JSRC Winter Gala Beach Party | Saturday, February 24 | Spring Lake Heights
It's a SHORE thing!
The annual celebration will be held at Doolan's Shore Club in Spring Lake Heights presented by The Jersey Shore Running Club! This year will feature a Beach Party / SHORE thing Theme - as we would all like to think WARM, SUMMER THOUGHTS!
Once again the gala will feature a live band and a a buffet style dinner. The traditional JSRC Cocktail Hour with acoustic music and butler-style hors d'oeuvres starts promptly at 7p.m. in the Atrium, followed by dinner, live music, dancing, a gift auction, a BIG $$50/50 and other FUN surprises!
As always there is a four-hour open bar.
Mark your calendars for February 24, 2018 Doolan's Shore Club, 700 Highway 71, Spring Lake Heights, NJ.
SIGN UP online here. JSRC.org/gala Registration for the JSRC Gala is now open! Club members with active memberships in RunSignup get discounted entry - and if you volunteered for 4 or more club events you’re eligible for an additional discount. Don’t miss it!!
Register by February 7 for discounted prices! LATE registration is February 8 thru February 21.
SORRY, NO NIGHT OF TICKETS/REGISTRATION. NO REFUNDS
Gala questions? Rick Valentine (732) 974-1600 or e-mail: logorick @ gmail.com.
Download paper app here.
New Year's Day only - register for the May 19 Spring into Summer 5K for only $15.
Click here for details www.springintosummer5k.com
Registration is open for a ONE DAY flash sale of $15.00 to celebrate our 15th year!!!
Edward Graff, father of long-time JSRC member Jessie Joseph, passed away on Saturday
Funeral services will be held at 11 am Tuesday at the Fiore Funeral Home, 236 Monmouth Road, Oakhurst, Ocean Township. Burial will follow at Beth Israel Cemetery in Woodbridge. Shiva will be observed from 4-8 pm on Tuesday and Wednesday at the home of Jessie Joseph.
New Years Eve Twilight Fun Run/Walk & Party
SUNDAY | DECEMBER 31 | Manasquan | 4:00 p.m.
Running In The New Year - A JSRC Tradition
JSRC New Year's Eve Annual Twilight Fun Run/Walk & Party will take place Sunday, December 31, 2017 - 4:00 p.m. at Leggett's Sand Bar, Manasquan.
Join us for the 14th Annual JSRC Twilight 2-Mile Fun Run/Walk on the Manasquan Beach Walk and back to Leggett's Sand Bar for the post run/walk celebration. This is a FUNRUN - Runners, walkers and friends are all welcome. JSRC contributes a portion of its race proceeds to Manasquan Recreation and Circle of Friends.
Christmas Eve Morning Run
SUNDAY| DECEMBER 24 | Manasquan Reservoir | 8:00 a.m.
Dave Nase invites everyone to join him Saturday Morning for this traditional Christmas Eve run.
All are welcome to come and celebrate good cheer.
Were you at last years 7th Annual run?
Audrey O'Gorman, mother of John O'Gorman, passed away on Saturday.
Visitation will be Tues Dec 19th 7:00-9:00pm and Wed Dec 20 10:00-11:00am, at Woolley-Boglioli Funeral Home - 10 Morrell Street, Long Branch. A funeral mass will be held Wednesday at 12:00pm at Church of the Precious Blood, Monmouth Beach
Club members and friends at the 2017 Adopt-a-Family Gift Wrapping. Thanks to all who contributed this year - your generosity will ensure that our six families have a special Christmas.
Holiday Greetings to Everyone!
Planning is underway for the 2017 JSRC Adopt A Family event. This year we expanded to support six families this holiday season.
The JSRC will match all contributions up to a total of $800. PLUS - JSRC Member John O'Gorman will match up to $400 donated at the running club meeting on November 28th.
MORE PHOTOS POSTED!
The JSRC Navesink Challenge 5K and 15K - held Sunday, November 26.
Perfect day for the 17th Annual Navesink Challenge
THANK YOU to all of runners and congratulations to all of our winners!!! We hope you had a great race and a fun day!! Thank you to all of our volunteers, all of our sponsors and all of our friends that donated such wonderful raffle prizes. And also many many thanks to Chef Charlie for the great spread at The Elks and Dan Corboy and Carl Gentry for the music at our post race party!!
Our next club meeting will be Tuesday, November 28.
Monthly JSRC Club Meeting
Tuesday, November 28 | 7:15 pm
Bradley Beach Firehouse | 815 Main Street DIRECTIONS
Come to the monthly club meeting!
Chat with club members and hear about past and upcoming races and events.
Race Day registration is still available for the Born to Run in Freehold, on Friday, November 24.
Race starts at 11:00 am, you can register from 9:30, at the Freehold Fire House, 51 W. Main St, Freehold, NJ 07728. Fee $40.00
Many of our nation’s citizens might think of the day after Thanksgiving mainly as Black Friday (the busiest shopping day of the year) but on the morning of the 24th of November they may competing in the 32nd annual Born to Run five-mile race, presented by the Freehold Area Running (FARC), at the Monmouth County seat of Freehold, New Jersey. The race benefits the Open Door Food Pantry of Freehold. The title of this event has a connection to Bruce Springsteen, famous American songwriter, singer and guitarist, who was raised in Freehold and has an album by that name: Born to Run.
The Jersey Shore Running Club is honored to be recognized again as a Special Olympics New Jersey Platinum Partner.
Thank you to Bob Both and the entire Runapalooza race committee for their tireless efforts to support Special Olympics. We look forward to continuing our partnership in 2018.
It happened! Happy 50th Birthday to Dave DeMonico!
It's on, folks - another shave-of-an-awesome-beard fundraiser for Mary's Place by the Sea !!!
Message from JSRC member Dave DeMonico: "I invite you all to help me celebrate my big number birthday and usher in a new age group, by supporting another awesome shave fundraiser/awareness-raiser for the wonderful people and mission of Mary's Place by the Sea !!! In addition to helping me celebrate my birthday by "Freeing the Face at F__ty", help me celebrate having trumpeted now at FOUR HUNDRED running races and events !!!"
This year's Hashathon was GREAT! The Fall 6 mile trail classic (38th annual) was held on Sunday, November 12th. Congratulations to Overall Winners Christian Cleary and Lynn Nelson.
The race was challenging, but nearly everyone finished intact. This is definitely not "golf course" caliber Cross County. The Hashathon course is hilly, rugged, covers plenty of uneven stairs, roots, logs and so much more.
Read all about the 2016 event here: HASHaTHON RECAP