Dec 13 Workout Cancelled

Due to the bitter cold temperatures and uncertain track conditions, we are cancelling today’s workout.  Please check your emails about the status of next week’s workout.

We will be NOT meeting on Dec 27 and Jan 3.  We will be meeting indoors at Babson College beginning Jan 10.  Don’t forget to send your $75 to Sue McNatt.  See the previous post for more information.

Winter Track

We will have up to 3 more workouts outdoors at the Wellesley HS track, weather permitting. Our last possible day will be December 20th and then we will take 2 weeks off – Dec. 27, Jan 3.

Indoor at Babson will commence on January 10th and run for 12 weeks until the end of March. For those of you that have not been there, use your GPS to find the Webster Center at Babson. As you approach you will see a parking lot on the right. We park there, we don’t park in the small lot next to the building as that is left open for staff.

The fee for indoor is $75.00. Please make your checks out to Suburban Striders and mail them to:

Susan McNatt – 1252 Central Ave., Needham, MA 02492

Alternatively, you can bring your check on that 1st Wednesday and give it to Sue. Please pay before or on that day.  Also please confirm that your USATF membership is current!!

Welcome

Happy Running!

Welcome to another season with the Striders. It’s amazing to think we’ve been running, racing, inspiring and supporting each other since 2004. That’s a lot of laps around the track and miles on the roads!

Our club continues to grow and we eagerly welcome new members. Our Wednesday workouts remain our training “mainstay.” We’re always challenged by Coach Kathy, and we all look forward to sharing news about upcoming races, recent accomplishments, and even the latest good book. And we’re out in the community, volunteering and running as teams in the Love Lane “Run for Love,” the Wellesley Turkey Trot 5K, the Cambridge Classic racing series and more.

We’re all grateful for the sense of community running brings. What could be better than doing something we enjoy and forming friendships along the way? We look forward to seeing you at a weekly workout, on training runs, therapy runs and joyful runs. (And bad runs, because even a bad run is better than no run at all).

Cheers,

Stephanie

“The obsession with running is really an obsession with the potential for more and more life.”
— George Sheehan