.m.. at East Laloma Park, off Edgebrook.
ShadowChase walkers facebook page
ShadowChase Running Club remembering Charlie Johnson!
Remembrances can be made to:
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society , Donor Services, P.O. Box 4072, Pittsfield, MA 01202
Go to the Modesto Bee's Guest Book and leave a message for the family.