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7/23/18 to 7/22/19
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In celebration of a healthy community and the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s walk on the moon (7/20/19), Meet Me at Maynards and the Tucson community will walk 238,000 miles to the moon, between July 23, 2018 and July 22, 2019. That means we need to know every mile you run/walk from Tuesday to Sunday! MMM miles will be automatically counted, according to attendance.
A blast of a blast off!! Blast off Monday, July 23 at MMM. It’s a party…free pizza, prizes! Don’t miss it!
PLEASE TELL US YOU’RE COMING AT MEETMEATMAYNARDS@GMAIL.COM!
Our “Blast Off Walk” will be lead by downtown City Councilman Steve Kozachik, an avid runner and champion for fitness. Steve will lead the walk (about 3 miles) from Maynards at 5:30 on July 23. Let’s all walk with him, wearing our MTTM bracelets, and put in the first miles of our 238,000-mile trek. No worries if you aren’t as fast as Steve. You will have lots of company. !
Registration opens Friday, July 20 at 3:00 pm (MMM website)...NEW DEVELOPMENT, this registration is part of your MMM registration. If you are a member of MMM, you are already registered…you only have to log in your miles. Participants who are not members of MMM, should register for MMM…details to follow.
Get your free official MTTM awareness bracelet at MMM. Measure all your miles regularly…every mile you log in (other than MMM) will be added (real-time) to the total miles on the MMM and Arizona Daily Star websites. The Arizona Daily Star will report total miles regularly, with feature articles about individuals, teams and other MMM and fitness-related topics.
Register as an individual or as a team. Log in all your miles, except for those walked/run at MMM or MMW. Those miles will be tallied as a group and reported weekly.
Earn prizes at mile points on the way to the moon for the most miles walked/run…and for the most effort. That’s right…you don’t have to have the most miles…just the most walks/runs.