Brunch approximately 10 – 11:30 am (DRC opens at noon)
Shakeout run, jog, or walk, TBD beforehand.
Post on our Facebook page the time you plan to start your run so others can get in touch to join you (8am, 830, 9am).
Sunday Afternoon Group Run + Social at Liquid Alchemy Beverages [long time club sponsors Jeff & Terri]
LAB is a Mead and Cider brewery and also offer local beers.
2pm: Meet at LAB for group run to Banning Park and back.
3-5pm: Social at LAB: They offered a 15% discount on the entire tab.
Koi on the Go food truck will offer Asian fusion style food (cash only).
Hope to see everyone there!
See LAB website for location. It is near Route 4, Canby Park and Banning Park.
Saturday Group Run at Carousel Park (Limestone Rd)
Please join us for a no drop 3-4 mile trail run at Carousel Park. Our own Dwight Swaney will be leading the group.
Following, we will be headed to Chuck Lagers for a beverage and bite to eat.
Park at Chuck Lager off Limestone Rd at 4500 New Linden Hill Rd,
Wilmington, DE 19808
— just a short walk/jog to the park.
Please RSVP at Facebook Event if you are likely to attend.
Summer Social at Bellevue State Park where we have a pavilion. See map below.
FREE to Club Members and their household. Club will provide main food & drink.
Live concert follows, starting at 630pm
The Launch Band – (Tribute to Boston, Styx & Queen)
Our annual PCVRC Holiday party is scheduled for Wednesday, December 14th 6-9pm at Klondike Kates on Main Street, Newark. We are hoping you will join us for some merriment and cheer to celebrate a great year of running, races and fun.
Please RSVP so we know you are coming!! Either at:
Holiday Party Facebook Event or
Email with name and number in party.
Also a good time to renew membership!!!
2023 Discount Delaware Parks Passes will be distributed for the first 50 ordered.
Join the PCVRC team in this fun event to support Cupid’s Charity, a great cause to find a cure for neurofibromatosis Type 1 (NF1), a genetic disorder of the peripheral nervous system that causes tumors to grow on the nerves anywhere in the body at any time.
CUPID’S UNDIE RUN IS COMMITTED TO FINDING A CURE FOR NF!
Where: DECO on Market Street in Wilmington
When: Saturday, February 25th
Every February, thousands of undie runners in cities all across the U.S. come together, whether it be in-person or virtually, to support those affected by NF, a genetic disorder that causes tumors to grow on nerves throughout the body and affects 1 in every 3,000 births. Cupid’s Undie Run kicks off with drinking and dancing, then we jog it out with a mile(ish) run and end it all with an epic dance party!
Info about the charity: https://cupids.org/cupids-undie-run/
Team registration page: https://my.cupids.org/team/474471
Food will be provided by PCVRC and there will be a Cash Bar. Members are free, guests are welcome for $10. For those who have not renewed, we can plan to process membership dues at the meeting or in advance via the PCVRC website.
We hope to see all of our members and sponsors there!
One of the exciting parts of the annual board meeting is the yearly awards that are given based on nominations. Awards are below. If you would like to nominate someone for one of the awards below, please send the name of the person you are nominating and a brief write up (see requirements and optional details under each award) by Feb 15.
Runner of the Year (male and/or female). These are people we admire for their outstanding running and athletic abilities.
- Required: Outstanding athlete (running first but not necessarily just running), prolific competitor
- Optional: Running for PCVRC in USATF, encouraging of or example for others, “body of work” – years racing
Member of the Year. These are people we admire for their contributions to PCVRC and the running community.
- Required: Contributions to PCVRC, especially from a leadership or volunteer perspective
- Optional: Contributions to running in Delaware, the person who did the most to raise the visibility of PCVRC this year
Rookie of the Year. This is the new person on the running scene.
- Required: New to PCVRC (may be new runner overall but not necessarily, especially if they are a re-start). Rapid improvement in abilities, distance or challenges
Volunteer of the Year. This is the person who we can count on to “be there.”
- Required: Active participant, not necessarily running. The “thankless” worker, and perhaps not always appreciated.
Outstanding Achievement Award (multiple)
- These can be anything – “spirit”, “comeback”, prolific runner, most improved, incredible feat
Hall of Fame, In Memorian, Special Achievement
- As needed and appropriate
Mid-Atlantic USATF Grand Prix Club Challenge Series (road).
Contact our Team Coordinator for details including carpool plans.