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Community Activities


Adopt-A- Mile . . . one of the ways the club tries to give a little back to the community.  Dalton and the surrounding areas provide a wonderful place to live, work, and raise a family, and as members of this community, we want to do our part to keep it attractive and a pleasant corner of the world in which to both work and play.  Three or four times a year we put feet to this desire by picking up the trash along Tibbs Road from Walnut Avenue to the bridge over I-75.  All is not work, however, as we meet early to get in a little group run for those interested, and then after the trash pickup, we pile into a local restaurant for breakfast. 

Adopt-a-Mile Volunteers

But wait, there's more . . . the running club actually picks up the tab for breakfast so not only do you get to do a good deed, you also get rewarded for it with more than just a handshake or a good feeling (although you do get both of those).  And believe me, I feel pretty good after an easy early morning run with friends, performing my civic duty, and then getting a full stomach at Cracker Barrel.  There's not much downside to a morning like that, so I hope you will try to join us as your schedule allows.


Place:  Civitan Park on Tibbs Road

Date:   Quarterly

Time:  7:00am  Run

            7:45am  Pickup Trash, then Breakfast

Getting ready for adopt-a-mile
Adopt-a-mile helpers
Adopt-a-Mile CleanUp
Runners' Breakfast

RUN@Work and RUN@School Day


minutes of exercise each day, in accordance with the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, either before work/school, during lunch, or immediately following work/school. RUN@WORK Day also encourages companies to help employees schedule time for physical activity. Incorporating exercise into one’s daily routine can markedly improve one’s overall physical health.

A Nationwide Movement to Inspire             

a Culture of Fitness at Work and Schools.


Company-based wellness programs, human resources departments, running clubs, running events, running shoe stores, teachers, coaches parents, and individuals nationwide are encouraged to plan fun runs and walks around the country with their employers or at local schools. 

The goal of RUN@WORK Day and RUN@School Day is to encourage adults and children to get at least 30-

Youth Athletics

More information is coming about CCRC's involvement in Elementary Track Meets, volunteering at Middle and High School events, and supporting School Running Clubs.


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