Shoreline’s Million Step Challenge: Week 1 and Special Guest Lamont Thomas

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

We are one week into Shoreline’s month long Million Step Challenge. The community has walked over 2.5 million steps so far and there is stiff competition to see who will be our top stepper. 

New for 2018, we introduced a “Neighborhood Challenge” asking participants to log which Shoreline neighborhood they live in and then seeing which of those neighborhoods can walk the most during the month of May. Check out the current totals and log your steps to make sure your neighborhood wins!

At the end of the Million Step Challenge we will host a Community Potluck and Awards event on Saturday, June 2, 2018, 6:30pm at Paramount School Park. Bring a dish to share; we’ll award prizes to our top steppers and share our successes together.

As a special guest we will be joined by Lamont Thomas, local runner and author of "The Running Miracle" which chronicles his journey overcoming disability from a childhood car accident to becoming the guy we see every day run miles throughout the Richmond Beach Neighborhood. He will be at the event to share his story and inspire us all!

If you haven’t joined the Challenge, you are not too late, just go to the webpage and start logging laps, steps or miles! Those without computer access can log their totals on the paper tracking sheets at Paramount School Park, 15300 8th Ave NE.

Closing Community Potluck and Awards
Special Guest: Lamont Thomas
Saturday, June 2, 2018
6:30pm, Paramount School Park Picnic Shelter

The whole community is invited to a potluck in celebration of Million Step Challenge. Prizes for participants and awards for our winners. Bring a dish to potluck dish to share. Beverages, plates and utensils provided. Special Guest Lamont Thomas will be at the event to share his inspirational story of how we overcame physical disability to being Shoreline’s most well known runner. 


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