VHTRC Summer Party
One of the highlights of the VHTRC social calendar. All VHTRC members, their families, and volunteers are invited for good conversation, bad jokes, and plenty of food and drink.
- Sun Sep 25, 2022
- 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm
- In charge
- Keith Knipling
This is a party for all members of the VHTRC and volunteers at our events and races and recognizes the vital contribution that those volunteers make to the success of the club. The outdoor party is family-friendly and children are enouraged to come.
The party starts at 1 p.m., with an optional morning run beginning at 9 a.m. Many of the guests will come just for the party. The party food and drink is provided by the club, so no need to bring any donations or offerings. Dress is casual — did you expect anything else?
The party is free for volunteers and VHTRC members, but please RSVP so we know how much food and drink to purchase. We look forward to seeing what many of you look like in something other than running shorts and skirts.
There will be a group run starting at 9 a.m. on some nearby trails. The run will be informal, 5–20 miles long, with various options in between. We anticipate running for up to 3 hours, allowing enough time to clean up by 1 p.m. for the party. Check back here for more details closer to Party Weekend!
If you want to see what others have looked like at this event in past years, check out these photos:
Club Event Participant Medical Policy
This is an event with very real risks to your well being. The VHTRC does not provide medical care for runners at this event. Runners are responsible for their own health, safety, and well being at this event. No doctors, nurses, or emergency medical technicians, or anyone with any medical training are available along the course, at any aid station, or at the finish. The club does not supply any medical goods or services, including bandages, splints, antiseptic, or Ibuprofen or any other drugs to maintain the health of runners. Physical, medical, and emergency care is the runners' responsibility. In case of an emergency, we will endeavor to get local emergency personnel to an injured runner as soon as possible. Since most of our events are in remote areas, medical care may be far away in distance or time. Each year, runners finish — or are forced to drop out — with scrapes, deep cuts, hematomas, dislocations, and sprains. Runners have experienced cuts, bruises, bee stings, and asthma attacks. This is an event with very real risks.