Help Wanted

Greetings, Blog World!

I have written about six posts in my head this past month. Why haven’t you been reading them?

They were good ones too. I set a PR last month! That isn’t even a joke. Here’s the photo proof:

Courtesy Chris Paul.

Look at that blubber fly! Jesus Christ, CW-X. Anyway, that is me running a 22:37, a big PR in that I haven’t run under 24 minutes in a 5k in over two years. I even beat Jim Moran (D-VA)!

But I’m really writing because I need your help. I’m helping out the new and fabulous Team 2 End AIDS marathon training program. We still have slots available for MCM, my favorite marathon, and for Chicago! But I’m here to recruit some site assistants. So if you’re in the DC area and want to pick up an easy part-time running job, read below and let me know! You can email me at lizardruns at gmail.com.

TEAM TO END AIDS (T2) endurance training program is looking for qualified candidates in the Washington Metro Area to serve as T2 Site Assistants for the 2011 training season (May through December). Site Assistants provide the T2 Coach with administrative and organizational assistance for each weekend training session (Saturday or Sunday). This assistance includes, but is not limited to, marking the running course, transporting water, volunteer assignment/management, checking on runners on the course, and reporting to staff. Former participants in the AIDS Marathon Training Program (the former program) are preferred but not required.

Site Assistants are asked to work every other weekend except for longer runs where both site assistants at a site will be needed. Site Assistants should also have a car or access to a car for the weekend training sessions. Pay ranges from $40 for shorter runs up to $75 for longer runs.

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4 responses to this post.

  1. I read them all! Great pic, guess what I’m going to do with it?? 🙂

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  2. Shoot me an email at mom2shoo at gmail.com.

    I may be interested in helping out, depending on the actual location…

    Reply

  3. Congrats on the PR! I don’t like my legs in my race photos either… 🙂

    Hope you find a good person for the job!

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  4. HILARIOUS re: the CW-X legs and the blog posts written in your head. If only there were a way to transfer blog posts written on long runs directly to a computer screen … More importantly than any of that, though, congrats on the PR, and on what sounds like a rewarding new gig!

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