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January 23, 2009

2009 Open Letter from Bob Brainerd

Filed under: Photos — Tags: — David Colby Young @ 5:21 pm

Maine Track Club Members

I hope you all are staying fit and well during the off season. You continue to set goals, train, and stay injury free. We just had the annual MTC dinner celebrating its 30th anniversary. After awards were given for most improved runners, first time marathoners, and other accomplishments. Out of the 70-80 individuals we have had participate in our Auburn Track workouts, only about 6 of us were present. I also know that many of you accomplished some great things this year. This made me think of you all and to send you a reminder to keep working this off -season. Please request a flier of our on site services if any of you would like help in setting new goals,taking care of acute or old injuries, a conditioning, training, and or nutritional program . For those of you who also train with heart rate monitors this would be a great to have your lactate levels done and validate your heart rate training levels.
Continue to be well, eat healthy, and stay moving. See you all soon.

Call at 783-0018
30 Belgrade Ave., Auburn

Flexible hours, some evening appts.available.

January 20, 2009

Profiles of Maine Track Club Members

Filed under: Profiles — Tags: , , , — David Colby Young @ 3:20 pm

Over the past 30 years the Maine Track Club has published profiles on members. We have printed his profiles in our newsletter called “The News*Run”.  Below is the start of an index to the profiles of members.

You might call it a “Who’s Who of Maine Running” Well at least one for the past 30 years.  The files are in PDF.

aiken, joseph

aderman, dan

allen, tom

allen-tom

alpen, j

atchison, tom

aube, bob

ayers, bob

babb, jim

barker, larry

barnard, david

bastow, peter

beach, bonnie

beck, susannah

benoit, joan

berlin, danne

berry ambrose & wyman sandy

berry, lester s

bilodeau, janice

binnette-haney-wanda-0708-1990

boyne, john-0708-2006

boyne, philip-0708-2006

boyne, sarah-0708-2006

bradley, russ

brandes, hans

brooks, mike

bryant, vicki

buckley, pat

burnie, chuck

butler, al & tammy

canarie, dave-04-1984-nr

carlson, robin

carroll, james

chamberlain, shirley

champeon, maryann

chase, ron

clark, terry-0708-1992

clements, tom-0708-1990

coffin, andrew-01-1997

coffin, todd

conly, george-04-1989

connolly, karen-0506-2006

coolidge, clyde-11-1991

cotton, ken-06-2000

connors, russ-05-1993

coughlin, barbara-11-1989

coughlin, bob-1990

crawforddavid-03-1987

croteau, joe-04-1984-nr

cunningham, ted

cushmanbrenda-03-1984-news

damboisepaul-03-1992

dannalex-meinkingricky-parkerjesica-02-1993

danntom-02-1993

daveeanne

davenny-bill-susan-0708-1989

deckerbyrne-05-2000

deloguorlando-07-1986

dengerbrian-0102-2006

deprezmartha-06-1996

deprez

deprezronald-11-1999

desjardinsgayle-0708-2002

detroychristine-randdavid-esteyrobin-05-1990

devoe-aletha-0708-1990

dexter, willaim

dohertyfrank-grassijudy-jaworskijoe-greenbob-01-1993

dohertyrick-schultz-utterstromsandy-hefflefingerruth

dolleyjane-05-1987

dolleyjane-10-1984-nr

dolleyken-05-1989

donovancolleen-0506-2006

dossmaryann-mcgarvybonnie-goodrum-05-1992

doughtyed-lost-brother-11-2001

drinanjanice-0708-2002

dubepeter-07-1986

dyer-ryan-0304-2005

eckrothgary-0506-2006

election-2002-officers-12-2001

ellis-nancy-11-1991

ellisbruce-1011-1986

esteyrobin-05-1990

ferlandfrancisa-1011-1986

fifieldbarry-05-1989

fifieldbarry-08-2001

finebergmel-moultondonnaeverett-muscamike

flickgary-08-1986

fluetsteve-08-1994

footer, barbara

fournierdiane-04-1992

foxsteve-07-1998

foyewarren-02-1986

foyewarren-lathroploren-stromherb

frechettearnold

frost-mike-1011-1986

fyalkajohn-0102-1991

gagniermelissa-0102-2005

gallantjackie-0708-1989

garciarick

gardinerkathy-02-1990

geeterry-howardtom-adermandan-ringolameck-hannigansue-sitae280a6

goodrum-05-1992

goodwindave

grandonicomark-0304-2004

grantmike-12-2000

grassijudy-jaworskijoe-greenbob-01-1993

hall-ruth-peter-merrill-12-1988

hallpeter

hamaluk-barbara-11-1992

hammompaul-05-1989

hamptonantia-0506-2006

haney-marje-02-1994

haney-wanda-05-1989

hanleybethany-0708-2002

hannigansue-sitarzpam-jenkinskathy

hardyaustin-webmaster-07-1996

heffernanscott-0506-2004

hefflefinger-ruth-0203-1989

hehereliotcjr-10-1989

hepnerkathy-0304-2005

hertzeric

hewsondeb-03-1987

hoagbonnie-0304-2005

hoganstuart-wins-mid-winetr-10-miler-02-1988

hornedavid

hubertdonna-05-1988

hydesteven-0712-1982

iselbornabby-0506-2006

jacksonhoward-09-1984

jenningslynn-03-1998

jenningslynn-02-1993

joannides-dino-0102-2006

johnsonbrooks-04-1987

johnstonron-04-1990

jolicoeurrobert-12-1984

kahn-bob-0708-1989

karucandace-06-1990

kazillionis, john-02-1992

keeley-john-0708-2005

keating, tom

keller-kerrie-lynn-05-1989

kein, chris

kelleyjohnny-04-1990

kentdon-12-1992

kimballmike

kiprotichabraham-0102-2006

kirtlandjulia-09-2000

kischalison-11-12-2005

koenig-allyson-0304-2005

koniecznykim-stackpolewill-dolleyken-0708-1989

krahncarolyn-04-1986

lanebetsey-06-1998

lanematt-09-1998

larochellewayne-0106-1982-news

laskey-diana-11-1993

laskey-rob-0708-1991

lathroploren-stromherb

penta, don

scribner, charlie

serratella, charlie 85

(More to be added)

January 15, 2009

2009 Mid Winter Classic 10 Miler

Filed under: Photos — Tags: — David Colby Young @ 6:09 pm


Online Videos by Veoh.com

Mid Winter Photo Collections 1986 to 2008 (not complete)

Race Web site

January 13, 2009

Jo Dill is the new Maine Senior Games Coordinator

Filed under: Photos — David Colby Young @ 6:31 am

The Healthy Aging Program is very pleased to announce that, effective today, the new Maine Senior Games Coordinator is Jo Dill. Jo is a retired Health and Physical Education teacher in the Kennebunk area school district. She is currently the Executive Director of the Maine Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance – a position she has held for 12 years and will continue to hold while she works 20 hours per week for the MSG.  Some of you know Jo from the MSG Women’s Basketball tournament, where she plays on the Maine Pioneers 60+ team. She also coordinates the Corner Cupboard Non-Food Pantry in Sanford, and serves on the board of various organizations including Unlimited Vision Montessori School, and the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness, Sports, Health and Wellness.

Jo lives in Lyman, ME. Her office telephone: 207-396-6519. Her email: jdill@smaaa.org.

I am sure all of you wish Anita Chandler the best of times in her retirement and I am sure all of you will enjoy working with Jo. We will soon have Jo’s office  telephone linked to her cell phone  and I March she will have the capability to send and receive email messages from a portable device.

Also new this year will be the registration for the MSG and the reporting of results. The National Senior Games has a web based registration 207system which is now ready for the rest of us to use. Jo and other staff will learn how to use it later this month and then make it available to everyone.

Edward S. Trainer, Dr.P.H.

Director of Healthy Aging

Southern Maine Agency on Aging

136 US Route One

Scarborough ME 04074

(o) 207-396-6577

(c) 207-468-4535

(f) 207-883-8249

etrainer@smaaa.org

www.smaaa.org

January 12, 2009

Flattop 5K on 28 March 2009

Filed under: Photos — David Colby Young @ 8:24 am

the_flattop_5k_2009

January 11, 2009

The Old AOL Maine Running Photos Journal

Filed under: Photos — David Colby Young @ 8:09 am

Dear Friends & Fellow Runners!

We have moved over 75,000 photos from the old AOL Maine Running Photos before the doors closed on 31 Dec 2008. Now not all the photos I take are running related but a great number are. We continued to move photos 7 days after the closing date but now the doors are completely closed. We will check the block transfer to “Photo Works” incomplete as it is, still it way contain some of the photo collections we either missed or did not have time to transfer.


Below are the collections we are making public and will try to make more public as we have time.



January 10, 2009

Dartmouth Relays 2009

Filed under: Photos — David Colby Young @ 12:52 pm

Results of masters 2009 Dartmouth Relays

No photos for Friday posted

Sorry NO photos for Friday night

Maine Youth Open Sub-master to Master Athletes Indoor Meet

Filed under: 2006,Photos — David Colby Young @ 9:51 am

Youth Open Sub-master to Master Athletes

2009_meusatf_indoor_championship Registration Form

Once again MEUSATF sill be hosting the 2009 Indoor Championship Meet at the University of Maine – Orono Campus @ Memorial Gymnasium on Sunday Feb. 22, 2009.

I’ve attached the Indoor Meet Entry form that has all the information that you may need for your reference: meet registration start time etc.

Please pass this information onto your fellow friends – athletes both young and mature. This information will also be posted on the www.meusatf.org website.

Hope to see you at the meet.

Val Foss
2009_meusatf_indoor_championship Registration Form

January 8, 2009

MECTA Holds Indoor Track Meet at USM

Filed under: Photos — Tags: , — David Colby Young @ 3:12 pm
Photo Courtesy of Kim Williams

Photo Courtesy of Kim Williams

Photo courtesy of Kim Williams
Photo courtesy of Kim Williams

Results of the 2009 Jan 3 MECTA Indoor Track Meet

  • male Results mecta_2009
  • female Results mecta_2009
  • relays Results mecta_2009
  • TEAM SCORES

    Unum 522
    A-B.E.S.T. Window 242
    MaineHealth 178
    TD Banknorth 138
    Mid Coast Hospital 112
    Bath Iron Works 96
    Pierce Atwood 54
    Anthem 44
    IDEXX Laboratories 32
    Port Resources 30
    Ameriprise Financial 21

    January 7, 2009

    David Colby Young Wins Auburn, Maine Ward 4 Council Seat

    Filed under: election — Tags: , , , — David Colby Young @ 12:08 pm
    courtesy of the Twin City Times

    courtesy of the Twin City Times

    Auburn Ward 4 City Councilor

    The issues of the Day
    Auburn Schools
    #1  David Young does not favor a  major renovation to the ELHS without state participation. It is not fair to place the total tax burden on Auburn taxpayers especially when cities like Falmouth and Gorham get help. These towns with high incomes remain high on the State of Maine’s list to get money for their local school projects.
    Auburn annexing other towns and/or cities
    #2  David Young does not favor a rush to consolidate with Lewiston or any other town. Rushing to do this for the sake of immediate cost savings will erode our control and it will not save any money. Savings can be found both in house and with some cooperation with Lewiston and/or other Androscoggin or even Cumberland County towns. Why take the risk of a marriage?  We need to look at the total picture. A marriage or civil union means we will pool our resources & debts with another city or town. Lewiston has more debt and different priorities. As we tell our children not to rush into marriage without looking first, this should be no different. This is an unpopular arguement as the vocal supporters are only looking at the good points.  They say “We know the other city has debt but after the merger this will change.”  Warning! in a 60% Lewiston to 40% Auburn power split,  just whose taxes will be paying for whose priorities? As with the teenage son or daughter the more objections you point out the more they dismiss the negatives.  Please look at the facts without emotion. In the end it will be the role of the State House & Senate to approve a merger, of course some people mistrust them.  This is not to say that the City of Lewiston is bad, only that they have significant financial problems.   Auburn should  look closely before they become cosigners for Lewiston’s loans. We should  build on our similarities and enhance our relationship. If Auburn & Lewiston were the same size with the same interests there would be fewer problems with a merger.
    Public Transportation
    #3  David Young favors prioritizing transportation by exploring more efficient alternatives such as railroads  and bus lines.
    Public Service
    #4  David Young has experience with the Auburn Schools both as a three term Auburn School Committee member and as the parent of two children who attended Auburn schools. I value education and will seek to collaborate with the school department to ensure that art, music, and theater don’t get left behind in these difficult budget times. I have also have experience on other boards & committees (i.e. Maine Track Club, Maine Genealogical Society, Maine State Grange, Life Underwriters to name a few)
    Taxes & Services
    #5  I believe that property taxes should be held at a reasonable level while demanding the most efficient delivery of the important services that the City provides. In the end we will have a stronger leaner government.
    LA Arts & the Great Falls Performing Arts Center
    #6
    The CLT, the Share Center and the other renters at Great Falls school should be offered long term leases (five years). I  can support the plan #3.  More information about plan #3 on request.
    Summary
    Even if you plan to vote for one of the two others, I value you opinion on the above issues.  It helps to see important issues from different perspectives.
    2009 01 05 the three of us running for Ward 4 Auburn City Council given one minute to say a few words.
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