WHEN: Monday, August 11, 2014 at 7:00 pm
WHERE: Recess, 118 Bradford Street NW, Gainesville, GA
SPEAKER: Dr. Stuart Sanders
Dr. Sanders opened his private practice of Internal Medicine in 1985 in Demorest, GA. He has a special interest in cardiology, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation and sports medicine and has received additional training in these areas. Dr. Sanders initiated the Habersham Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation programs and community preventative medicine program and continues as director of these programs.
The long-time Piedmont College team physician has experience far beyond that of college and high school athletics, having served as a physician for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in the 1996 Atlanta games as well as the 2010 games in Vancouver. A 2004 member of Olympic Team USA, Dr. Sanders was also on the board with the 1998 and 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Nagano, Japan and Salt Lake City. In 2013 Dr. Sanders was named a physician for U. S. Figure Skating and will serve as Team USA Physician at the Leon Lurje Trophy in Gothenburg, Sweden in January of 2015.
PROGRAM: Dr. Sanders will share experiences he had working in 5 Olympic and 2 Paralympic Games
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Registration is now open for the 2014 USATF Junior Olympics Track and Field season
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The 2014 All Comers Track Series is schedules for Thursday, June 5, 12, 19 and 26, 2014
New location for 2014: Chestatee High School Track, 3005 Sardis Road, Gainesville, GA 30506. Registration: 6:00pm Meet starts: 6:30pm
This event is free to all athletes.
RESULTS FOR THE 2014 SPRING CHICKEN FESTIVAL 5K
Race Date: April 26, 2014
Race Time: 9:00am
2014 SPRING CHICKEN FESTIVAL 5K RESULTS
Thank you Lanier Running Club members, for your very generous donations to our adopted family at Christmas. Sorry that this notice is so late but would like to share some of the highlights of where the donations went,
With over $600.00 in cash and gift cards, plus gifts, we were able to provide each of the 4 kids with almost everything on their lists; spending approximately $100.00 each. We got the 3 year old boy a bike, toys and a couple outfits. each of the 3 girls received an outfit and highlights from their lists. The parents had gift cards for either groceries or more gifts plus money that could be used for car repairs. The church was made aware that they requested car repairs and there is someone at the church that owns a shop that could help.
Attached is a picture of all the wrapped gifts. I hope this family had a wonderful Christmas thanks to our little running club.
Again, thank you for your donations and your participation in blessing others. I hope you all had a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year,