Miles Completed Outside of School: After School Meet Ups, Community Events and Races

Once the 100 Mile Club is up and running at a school, it is important to keep students engaged and motivated so that they keep striving to reach their goals. Students will earn the majority of their miles at school but can also earn miles at approved community meet ups , events and local venues.

IMPORTANT: It is ultimately the decision of each school or school coach to honor miles from any outside of school meet-up or event.

Many of our children have never attended a community event or any sort of group walk or run. Community events teach our kids that giving back and gathering to run together is FUN and feels really good. Participants can meet 100 milers from other schools and even see and run with their teachers!! It is a win-win situation.

We are grateful for your commitment to make our kids and communities healthy. Read the sections below and if you have any questions don't hesitate to contact us.

100 MILE CLUB “MEET-UP” CALENDAR POSTING GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURES.

These guidelines are for ongoing meet-up events generally hosted by 100 Mile Club volunteers. Please review all steps and click the link below to get started.

All calendar items are independent local meet-ups hosted by outside volunteers, open to 100 Mile Club participants, families, and individuals.

ALL EVENTS MUST BE OPEN TO ALL 100 MILE CLUB PARTICIPANTS

  • The 100 Mile Club reserves the right to restrict or remove any event or content and shall make the final determination as to whether to restrict or remove any content on this calendar.

HOW TO BECOME A MEET-UP HOST:

  1. If connected to a school, verify outside miles are accepted for 100 Mile Club credit.
  2. Fill out “Request to Host” form (there will be a place to list associated school if applicable). Once completed go to "Request to Host" Button at bottom of page.
  3. Background check (100 Mile Club will send link after receiving your "Request to Host" form). Annual fee of $15.95, host’s responsibility.
  4. Upon verifying completion you will be invited to attend a 15-30 minute online zoom orientation.
  5. You will be sent "Event Submission" link to add your event to our calendar.

POSTING PROCEDURE:

  • Community organization/member fills out this event request form.
  • Event applicant must include a valid name, email address, and phone number
  • Events must be submitted no later than fourteen (14) calendar days of the event date
  • 100 Mile Club reviews requests within seven (7) calendar days of submission.
  • Providing the event request meets all of the appropriate criteria, 100 Mile Club approves the posting.
  • Event applicant is notified via email when the event is posted on the 100 Mile Club Community Calendar.

100 MILE CLUB COMMUNITY CALENDAR POSTING GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURES.

These guidelines are for community organizations/members posting one-time "single" events.

The 100 Mile Club calendar allows community organizations, groups, and members to post events in a common location that can be viewed by the general public to share and promote community events.

ALL EVENTS MUST BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

  • The 100 Mile Club reserves the right to restrict or remove any event or content and shall make the final determination as to whether to restrict or remove any content on this calendar.
  • 100 Mile Club will be allowed a booth at event at no charge, if applicable.

ACCEPTABLE EVENTS:

  • Events open to the public including community local runs or walks and other community activities.

POSTING PROCEDURE:

  • Community organization/member fills out this event request form.
  • Event applicant must include a valid name, email address, and phone number
  • Events must be submitted no later than fourteen (14) calendar days of the event date
  • 100 Mile Club reviews requests within seven (7) calendar days of submission.
  • Providing the event request meets all of the appropriate criteria, 100 Mile Club approves the posting.
  • Event applicant is notified via email when the event is posted on the 100 Mile Club Community Calendar.

Disclaimer: The 100 Mile Club Community Calendar is provided as a community service to 100 Mile Club students and families as well as residents and community organizations. Though the calendar is moderated for posting acceptable events, The 100 Mile Club neither endorses nor verifies the event or information included.