Mega thanks to our outstanding volunteers who worked to make the 2022 run successful. We’re one of the largest runs that relies solely on member volunteers. Volunteer Coordinator Pat Toombs commented “I’d say we had about 130 members (working prior to race day). Race day alone might be 75-80.” Many worked more than one job and WFR Committee Chairs diligently brought it all together. Each year we ask everyone to volunteer, and our members came through with flying colors!
The noteworthy contributions from corporate sponsors— dollars, as well as prizes and gift cards–is another testament to our success. The Sponsor Committee, led by Amy Whelan, garnered more funds than ever before. Hat’s off also to the stellar efforts of the Publicity Committee for all they did to promote the run.
Our local community supports us with their volunteer efforts, as well. Vicky Reader reported, “We had a record 65 Muscle in the Morning, comprised of Boy Scout Troop 730 and students from Live Oak, Sobrato, and Oakwood high schools. The group included Key, Interact, and CSF members; AAUW scholarship awardees; Young Women Leaders; and members of a Tech Trek family.”