JOIN US FOR "LIVE UP IN 2015" DAY ON JANUARY 11
WE'RE OPEN DEC. 25! JOIN US FOR A PANCAKE BREAKFAST TO START YOUR DAY!
NEW SESSIONS OF GROUP SWIM LESSONS BEGIN THE WEEK OFJANUARY 5view more information
Sam Lapidus Montclair Run
38th Annual Sam Lapidus Montclair Run
DO good, FEEL good, then EAT good!
People from all over Birmingham and the surrounding area start Thanksgiving Day by getting exercise and helping to raise funds and awareness for a great cause! Are you in? Please join us for the 38th annual Sam Lapidus Montclair Run on Thursday, November 27. Registration is open now! This meaningful community event celebrates the life of Sam Lapidus – his love of fitness and the LJCC; his love of family and friends; and his love of life which he lived to the fullest. Proceeds benefit the Alabama Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s of Alabama and the LJCC Fitness Program.
All donations made to the Alabama Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders stay local and help children in Alabama by enhancing services, building new programs, and recruiting new physicians and researchers. The Center is much more than a place, it is an extraordinary partnership of local, national and international centers of excellence that provides care or treatment for 90% of the pediatric hematology-oncology patients in the state. Every gift stays local and has a direct impact on our patients and families. Your support will help us find better treatments for children with cancer and blood disorders.
|Thursday, November 27, 2014|
|8:30 AM (10k)|
|10:00 AM (1 Mile Fun Run)|
|10k Paper Registration||$36|
|Late Registration (after 11/21/14)||$36|
|1 Mile Fun Run (per person)||$18|
If you are unable to participate in the race but would like to make a donation to the Alabama Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children's of Alabama, click here.
Click here to see a map of the run route.
QUESTIONS: Contact Dan Tourtellotte at 879-0411 ext. 237 or email@example.com.
A big thanks to our wonderful sponsors including Levy's, Sterne Agee, Coca-Cola, Powerade, Alscan, Total Skin & Beauty Dermatology Center, The Trak Shak, Trinity Medical Center, Walgreens, Fagan Sports Medicine, Pediatric ENT Associates, Alabama Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorder, Children's Hospital, WELD, The Caring Foundation of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama, Judith and Harold Abroms, Charles Foshee, Dr. Raymond Tobias and Dr. Dave Landy of Birmingham Gastroenterology Associates, Teklinks, Brenda and Fred Friedman, and Michelle and Michael Rosemore. This event would not be possible without their generous support.
Schedule of Events
Wednesday, November 26 9 am - 5 pm - race packet pick up and registration at the Levite Jewish Community Center
Thursday, November 27 (Race Day) 7am - 8:30 am - race day registration 10k and 1 mile Fun Run and race packet pickup in the LJCC gymnasium
8:30 am - 10k start
8:30 am - 9:45 am - Fun Run registration
10 am - Fun Run start
10:30 am (approximately) - Awards Ceremony in LJCC gymnasium
How to Register:
1) register online
2) in person at the LJCC
3) by mail - P.O. Box 131394 35213 with registration form
4) Race Day prior to the start of the event
- USATF Certified Course
- Super Awards - Trophies, T-shirts, Sport Watches
- Long sleeve T-shirt to all 10K entrants
- Short sleeve T-shirt to all Fun Run entrants
- RFID chip timing
- Mile markers - Time splits
- Traffic control by police
- Water station at mid-point and finish
- Lockers - Showers - Restrooms
- Awards to overall and top 3 male and female in each age group winners
- Proceeds benefit activities of the LJCC (a United Way Agency) & Childhood Cancer Research Fund at Children's of Alabama
- Drawing for free LJCC membership
- Medical aid station at finish
- Refreshments: water, Coke, Powerade
Out and Back With Rolling Hills
Start at LJCC 3960 Montclair Road head west on Montclair Road to Memory Lane; turn around head east on Montclair Road to Putnam School; Turn Around head west on Montclair Road and finish at LJCC.
The J is a place where people of all faiths and communities come together for wellness of mind, body and soul.