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On Sunday, December 24, at noon, Safety And Health Foundation directs Mary Joy One-Mile Run & Walk.
The race starts and finishes at Lalibela Ethiopian Restaurant, 1621 South Walter Reed Drive, and features traditional Ethiopian coffee ("buna") before the race and Ethiopian lunch with enjera and toppings post-race.
For more information, please contact James Scarborough at 703-536-7764 or e-mail to jbs1958@Arlington Sun Gazette staff writer Jay Jacob Wind published his first novel on December 9, a techno-thriller entitled "The Man Who Stole The Sun," available now on Amazon Kindle.
Written in style of the TV show "24" and set entirely in Arlington, the suspenceful story revolves around three Arlington runners planning to run Marine Corps Marathon the next day.
Entry fees are for members, for non-members before December 22; for members, for non-members after December 22.
For awards, please bring a gift to share (no used socks allowed).
One dollar of every sale goes to Old Dominion Eye Foundation.
Morkama ran the first mile with Jeffrey Stein, 31, of Washington, D.
C., who inadvertantly ran off the course at Lee Highway and continued onto Key Bridge in the absence of a lead vehicle.
It was the first Wednesday after the first Sunday in November. We went down to his car and drove two miles west on Route 50, turned left at Irving Street, right on 2nd Street South, and right into a parking lot. Not just a 200-meter indoor track, but in the middle of track, volleyball and basketball, and on the outside of the track, a weightlifting area and a separate fully-equipped gymnastics area, complete with a trampoline.
Back then, Marine Corps Marathon was the first Sunday in November, and I had just finished my first marathon there. We braved the rain, entered thru the main doors, and walked into ... We ran together for eight miles -- 64 laps -- then David left.
I stood at the window next to my co-worker and fellow runner David Nelson, and I said, "I guess we don't get to run tonight." David replied, "No, let's go to TJ." "TJ? So I jumped on the trampoline, hoisted myself up the climbing rope, and pumped about 1,000 pounds of iron.