All dressed up and nowhere to run :) One last picture of the running team...., until the next time! And yes, we wear the medals everywhere we go.
October 22, 2014
A & O team members Mary Raynes, Lisa Tucker, Kim Deweese & Tia Craig all participated this past weekend in the Buffalo, WV 1st Annual Fall Fun Run/Walk. Mary Raynes worked tirelessly as the event director to put it all together. Way to go, ladies!
October 20, 2014
Two weeks to go! The team shirts are in. The toughest training runs are behind us. We are in what's called "The Taper" portion of our training and anxious for the big day. Keep following our progress and remember that we'd love to see you as we finish the event. We end by entering the stadium, being tossed a football, and running the length of the field into the end zone at Marshall University. More to come!
October 8, 2014
Team Atkins & Ogle just reached the pinnacle of their training by completing an ELEVEN MILE run! Just 3 week to go until they take on the "event" that is the Marshall University Half Marathon. We'll keep reminding you as the day approaches...., we'd love to see you there.
October 3, 2014
All right followers of Team Atkins & Ogle, the team achieved their greatest milestone thus far in their half marathon training today, and we're throwing you a softball of a clue. Guesses?
September 26, 2014
Small Problem...., we forgot to keep track of how far we ran today in preparation for our half marathon. I'm SURE it was a new milestone for Team Atkins & Ogle! Can anyone help?
September 12, 2014
A new milestone achieved today for the Atkins & Ogle Law Offices running crew while training for November's Half Marathon. Not only did they conquer their longest run so far, they did so at their fastest pace ever! Any guesses on how many miles?
September 5, 2014
Jamie Atkins & Bree Ogle of Atkins & Ogle Law Offices, LC are flashing their “four” sign indicating completion of a four mile run! Jamie, Bree and Dean are training to take on and conquer the Marshall University Half Marathon on 2 November 2014. Follow them as their training progresses. (And offering a few “way to go” or “you’re my hero” comments wouldn’t hurt either).