Welcome to Miles In Martinsville
Welcome to Miles in Martinsville, a challenge series created to support outreach programs of the Martinsville-Henry County Family YMCA and Activate MHC. A few of the things supported by the series include the Bike Barn located on the Dick & Willie Passage, the Doctor's Orders and Fitness Crew programs, and financial aid and scholarships for Y membership and child care. Thank you for being a part of an active community and helping us grow and sustain new programs that reach beyond the walls of the Y! The new Challenge Series for 2014 is ready for registrations! A mere $10 will put you in the point system tally and position you to win fabulous prizes! In 2013, Sarah Brinks, winner of the challenge series point system earned $200 in the form of gift certificates.
Challenge Series 2014
Join the 2014 Challenge Series!
The 2014 Challenge Series is ready for your registration! A mere $10 gets you in the point system and makes you eligible for awards. Sign-up and receive your Miles in Martinsville bistro mug and tech socks. You may register at the Y, on-line, or by downloading the form and mailing it back. First, second, and third place winners of the 2013 challenge were Sarah Brinks, Natalie Horne, and Caitlin Lacy. The top prize package valued at over $200 included a $100 gift certificate to The Brick, a running store in Danville, $100 in Miles in Martinsville race entries, and free entry to the 2014 point system.
Next Up, Tuff Strutter
Mark Your Calendar - May 25, 2014!
The final strut at Blue Mountain Festival Grounds will be held on May 25 in conjunction with Rooster Walk Music and Arts festival! Get ready to strut your stuff at the run that has been referred to as "the toughest trail run on the east coast". Register on-line or by downloading the form and mailing it in. Don't miss great music and a true challenge, Tuff Strutter 5K trail run! Last years best time recorded by Sam Lev was 23:30 followed by Josh Setliff with 28:30. This is not your run of the mill 5K.
Ride for Awareness
Join the Henry County Bike Club for the Inaugural Ride for Awareness. The ride will start at 10:30 a.m. at Jack Dalton Park. For more info contact Tommy Smith.
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