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    Cornerstone Prep - Lester Campus

    Yesterday at run club, we were blessed with good weather and were able to take the girls outside. We started club by having them either run bleachers or laps to warm up before we stretched together and went outside to the track. All the girls completed one lap to further our warm up before running relays. We ran two relay races around the 1/3 mile track, one with two legs and the other with four legs. We then cooled down with some stretches and had snack.

    Gave 1.50 hours on 11/29/2018 with University of Memphis, Emerging Leaders Program, Volunteer Odyssey
    Cornerstone Prep - Lester Campus

    Last week at Run Club, it was very chilly but the girls voted to have our club outside. We started by warming up in the gym, doing stretches the girls picked out. We then moved to the track outside where we had all of the girls run or run/walk three laps (equaling one mile) before being able to play on the playground.

    Gave 1.50 hours on 11/15/2018 with University of Memphis, Emerging Leaders Program, Volunteer Odyssey
    Cornerstone Prep - Lester Campus

    This week at Run Club, we took the girls to the Green Line, something they are always very excited about. As always, we started our time by warming up before walking the short walk to the Green Line. The girls pair up with each other and with a coach and run or run/walk down to the designated bridge where we stop.

    Gave 1.50 hours on 11/08/2018 with University of Memphis, Emerging Leaders Program, Volunteer Odyssey
    Cornerstone Prep - Lester Campus

    During this Run Club meeting, we had a very small group of girls. Because of this, we decided to do something a little different. Instead of having a set number of laps or time to run, we played running games the entire time. One girl suggested warming up by running stairs 5 times. Then, we ran a few variations of relay games, played a running version of tic-tac-toe, and set up an obstacle course.

    Gave 1.50 hours on 11/01/2018 with University of Memphis, Emerging Leaders Program, Volunteer Odyssey