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Dusty Bottoms Taking it by Storm
By Efren Martinez

I’ve always been a lone wolf in my training but I can’t help wanting to shadow The Dusty Bottoms Trail Runners. This fitness group is all about running and celebrating with each other at the end of each run, generally with the beer of your choice. I don’t drink beer and quite frankly I just like to train solo when I’m focused on fitness, but that’s just me. Here’s the skinny, if you’re looking to join a running group or club in 2019 I recommend The Dusty Bottoms. If you like positive fellowship, running and not looking to break the piggy bank this is a great group to join. I’m not alone in this recommendation, so many of my running friends have joined this awesome group. They seem to have put together a great combination. Below is more information on The Dusty Bottoms Running Club and one of their fun runs scheduled for February. They meet regularly at Fuzio in 10th St Plaza on Thursday evenings for fun training runs and fellowship. 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Turner’s Tuff 10
Join in a fun run in a beautiful location! A lollipop course which will take you through an aid station twice before finishing the 11.25-mile course! Yes, we know we said “10”, but hey, who doesn’t like bonus miles! This course is rocky with a lot of technical terrains. Plan for water crossings and possibly a bit of mud. Welcome to all runners of all abilities who want to have a nice time and a change of scenery. There won’t be a clock so you will be expected to time yourself. At the end will be custom finish prizes for top 3 overall male and female finishers. They will have food afterwards, so plan to hang out for the after party! **The Dusty Bottoms are asking for toiletry donations which will go to the Center for Human Services and/or a monetary donation of $10.
Saturday, February 9, 2019, at 9 am – 12 pm

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