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RUNNING FOR CELEBRATING 23 YEARS OF GIVING BACK Lace up those shoes and get ready to run, walk or strut in the 23rd annual Hinsdale Rotary Run Charity Classic on Sunday, Oct. 15, beginning at The Community House of Hinsdale, 415 W. Eight St., Hinsdale. The 23nd annual Hinsdale Rotary Run Charity Classic is proud to partner with Amita Health Adventist Medical Center, Hinsdale with the Rooney 5k Run, making it a true community event that benefits some of the most well-known charities in the suburban area, including The Community House, Hinsdale Hospital Foundation, District 181 Foundation, Hinsdale Rotary Foundation and the Ray Graham Association. This CARA certified event will bring thousands of participants who will step out for children and families, which include the Rooney 5K run, the 3K run, Molex 5K Walk, the Birches 5K Walk & roll, Mutt Strut and the Morgan Stanley 10K run through the historic streets of Hinsdale and beautiful surrounding neighborhoods before returning

to The Community House. A wide variety of family activities will be featured on the grounds, including an awards ceremony, fun activities, vendor/sponsor booths and refreshments, pumpkin painting, music, and more. Interested runners or walkers are encouraged to register online now at www. rotaryruncharityclassic.org; (walk-ins are also welcome on race day). More than 1,000 participants, 2,000 spectators and hundreds of volunteers are expected to turn out to the race, which supports local non-profits. Schools compete to see who will win the Mr. K and Mrs. B trophies

(See stories). The trophies are given to the middle school and grade school that has the highest percentage of participants. The Hinsdale Rotary is a member of Rotary International, which is a worldwide organization that has 1.2 million members in 32,000 clubs and 200 countries with a focus on international service, vocational service, club service and community service. As part of Rotary International, Hinsdale Rotary raises funds that support the elimination of polio, build sun ovens in South America, install clean water systems in Haiti, eye clinics in India, reconstruction and recovery efforts after Hurricane Katrina, and construction of a Native American school in Montana.

There are 50 members representing all types of businesses in the Hinsdale Rotary that meet at noon on Friday at The Community House. Come visit the Rotary and be a guest at one of the weekly meetings. Decide for yourself if joining Hinsdale Rotary is right for you. “As the 2017 Hinsdale Rotary race chairman, I’m excited to be part of this annual community race event especially as it celebrates its 23rd anniversary this year of fun and success! This annual Hinsdale Rotary Run Charity Classic offers events for the entire family. Please support this charitable event by registering online to run, walk or easily make a monetary donation at www.rotaryruncharityclassic. org” said Keith Larson.


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Preparing for the Charity Run BELOW IS A LIST OF PHILOSOPHIES, IDEAS AND HINTS TO HELP YOU HAVE A GREAT DAY AT THE RACE Congratulations on making the commitment to the Rotary Run Charity Classic! Now it’s time to get ready for this event. Below is a list of philosophies, ideas and hints to help you have a great day at the race. There are MANY training guides available online to help to get started or to help you improve your race time. Here is a link to legendary marathoner and trainer, Hal Higdon’s site with training plans for many race distances. His training guides are considered to be realistic and extremely effective by experts in the field. Register now and start training!

FREQUENCY OVER DURATION - Rather

than trying to run “long”, run “often”. Running four times a week for 20 minutes is far better for your preparation than running only once a week for an hour and a half. Keep the body active and make this training a habit.

WALK OR JOG - It’s not necessary for running

to be painful. Consider running in comfort

for just a minute or a few minutes and then walking for a minute to bring your heart rate down. You can easily link this together for 20, 30, 40 minutes or more and make a great workout from a walk/jog approach.

GOOD FORM - It’s better to run with good

form for a short period of time and then walk for a minute to refresh - than to have that form deteriorate and run poorly. Good running promotes more good running, and the ability to run well, faster and longer. Poor running risks injury and should be avoided. Break up your runs with short bits of walking to recover and refresh so you can run well again.

curls (with a bar, dumbbells or resistance cord).

ADDED LEG STRENGTH - these will assist you on the run and in lots of places along the way. Perform squats, not too deep and body weight is plenty) and lunges (keep the knees at 90 degrees). MAINTENANCE - With this new activity you would do well to add in a few things that will help heal you quickly after every workout so you’ll be ready for another soon after. STRETCH - do this after each workout and be sure to get the calves, quads and hamstrings.

Remember running isn’t just about running, you also need whole body strength. Incorporate these exercises into your training (at the gym or at home).

HYDRATE - drink a bit more water than

CORE - think of your core as the entire mid section of your body; not just your abs but also the lower back and the sides of your mid section. Perform crunches for the front, crunches while twisting for the side and to help the lower back, lie flat on your stomach and raise your torso off the ground.

FOOD AS FUEL- protein to repair muscles,

CHEST AND ARMS- classic combination

movements will be a huge help on race day. Perform pushups (from toes or knees) pull ups (full body or assisted), chest presses and biceps

normal to help offset the fluid lost during exercise. An electrolyte drink can help too but mind those calories.

low glycemic carbohydrates for longer lasting energy and good fat (nuts, nut butters, avocado, etc) all serve a purpose for you, the athlete.

MASSAGE - after a solid workout a

professional massage is great but even a firm “self massage” can help ease muscle discomfort and have you ready for the next day.


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Run, Walk, or Mutt Strut through the historic streets of Hinsdale and beautiful surrounding neighborhoods. Your registration fee includes: moisture wicking technical t-shirt, chip timing (if registered before Sunday, October 15th), entertainment, kids’ activities, complimentary food and drinks, awards ceremony, and more. The Rotary Run Charity Classic will be held rain or shine. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14 7:30AM - 2:00PM: Packet and T-Shirt Pick-up at The Community House, 415 West 8th Street, Hinsdale, IL 60521 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15 EVENT SCHEDULE 6:30 AM Registration. There will be no chip timing for SUNDAY REGISTRANTS AND REGISTRATION FEES ARE HIGHER ON SUNDAY. 8:30 AM Morgan Stanley 10K Run$55 8:45 AM Rooney 5K Run - $45 8:50 AM Hinsdale Bank & Trust 3K Run - $45 8:55 AM Molex 5K Walk - $45 9:00 AM Mutt Strut - $45 9:30 AM The Birches 100 Meter Walk 'n Roll Slow Dash -$20 T-SHIRT, BIB + CHIP PICK UP All advanced registrants are guaranteed a race technical t-shirt.

Register online by Thursday, September 21st, 2017 and receive a personalized bib with your number and name. After Thursday, September 21st, all registered runners will get a regular race bib. SCHOOL RECOGNITION The grade school and middle school that has the highest percentage of participants will receive a trophy and their school picture in race thank you and sent to The Hinsdalean and The Doings.

EVENT LOCATION The race starts and ends at The Community House. The Community House 415 West 8th Street Hinsdale, Illinois

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FUNDRAISING

Competing for YOUR School The Rotary Club of Hinsdale continues to be a strong partner to area schools. In fact, the District 181 Foundation is one of the organizations that is a beneficiary of the Rotary Run Charity Classic. Please click here to learn more about the D181 Foundation.

Also, we will continue the longstanding tradition of awarding the “Mrs. B trophy” to the D181 elementary school with the highest student and staff participation (by percentage of student population) and the “Mr. K trophy” to the middle school with the highest participation percentage (See stories on these two trophies). The announcement of the winners will be made at the conclusion of the race.


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CHARITABLE BENEFICIARIES THE COMMUNITY HOUSE

Based in Hinsdale and serving the surrounding suburbs, The Community House is a nonprofit organization that offers both community recreation and quality social services to people of all ages and walks of life. Our services include mental health counseling, the Charlie’s Gift Autism Center and the Willowbrook Corner Learning Program. We make a difference in the lives of thousands of families and individuals by providing local opportunities for athletics, arts and culture, counseling, education services, volunteer opportunities, and community connections.

DISTRICT 181 FOUNDATION

The District 181 Foundation was formally established in 1997 and incorporated in 1999 as an independent 501(c)(3) organization for the purpose of supporting initiatives that benefit students across District 181 which are not or cannot be funded by tax revenues. Since its inception the District 181 Foundation has invested nearly $1,000,000 in District 181 schools.

HINSDALE HOSPITAL FOUNDATION

The Foundation is your partner in supporting AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center Hinsdale and AMITA Health Adventist St. Thomas Hospice. We dedicate our efforts to promoting community awareness and maximizing philanthropy to help the Hospital care for our friends, family and neighbors - as it has for over 100 years. Your generous gifts made through Hinsdale Hospital Foundation sustain the many programs, new technologies, and enhanced services that bring comfort and healing to our communities. Your generosity heals.

HINSDALE HUMANE SOCIETY

The Hinsdale Humane Society, located in the western suburbs of Chicago, is dedicated to the care and adoption of unwanted and abandoned animals. Since our founding in 1953, our mission has broadened to offer programs and services that celebrate pets and the people who love them, such as our humane education efforts and pet therapy outreach. We are a non-profit organization and accomplish all our goals through donations and support from our generous community.

ROTARY CLUB OF HINSDALE FOUNDATION

The Rotary Foundation, is an endowment fund that awards graduate, undergraduate, teacher and journalist scholarships for travel and study abroad. Special grants support major immunization campaigns, health care, nutritional and humanity projects on four continents. Through Rotary’s PolioPlus program nearly two billion children throughout the world have been immunized. Hinsdale Rotary has provided financial and leadership assistance for five sun ovens in three underdeveloped countries and a water supply system in Mexico. We have also provided assistance for disaster relief, medical care and other international humanitarian projects.

RAY GRAHAM ASSOCIATION

To each of the nearly 2,000 children and adults with primarily intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families that we serve throughout DuPage County and the surrounding area, the Ray Graham Association means something different. To some we represent independence and support. To others we mean safety and comfort. To some Ray Graham Association is family. To others we offer a better life and hope for the future. To others we stand for employment and training. And to some we mean access to resources, community, recreation, health, wellness and more.

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The Story of the “Mrs. B Trophy” Back in 1999, during the fifth running of the Hinsdale Rotary Run Charity Classic, Marianne Biedrzycki thought it would be a great idea to get all the kids in her Monroe School physical education classes to sign up for the annual Hinsdale Rotary Run Charity Classic. Her goal for her students? Living healthy. Giving back to your community. Touching the lives of others. That’s what the Rotary Run Charity Classic means to “Mrs. B.” -- as her students call her. Back during that early participation in the Charity Classic, she succeeded in convincing dozens of Monroe kids to run. Over the next two years, Marianne went on to get more and more kids from the Monroe School into the race. Then she moved over to the Oak School in Hinsdale and there she also began convincing the kids in her PE classes to run in the Annual Hinsdale Rotary Run Charity Classic. During that year that Biedrzycki switched from teaching at Monroe to Oak, she recalls that the two schools were neck and neck at the finish line. But in the end, Oak school won. “They were so close, like one or two kids. A recount was called for and Oak

(L to R) Oak School Principal Dr. Martha Henrikson, Oak School Mascot, “Hootie”, and Marianne Biedrzycki (“Mrs. B”) with the “Mrs. B” Trophy awarded to Oak School following the 2016 running of the Hinsdale Rotary Run Charity Classic.

won. I said, “Can’t you just give it to both?” she recalls asking. By 2002, a strong, village-wide participation competition had developed between all the grade schools in the Hinsdale. That year, in recognition of her dedicated participation in the Hinsdale Rotary Run Charity Classic, and for inspiring so many grade schoolers to run in race, a new trophy was presented to the Hinsdale grade school with the highest level of participation called the Marianne Biedrzycki Trophy, or the “Mrs. B Trophy”. “I was so shocked when they named the trophy after me,” Biedrzycki said.

Frequently Asked Questions... WHEN IS THE RACE? Sunday, October 15, 2017 WHERE DOES THE RACE START? The Community House, 415 West 8th Street • Hinsdale, Illinois 60521 HOW CAN I REGISTER? For best pricing & convenience, REGISTER ONLINE. www.rotaryruncharityclassic.org You can also register in person at The Community House Saturday October 14 from 9:00am - 2:00pm and Sunday October 15 before the race events begin, starting at 6:30am. Please note: October 14th and 15th registrations will not be chip timed! WHY SHOULD I RUN THE ROTARY RUN CHARITY CLASSIC? This event supports the Hinsdale Rotary Club in its international and local charity efforts, including these local non-profit organizations: The Community House, D181 Foundation, Hinsdale Hospital Foundation, Ray Graham, and Hinsdale Rotary Club Foundation.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO RUN THE RACE? • Morgan Stanley 10K Pricing: Now thru September 15: $40, September 16-October 14: $45, October 14 and 15 (race weekend): $55 • Rooney 5K Run, Hinsdale Bank & Trust 3K, Molex 5K Walk and Mutt Strut Pricing: Now thru September 15: $30, September 16-October 14: $35, October 14 and 15 (race weekend): $45 • The Birches Walk and Roll Pricing: $20.00 (now through October 16) HOW DO I GET MY RESULTS? If you are chip timed, there are two ways to find your results. 1) Check the Board at the conclusion of the race 2) Check the website for official results. Results are typically available about six hours after the event. WHERE DOES ALL THE MONEY GO? All monies cover event expenses and proceeds support the Hinsdale Rotary Club Foundation and the listed charitable beneficiaries.

FOR MORE FAQ’S, GO TO: ROTARYRUNCHARITYCLASSIC.ORG

“Initially I just felt the race was a great way to culminate my school fitness unit and to have the kids participate in a community event.” “But the race got bigger and bigger and the kids liked the competition so much,” she added. “To this day, every fall we’re building teams and touching lives and trying to win that “Mrs. B” trophy.” When asked if she has special memories from the years of participating in the race she says there are many stories… “One year, one of my kids couldn’t do the run but did the 10-step walk with her grandpa. She still went to the race and was cheering on her teammates and

friends.” “We also had a student who was a survivor of cancer and did the walk. That was so meaningful,” she concluded. Although “Mrs. B” is not able to be an active participant in 2017 race, she will still be supporting the Hinsdale Rotary Run Charity Classic for the 18th time. Representatives from District 181 anticipate that once again hundreds of grade schoolers from Oak School, and all the other grade schools in Hinsdale will participate and in this event. And as always, the District will be challenging all Hinsdale grade schools to turn out the greatest numbers for the race – to win the “Mrs. B” Trophy. Hinsdale Rotarian Greg Donnelly pointed out that over the years Marianne Biedrzycki has been able to motivate hundreds, probably thousands of Hinsdale kids…and not a few adults, as well…to participate in the Charity Classic. Donnelly concluded, “Marianne gets it and understands exactly what is going on. All those kids are learning to get fit — and to give back to their community.” Which is exactly what the Hinsdale Rotary Run Charity Classic is all about. Sign up today at www. rotaryruncharityclassic.org and see you on October 15th!


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Rotary International is the oldest and largest service club in the world. Rotary International was established in Chicago in 1905. The mission of Rotary International is to provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional and community leaders. For years, Rotary’s commitment to “Service Above Self” has been channeled through the Avenues of Service, which form the foundation of club activity. Club Service focuses on strengthening fellowship and ensuring the effective functioning of the club.

Vocational Service encourages Rotarians to serve others through their vocations and to practice high ethical standards. Community Service covers the projects and activities the club undertakes to improve life in its community International Service encompasses actions taken to expand Rotary’s humanitarian reach around the globe and to promote world understanding and peace. Youth Service recognizes the positive change implemented by youth and young adults through leadership development programs.

OFFICERS + DIRECTORS

OFFICERS PRESIDENT: DON BRUMMET PRESIDENT-ELECT: JAMES CURTO VICE PRESIDENT/ PROGRAM CHAIR: CHUCK SNYDER SECRETARY: KAREN KEEFE TREASURER: CHERI VANA SERGEANT-AT-ARMS: TOM BALEY SOCIAL CHAIR: CAROLYN SNYDER NEWSLETTER EDITOR: GREG SIEDLECKI IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT: ROBERT PARSONS

DIRECTORS CARYL ANDERSEN DICK GOERS JANET KLOTZ CAROLYN SNYDER GREG DONNELLY JANET MARINIS TOM NORTON

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INTERNATIONAL SERVICE

ABOUT OUR ORGANIZATION The Rotary Club of Hinsdale has a long history of involvement with local projects, children and youth needs, and the programs of Rotary International. We actively support

local educational systems, award graduating high school seniors scholarships to college, and support organizations that address fundamental human needs

We actively support the Rotary Foundation, an endowment fund that awards undergraduate, graduate, teacher and journalist scholarships for travel and study abroad. Special grants support major immunization campaigns, health care, nutritional and humanity projects on four continents. Through Rotary’s PolioPlus program nearly two billion children throughout the world have been immunized. Since 1995 the Rotary Run Charity Classic has provided more than $1.5 million dollars to help fight polio and support local non-profit organizations in our community. Hinsdale Rotary has provided financial and leadership assistance for five sun-ovens in three underdeveloped countries and a water supply system in Mexico. We

have also provided assistance for disaster relief, medical care and other international humanitarian projects.

COMMUNITY SERVICE Locally, the Rotary Foundation provides scholarships to high school students. The club supports a wide range of community programs and organizations, including The Community House, District 181 Foundation, Hinsdale Community Service, Hinsdale Hospital Foundation, Hinsdale Food Pantry and the Ray Graham Association. The Hinsdale Rotary Club also serves as July 4th parade marshal and other members volunteer their services on the banks of Salt Creek with our Adopt-A-Stream project. The Rotary Club of Hinsdale meets every Friday at 12:15pm at The Community House, located at 415 West Eighth Street Hinsdale. For more information about The Rotary Club of Hinsdale or becoming a member, email Roger Herring, Rlh5107@gmail.com

HONORING ‘MR. K’

The “Mr. K” Trophy, hoisted above last year’s winning team

In the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, Walter (Wally) Kistenfeger was a beloved educational figure in the Hinsdale area. Serving initially as the principal at the Hinsdale Middle School, he later moved on to be the first principal of the newly opened Clarendon Hills Middle School. Teachers there at CHMS still describe him as a “principal’s principal” who always had the interest of his students and his teachers upper most in his mind.

that result still stands as the third highest number of touchdowns ever thrown by a Wesleyan QB.

Principal Kistenfeger was also a fairly accomplished athlete. During his college years at Illinois Wesleyan, (1970 to 1973) Kistenfeger was the starting quarter back for the football squad, throwing for 59 touchdowns during his collegiate career. Today,

Tragically, Mr. Kistenfeger passed away in January of 2003. His passing came as a huge blow to the entire CHMS community. As a tribute to “Mr. K”, as he was called, The Rotary Club of Hinsdale in 2004 created a special award called the “Mr. K”

During his years as the principal at Clarendon Hills Middle School, he continued to be a great sports advocate. He personally was a dedicated runner, and also was said to be a “huge advocate” for his CHMS students to sign up and participate in the annual Hinsdale Rotary Run Charity Classic.

Trophy. This award was presented to either the Hinsdale Middle School or Clarendon Hills School for producing the highest number of finishing participants in the Hinsdale Rotary Run Charity Classic. Over the years, the competition for this trophy has been intense with

the award traveling back and forth between the schools. 2017 promises to be no different. May the best participating middle school, Hinsdale or Clarendon Hills, win the honor of receiving the 2017 RRCC “Mr. K” Trophy!


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