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RunningWithRoss-550X400Dr. Ross Newman is a longtime runner and coach and he wants to share the trail with you and your kids! Join him weekly, starting Saturday, Sept. 29, along with others from Eugene Pediatric Associates. Our goal is to have fun and stay active.

Complete a punch card with ten runs and you will earn rewards, so plan to join us every week!

Runs with Ross

WHEN: Saturday mornings, 10-11:30 a.m.

WHERE: All events will take place at Alton Baker Park, at the start of Pre's Trail. Park on the east side of Day Island Rd. and look for our group at the start of the bark path, near the waterway.

WHO: All are welcome. Show up ready to run. We will divide up into groups based on age and ability. Families are encouraged to run together, but parents or legal guardians can wait at the drop site if they don't wish to run.*

WHAT: We will run for about an hour and then eat a healthy snack while reviewing health tips for good running and nutrition.

"I'm excited to create this opportunity for kids and families to get together with us, get active and have fun," says Dr. Ross. "When kids get regular, physical activity, it builds the foundation for them to live a healthier life."

*All participants must complete a registration form and waiver before running. Please arrive a few minutes early to complete them on the day of your or your child's first run. Legal guardians must sign for children under 18 years of age.

 

 

Passionate, caring and personal, Dr. Pilar Bradshaw believes in family and each parent's ability to embrace the joys and challenges of raising children. She treats every child the way she would want her own son or daughter treated. And she tells every mother and father what she would want to hear as a parent. Sensitive and straightforward, Pilar puts children and their parents at ease.