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March 15, 2015

Preliminary results are up from Saturday's Pi Day River Rotation. Thank you to everyone who ran, volunteered, and came out to cheer and make this a wonderful event!


March 12, 2015

Packet Pickup for this Saturday's Pi Day River Rotation will be Friday, March 13th at Gary Gribbles in Downtown Lawrence from noon to 5pm.

Online registration has closed but you may still sign up in person at Packet Pickup or Saturday morning before the race begins. Get there early!


Jan. 23, 2015

Hawks! Time to take care of biz. Saturday, 6-9 pm, Lawrence Community Building. Annual All-Hands Meeting and Pot Luck Extravaganza. A chance to pitch your insane ideas to the club while swilling beer! Gary's World-Famous All-Star Lands End Potato Chili will be served! So shall it be done! Imperious Rex!

Check out our Facebook Event for more details.


Dec. 30, 2014

The Lawrence Trail Hawks Annual All-Hands meeting has been scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015, 6-9 pm at the Lawrence Community Building, 115 W. 11th St., between Vermont and Mass., in Community Room 1. Pot Luck, full kitchen facilities, and we have a special permit for booze. If you have agenda items you'd like brought before the board, e-mail the club secretary (yours truly) at storyhawk100@gmail.com.

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Next Run

Wednesday Nighter

When:
Wednesday at 6:30 PM
Where:
Clinton Lake: North Shore Trail
What:
We will run about 4.5 to 12 miles on technical trail. Don't forget to bring water. When the days get shorter, in Fall and Winter, we'll need to bring lights, too. Run times and locations sometimes change on short notice. Check our group page on facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/91186762641/ for the latest info, or e-mail storyhawk100@gmail.com.
Contact:
Gary "Story Hawk" Henry

Upcoming Event

Shoreline Shuffle - 5k

When:
May 2, 2015 at 8 a.m.
Where:
Clinton Lake: Campground 1

Course:

Tough enough for veterans, short enough for beginners, the Shoreline Shuffle 5K Trail Run is a rugged romp through the woodlands of Clinton Lake State Park. The heart of the run is a 1.1-mile section of toothy trail known as "The Jaws of Clintie," along the shores of Clinton Lake. Clintie, as you may, know is the legendary sea-creature that haunts the lake's depths. Some say Clintie is half catfish, half alligator, grown to the size of a Buick! You may catch a glimpse of Clintie if you're foolish enough to look up from the technical trail while running. You will definitely see plenty of other like-minded people out for a fantastic spring race. Snacks at the finish, awards for first three male and female finishers, and a cool Shoreline Shuffle coffee mug for all entrants. Hope to see you there!

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