Laura Karcher used to go on her downtown runs by herself. And then she discovered the Jack Quinn's Running Club. She made some friends and enjoyed the 5K loop that skirts Monument Creek and ends at Jack Quinn's on S. Tejon.
Surrounded by her family and friends, Karcher celebrated her 200th run with the club on Tuesday.
"I ran here with my daughter for two years," she said. "I just kept it up. I met some nice people and I looked forward to seeing them."
It was a big night for celebrations as another runner completed 100 runs and about 39 earned club shirts for completing 10 runs.
And a group of runners took to the streets to march in the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo parade. Pretty cool.
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