One of the original members of the Jack Quinn's Running Club, Kerry Page completed her 200th run. She is the third runner to reach that mark.
Page was the club's "original attendance girl" when 74 runners showed up on the first night. The club grew from there. Now, it's common for 1,000 to run each Tuesday.
"I think the magic of Jack Quinn's is that we're not competitive, everybody can do it," she said. "We welcome families, we welcome dogs, just everybody."
Page dressed for the occasion, wearing a tiara, beads and some funky glasses.
"Two hundred runs, man, I'm the princess!"
Some 32 other runners celebrated as well, completing 10 runs to earn their coveted Jack Quinn's Running Club shirts.