East Nasty...

There are a lot of new East Nasties, and we have a lot more going on than we used to...  So  I thought that I would give a quick run down of East Nasty late summer/fall plans just to let everybody know what's going on.

Wednesday Night Runs: These runs go on year round, rain, shine, heat, or cold.  If you are new, don't be shy!  There are many different paces represented, from 6 minutes per mile, to 12 minutes per mile.  But before you come (and this goes for your seasoned East Nasties as well!) please familiarize yourself with the course by clicking on the appropriate run.  (August 18th is run #7)

Questions?  email Mark @ millema6@hotmail.com

Sunday Morning Trail Runs: We only have two more runs in our Summer Sunday Trail running series.  This Sunday at Percy Warner and next Sunday at Long Hunter State Park (I think...more details next week)  We start at 8 o'clock.

Questions? email Jenny @ jenny.magill@gmail.com

Women's Half Marathon Team: We have a group of East Nasty ladies training for the women's half on September 25, but you don't have to be running the half marathon to train with us.

Questions? email Heidi @ hphuerta@gmail.com

Potato to Tomato: East Nasty had about 45 folks train for their first 5k this summer, and they have decided to continue meeting on Monday nights. (Of course, they will also join us on Wednesday nights.)   So if you are a novice runner looking for a good Monday night run, these are the people you need to meet!  They will be running between 35 and 45 minutes at a casual pace.

Questions? email Esther @ esther.smith@stthomas.org

December Marathon Group:  Lots of people from Nashville run an early December marathon (Huntsville or Memphis specifically).  East Nasty does not do any official training, but there is a large contingent of East Nasties training for these events.  They will be training, traveling and celebrating together!  Let Christy know if you want to join them.

Questions? email Christy Brown @ christy.brown@daveramsey.com

How can you get involved??

Mark Scrivner tells me that people stop reading blogs after about 2 sentences...so I am going to save this stuff for next week because community involvement is near and dear to my heart!  :)

See you tomorrow for Run #7!