Pre-Resolution Party 5k

Start of Pre-Res 2On a frosty morning at the end of 2012, 120 determined souls toed the starting line of the Pre-Resolution Party 5k. Runners and walkers cheered each other on as the race started, and New Year’s Eve hats and sparkly shorts made the participants stand out in the green park. One runner even managed to keep up a brisk pace in a cow costume.

resolution writingAfterwards, while brainstorming with mimosas, participants came up with some fantastic resolutions. Award-winning resolutions included “Keep kicking breast cancer’s butt! And do the Tough Mudder,” and “Learn to fly a helicopter.”

We have lots of photos, thanks to Ted Hoffman of Peruse and download our favorites here, or browse all 1600 of them here. For results, click on the following links for the Overall list or Age Group categories.

With your help, our total contribution to Project Open Hand will pay for over 500 meals for our neighbors in need. Project Open Hand provides groceries and “meals with love” to seniors and those living with serious illnesses in San Francisco and Alameda counties. Find out more about this amazing, local organization here.

Good or bad, we want to know about your race experience. Take this quick survey to let us know how we’re doing.

Special thanks to our volunteers, who registered, guided, and photographed everyone all morning. Thank you Picnic Dash board members for sweating through the pre-, mid-, and post-race details. Project Open Hand, thank you for sharing your great volunteers with us! Lowell BuildOn, thank you for your expert decorating and cupcake-delivering skills.
Happy running, and cheers to the New Year!
Geraldine, mimosa server!

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