Oregon Road Runners Club Board of Directors held the Working Board Meeting on Tuesday, August 4, a monthly meeting to discuss club business. Here are the Meeting Minutes.
The most popular ORRC race, the Turkey Trot at the Zoo is a multi-generational family event. Runners and walkers of all abilities love the 4-mile, untimed outing between the Oregon Zoo and the International Rose Gardens. Participants finish inside the zoo, much to the delight of two-legged and four-legged mammals alike and features three fun kids’ events. Costumes encouraged, as is our post-race pumpkin pie. It’s a baby jogger friendly event. Learn more about the Turkey Trot and how to register.
Oregon Road Runners Club Board of Directors met on Wednesday, July 15 for our monthly Board Meeting. Members are welcome to attend meetings. Dates, times and locations are available on the club events calendar. July Meeting Minutes, which are also available on the Board of Director’s page.
Oregon Road Runners Club Board of Directors Meeting Agenda for Wednesday, July 15. A monthly meeting to discuss club business. Members are welcome to attend, check the Events Calendar for times and locations.
Oregon Road Runners Club Board of Directors held the Working Board Meeting on Tuesday, July 7. Members are welcome to attend, check the Events Calendar for times and locations. July Meeting Minutes, which are also available on the Board of Director’s page.
It was a great morning for the 5K on the 4th. Photos were taken by Janelle Dickerson and are free to download for personal use.
We want to thank all the participants for joining us. A special thanks to the volunteers and our sponsors who made the event possible.
Running and walking in circles doesn’t always mean finishing where you started. This afternoon/evening event features solo and two-person relays as well as a Kids’ Run on a beautiful 400M track overlooking the Willamette Valley and coastal mountains.
Since the event is held on a track, space is limited so make sure to register before it fills up.
Oregon Road Runners Club Working Board Meeting Agenda for Tuesday, July 7. A monthly meeting to discuss club business, develop action items, submitting items for review and voting at the club’s Board of Directors meeting for July.
As a benefit of club membership, club members can participate in the Oregon Road Runners Club 4th of July 5Kfor free ($5 for non-members). Kick off your July 4 with a run and chances to win prizes, as well as pies, ice-cream and popsicles for everyone at the finish.
We want to thank all the runners and walkers for spending a beautiful summer evening with the Oregon Road Runners Club. Photos were taken by Kristen Nelson and are free to download for personal use only.
We extend our appreciation to the city of Oregon City and a special thanks to Clackamas Community College for hosting our event. Finally, we want to thank all of our volunteers who made this race a success.
Oregon Road Runners Club Board of Directors met on Wednesday, June 17 for our monthly Board Meeting. Members are welcome to attend meetings. Dates, times and locations are available on the club events calendar.June Meeting Minutes, which are also available on the Board of Director’s page.
This all-paved course follows a gentle stretch of the Clackamas River featuring pristine views of the river, shading forests, interesting geology and the occasional bald eagle or osprey keeping an eye on things. Most of the point-to-point course is closed to vehicles. For more information or to register, click here.
Oregon Road Runners Club is now on Twitter. Now in addition to Facebook, you can follow us to keep updated with the latest updates for the club. Our Twitter name is @ORRC1978.
A cool cloud covered morning made for perfect running conditions for the race. We want to thank all the runners and walkers for participating in the event. Photos were taken by Janelle Dickerson and are free to download for personal use only.
We extend our appreciation for the cities of Lake Oswego and West Linn for hosting our event. Finally, we want to thank all of our volunteers who made this race a success.
Sunny blue skies and a cool morning greeted the runners for the 40th Annual Hagg Lake Runs. Photos were taken by Stephen Wright and are free to download for personal use only.
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Hagg Lake Runs, Decadent Creations whipped up a big batch of cookies for all the participants. A special thanks to Washington County for use of Henry Hagg Lake for our event and our volunteers from Vernonia High School who made this event possible. We are pleased to give each race participants a special pair of socks commerating the 40th anniversary of the Hagg Lake Runs. We hope you enjoy them at the next ORRC event.
Sunny skies broke for the Vernonia Marathon and Half on Sunday making for a great running and walking experience for everyone. Thank you to all the volunteers who came out to support the event with their time, energy and smiles. There were 600 participants who took part in the race. Timing and results were provided by Eclectic Edge Racing.
A special thanks to the cities of Vernonia and Banks as well the Oregon State Parks for hosting our event.
Oregon Road Runners Club is a volunteer driven organization from the Board of Directors to race day volunteers. Even this headline was posted by a volunteer! Learn more about volunteer opportunities with the club.
The ORRC volunteer Web Transition Team is seeking feedback from all runners and club members. We are trying to identify the top two reasons runners come to our website. A one-question survey will allow you to let your voice be heard on what you value in our club’s website.
In addition, the Keizer Iris Festival Runs is offering ORRC members a 15% discount on the Iris Run 5K or 3K on Saturday, May 16 or their Marathon, Half or 10K on Sunday, May 17. Look for the discount code in the next e-mail newsletter to Oregon Road Runners Club members.
We are excited to continue the ORRC 5K Series of races in 2015! Registration opened January 1 and is limited to 100 participants or until Thursday, April 15, whichever comes first – so don’t delay! This non-competitive series is geared toward new runners or walkers, so there are no end-of-year age group awards. However, that’s not to say that there won’t be prizes and rewards!
Learn about the 5k Series and how to sign up.