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Angela Beck discovers her dream job

Angela Beck

I enjoy meeting people that love their job which translates into a stress free environment.

Angela Beck is just such a person who works as an intern with the USGS Avian Disease Project in Volcanoes’ National Park.

“My job is to assist with mist-netting to catch forest birds, banding them, and collecting data about their health as part of an island-wide survey for avian diseases,” Beck said.

A result of working in the field requires Beck to spend a lot of time in remote locations, camping out in rough terrain or poor weather conditions.

“I love working all day in the forest, so generally I don’t consider my job stressful, but I do work long hours, and there is a high risk of injury when working in the field,” Beck said.

The stress that Beck encounters involves making sure the birds stay healthy while in their possession when the weather is bad or capture rates are high.

To perform the duties of her job Beck needs to be in top physically condition and she comes into her task with a good base.

During her high school days Beck was a varsity cross country and track runner who also played soccer at Waiakea.

She not only lettered in all three sports but she excelled becoming the girls Big Island Interscholastic Federation champion in cross country and the 800 and 1600 meter champion in track during her sophomore year.

For both her outstanding record in academics and athletics Waiakea selected her ‘Student Athlete of the Year’ in her senior year 2004.

And if this isn’t impressive enough, Beck went onto Whitman College where she participated in intramural flag football in her freshman and sophomore years and intramural soccer in her freshman year.

“I was very active in College and was a member of the Taekwon-do Club for all four years, earning the rank of first degree black belt by the time I graduated, and instructed other students,” Beck said.

In college Beck majored in Biology and qualified for her job because of her degree.

“My past experiences handling animals from years working at a veterinary hospital during summers in high school and college and my experience from previous ecology and conservation-oriented internships has made me qualified for my current position,” she said.

The 26 year old Beck attributes much of her fitness today to her job.

“I’m on my feet most of the day every day, hiking through the forest,” she said.

In her off time you can find her doing a highly aerobic form of swing dancing.

“Hiking every day for work, swing dancing whenever possible on week nights or on the weekend and sometimes more hiking on the weekends, and this is just for fun!” Beck said.

As for diet Beck was raised to eat healthy.

“I’ve never felt like I adhere to a diet because of the way I was raised eating lots of fruits and vegetables with every meal,” she said.  “Whole grain, multi-grain, sprouted grains whenever possible, brown rice instead of white rice.”

Beck contributes to her healthy diet by saying she eats lean meat occasionally, milk or water instead of soda.

“How much I eat changes with my activity level too, if I haven’t been getting as much exercise, I eat less,” Beck said. 

Beck admits to having a junk food weakness and will occasionally have a soda, but believes in moderation.

“My motto is everything in moderation, including moderation,” she said.  “It’s worked for me thus far.”

This young woman finds that exercise and diet is an important component in living a healthy lifestyle and practices what she preaches.

“It is important to me to lead a healthy, active life style,” she said.  “Sports, dance, and hiking are fun.  They’re a way to make friends and socialize, they relieve stress and they make me feel good about myself.”

Once her schedule settles down and becomes more predictable Beck hopes to take on more fitness related activities.

“I would like to maybe get involved in some kind of organized sport or martial art,” she said, “Once free time becomes more abundant.”

Beck does find challenges in getting up, out and moving.

“The hard part about working out for me is it’s often hard for me to get motivated to do it by myself,” Beck said.  “I do best when I have a team or group of friends to work out, play, or dance with.”

But like most exercise advocates, Beck sees the overall benefits of doing those workouts.

“I love that endorphin rush,” she said.  “There is always a sense of accomplishment, both because of the things I’ve achieved and the satisfaction of doing something good for myself, feeling fit and healthy.”

For Angela Beck exercise is a necessity for her vigorous job.

“Being in good physical condition doesn’t just help me with me job; it is absolutely vital,” she said.  “I need to be able to move quickly over all sorts of terrain, often while lifting and carrying heavy objects.”

Beck has found the ideal job for her lifestyle which is paying enormous dividends in her ability to perform at the ideal level required.

August 21, 2012 Posted by | Profiles | , , , , | 1 Comment

Volcano Rainforest half marathon top 55 results-Barnett Wins

Billy Barnett

The 2012 Volcano Art Center Rain Forest Runs
August 18, 2012 – Volcano, Hawaii

Overall Results – Half Marathon

 

 Plc Name                      Division     Residence            Time   

   1 Billy Barnett #3          20 – 29      Pahoa, HI           1:19:21 

   2 Steve Manning #113        50 – 59      Kailua, HI          1:24:22 

   3 Jason Braswell #1         30 – 39      Kailua-Kona, HI     1:26:02 

   4 Michael Daly #53          30 – 39      Hilo, HI            1:29:32 

   5 Joshua Willing #192       30 – 39      Pahoa, HI           1:33:34 

   6 Kameron Oleary #138       1 – 19       Little Egg harbor,  1:34:14 

   7 Dave Stanley #172         50 – 59      Taupo, New Zealand  1:34:17 

   8 Johnathan Ahlum #4        20 – 29      Santa Clara, CA     1:35:14 

   9 Patrick Leatherman #102   20 – 29      Kealakekua, HI      1:37:56 

  10 Amy Gordon #69            30 – 39    F Waialua, HI         1:38:25 

  11 Curtis Neck #130          20 – 29      Bethel, AK          1:39:28 

  12 Don Kirby #93             60 – 69      Kailua Kona, HI     1:39:52 

  13 Roland Laliberte #98      40 – 49      Hilo, HI            1:39:55 

  14 Tim Dutton #57            40 – 49      Calgary, Canada     1:40:24 

  15 Aaron Kellerman #90       30 – 39      Waikoloa, HI        1:40:30

  16 Keith Marrack #115        40 – 49      Hilo, HI            1:40:56 

  17 Reggie Sherman #206       Military     Kaneohe, HI         1:40:57 

  18 Dino Bonelli #27          40 – 49      Prato Nevoso, Ital  1:41:45 

  19 Martin Poerner #148       50 – 59      Little Egg harbor,  1:42:00 

  20 Caitlin Catella #42       20 – 29    F Oneonta, NY         1:42:06 

  21 Jason Shepard #163        40 – 49      Kailua-Kona, HI     1:42:46 

  22 Helgi Spencer Olafson #13 20 – 29      Waikoloa, HI        1:43:41 

  23 Elda Carreon #39          30 – 39    F Kailua-Kona, HI     1:43:55 

  24 John Ferdico #63          40 – 49      Kailua-Kona, HI     1:44:25 

  25 Jennifer Catella #43      20 – 29    F Oneonta, NY         1:44:30 

  26 Orestes Barrioj #211      50 – 59      Kailua Kona, HI     1:44:50 

  27 Ferdinand Babas #13       40 – 49      Hilo, HI            1:45:35 

  28 Jacob Nikolajsen #131     20 – 29      Horsens, Denmark    1:46:16

  29 Evan Oleary #137          1 – 19       Little Egg harbor,  1:46:18 

  30 Sarah Bay #20             30 – 39    F Denver, CO          1:46:24 

  31 Ray Ibarra #80            50 – 59      Hilo, HI            1:46:32 

  32 Kim Cayzer #46            30 – 39    F Honolulu, HI        1:46:47 

  33 Mandy Lemes #103          30 – 39    F Hakalau, HI         1:47:05 

  34 Tami Lampman #99          30 – 39    F Hilo, HI            1:47:16 

  35 Amanda Buoy #32           30 – 39    F Mt. Hope, KS        1:47:18 

  36 Joshua Sharp #161         30 – 39      Hilo, HI            1:48:26 

  37 Steven Hiraki #77         30 – 39      Naalehu, HI         1:48:27 

  38 Deen Tsukamoto #181       50 – 59      Naalehu, HI         1:48:29 

  39 Gabor Bay #19             40 – 49      Denver, CO          1:49:05 

  40 Charissa Patacsil #141    30 – 39    F Chiswick, Australi  1:49:08 

  41 Melissa Braswell #2       30 – 39    F Kailua-Kona, HI     1:49:16

  42 Angie Miyashiro #125      50 – 59    F Volcano, HI         1:49:47 

  43 Lee Catella #44           60 – 69    F Oneonta, NY         1:50:02 

  44 Nicholas Catella #45      20 – 29      Oneonta, NY         1:50:03 

  45 Dj Blinn #26              60 – 69      Hilo, HI            1:50:12 

  46 Ellen Cordeiro #50        30 – 39    F Kurtistown, HI      1:50:33 

  47 Jonas Nikolajsen #132     20 – 29      Horsens, Denmark    1:51:02 

  48 Danny Jesser #105         60 – 69      Kailua-Kona, HI     1:51:11 

  49 Victor Eisen #58          40 – 49      Pahoa, HI           1:51:23 

  50 Megan Lamson #100         20 – 29    F Hilo, HI            1:51:37 

  51 Gene Ramos #204           Military     Honolulu, HI        1:51:57 

  52 Chitwin San Tun #158      40 – 49      Kailua-Kona, HI     1:52:01 

  53 Serena Chamberlain #47    40 – 49    F Kailua Kona, HI     1:52:50 

  54 Sally Marrack #116        40 – 49    F Hilo, HI            1:53:24 

  55 Doug Adams #6             50 – 59      Hilo, HI            1:53:36

August 20, 2012 Posted by | Running on the Big Island | , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Volcano Rainforest Runs 5K top 100 results

The 2012 Volcano Art Center Rain Forest Runs
August 18, 2012 – Volcano, Hawaii

Overall Results – 5K

 

 Plc Name                      Division     Residence            Time  

   1 Todd Marohnic #680        50 – 59      Volcano, HI          :19:30

   2 Basil Schuerch #714       20 – 29      Bern, Switzerland    :20:08 

   3 Jeffery Ferrell #768      14 – 19      Hilo, HI             :20:21 

   4 William Mcmahon #686      50 – 59      Volcano, HI          :20:44 

   5 Michael Forster #823      14 – 19      Arlington, WA        :21:09 

   6 Adam Willard #821         30 – 39      Waikoloa, HI         :21:53 

   7 Davin Alviento #760       14 – 19      Keaau, HI            :22:24 

   8 Shayli Nakamoto #695      14 – 19    F Kealakekua, HI       :22:31  

   9 Brandon Franco #638       14 – 19      Kailua-Kona, HI      :22:34 

  10 Charlie Belmes #761       14 – 19      Keaau, HI            :22:39 

  11 Lory Hunter #792          40 – 49    F Hilo, HI             :22:58

  12 Nicholas Carter #1723     9 – 13       Pahoa, HI            :23:06 

  13 Bryn Witthans #864        14 – 19      Kamuela, HI          :23:07 

  14 Kaylee Rapoza #799        14 – 19    F Hilo, HI             :23:37 

  15 Levi Albano #759          14 – 19      Keaau, HI            :23:39 

  16 Isiah Segobia #785        14 – 19      Keaau, HI            :23:40 

  17 Conrad Salboro #709       14 – 19      Hilo, HI             :23:42 

  18 Jacob Romero #784         14 – 19      Keaau, HI            :23:42 

  19 Dustin Kawakami #773      14 – 19      Mt View, HI          :24:06 

  20 Elysonne Quila #782       14 – 19      Kegan, HI            :24:06 

  21 Aris Aynessazian #1722    14 – 19      Pahoa, HI            :24:09 

  22 Mallory Demattos #633     20 – 29    F Hilo, HI             :24:29 

  23 Kekoa Harman #649         30 – 39      Keaau, HI            :24:39 

  24 Mitchell O’connor #779    14 – 19      Keaau, HI            :25:01 

  25 Megan Denny #852          30 – 39    F Pahala, HI           :25:02 

  26 Lorri Hays #1727          40 – 49    F Pahoa, HI            :25:12 

  27 Joseph Urban #729         20 – 29      Chicago, IL          :25:14 

  28 Eric Longboy #774         14 – 19      Keaau, HI            :25:45 

  29 Ryan Withans #863         14 – 19      Hilo, HI             :26:18 

  30 Brown Bedard #606         9 – 13       College Station, T   :26:19 

  31 John Broward #818         50 – 59      Hnp, HI              :26:22 

  32 Sean Jesser #657          14 – 19      Kailua Kona, HI      :26:25 

  33 Camille Bourcier #839     20 – 29    F Hilo, HI             :26:28 

  34 Catherine Spina #855      30 – 39    F Hilo, HI             :26:30 

  35 Sheldon Cabudol #764      14 – 19      Keaau, HI            :26:38 

  36 Laura Matturro #681       20 – 29    F Kingston, NY         :26:39 

  37 Thane Pratt #754          60 – 69      Volcano, HI          :26:41 

  38 Keanen Miyasato #854      20 – 29      Keaau, HI            :26:43 

  39 Greyson Haskell #1733     9 – 13       Keaau, HI            :26:44 

  40 Kobe Miller #828          9 – 13       Pahoa, HI            :26:46 

  41 Barbara Haight #791       50 – 59    F Kamuela, HI          :26:46 

  42 Neon Nishimura #778       14 – 19      Keaau, HI            :26:47 

  43Paul Ahn #601             20 – 29      Kailua, HI           :26:52 

  44 Shani Cosma #767          14 – 19    F Keaau, HI            :26:56 

  45 Ella Johnson #1725        9 – 13     F Volcano, HI          :27:01 

  46 Nick Pagtama #780         14 – 19      Keaau, HI            :27:07 

  47 Katherine Mulliken #693   20 – 29    F Volcano, HI          :27:09  

  48 Rachel Margis #845        14 – 19    F Racine, WI           :27:11 

  49 Chevis Marquis #777       14 – 19      Keaau, HI            :27:14 

  50 Solomon Escalante #742    9 – 13       Kurtistown, HI       :27:16 

  51 Chenoa Jesser #656        14 – 19    F Kailua-Kona, HI      :27:21 

  52 Bryan Gorges #643         20 – 29      Hilo, HI             :27:22 

  53 Laurie Schafer #755       20 – 29    F Hilo, HI             :27:23 

  54 Whitney Sia #757          14 – 19    F Honolulu, HI         :27:23

  55 Edgar Ventura #1732       14 – 19      Keaau, HI            :27:26

  56 Kaulike Sibayton #787     14 – 19      Keaau, HI            :27:27 

  57 Keian Kanetani #772       14 – 19      Kurtistown, HI       :27:33 

  58 Christina Chow #765       14 – 19    F Keaau, HI            :27:40    

  59 Michelle Miranda #689     30 – 39    F Paauilo, HI          :27:43 

  60 Desiree Sumaoang #788     14 – 19    F Keaau, HI            :27:51 

  61 Ku Mei Kern #665          30 – 39    F Hilo, HI             :28:04 

  62 Wendy Clark #624          60 – 69    F Kailua-Kona, HI      :28:15 

  63 Shawn Baker #860          40 – 49      Kamuela, HI          :28:17 

  64 Bee Jay Ines #770         14 – 19      Keaau, HI            :28:22 

  65 Julius Marglona #776      14 – 19      Keaau, HI            :28:25 

  66 Ali Steiner #816          40 – 49    F Kk, HI               :28:42 

  67 Ross Nishioka #697        20 – 29      Hilo, HI             :28:43 

  68 Tara Trujillo #1738       40 – 49    F Hilo, HI             :28:56 

  69 Toby Johnson #1724        1 – 8        Volcano, HI          :29:12 

  70 Avery Rose Jarvis #771    14 – 19    F Hilo, HI             :29:15 

  71 Tracy Johnson #1726       50 – 59      Volcano, HI          :29:32 

  72 Peter Matturro #682       50 – 59      Kingston, NY         :29:36 

  73 Stephen Knight #669       40 – 49      Naalehu, HI          :29:39 

  74 Katie Wongthipkongka #740 20 – 29    F Honolulu, HI         :29:41 

  75 Bronson Chang #621        20 – 29      Honolulu, HI         :29:41

  76 Deylan Okinaka #803       9 – 13       Hilo, HI             :29:59 

  77 Alyssa Heehan #653        14 – 19    F Kamuela, HI          :30:02 

  78 Amanda Baily #806         60 – 69    F Holualoa, HI         :30:19 

  79 Julia Williams #736       60 – 69    F Volcano, HI          :30:26 

  80 David Hammes #826         60 – 69      Hilo, HI             :30:30 

  81 Ceres Bishaw-Lester #610  9 – 13       Mt.view, HI          :30:31 

  82 Victoria Leahy #833       1 – 8      F Los Angeles, CA      :30:33 

  83 Debra Simonson #717       50 – 59    F Kailua Kona, HI      :30:40 

  84 Patrick Welsh #858        30 – 39      San Francisco, CA    :30:43 

  85 Isaac Solomon #718        20 – 29      Hilo, HI             :30:47 

  86 Audrey Nixon #794         9 – 13     F Kamuela, HI          :31:07 

  87 Gibson Tarr #810          1 – 8        Wenatchee, WA        :31:12 

  88 Casi Tarr #808            40 – 49    F Wenatchee, WA        :31:12 

  89 Melissa Pierce #700       30 – 39    F Hilo, HI             :31:14 

  90 Cherese Shelton #786      14 – 19    F Keaau, HI            :31:17 

  91 Nicholas Eisen #635       14 – 19      Pahoa, HI            :31:17 

  92 Veronica Neuberger #849   20 – 29    F Mc Lean, VA          :31:21 

  93 Suzanne Bistline #824     40 – 49    F Kamuela, HI          :31:23 

  94 Kahaknokahale Lum Ho #775 14 – 19      Hilo, HI             :31:23 

  95 Steve Grossman #648       60 – 69      Holualoa, HI         :31:25  

  96 Jordan Dreuer #861        14 – 19      Pahoa, HI            :31:36 

  97 Patricia Bishaw #609      30 – 39    F Mt.view, HI          :31:40 

  98 Cristine Belmes #762      14 – 19    F Keaau, HI            :31:45 

  99 Robert Margis #846        40 – 49      Racine, WI           :31:48 

 100 Kay Kissick #667          50 – 59    F Mt Hope, KS          :31:52

August 19, 2012 Posted by | Running on the Big Island | , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Rainforest Run 10K results top 50 – Gregory Wins

The 2012 Volcano Art Center Rain Forest Runs
August 18, 2012 – Volcano, Hawaii

Overall Results – 10KPlc Name                      Division     Residence            Time    Pace

 1 Chris Gregory #574        20 – 29      Hilo, HI             :36:25 

   2 Stephen Hunter #534       1 – 19       Hilo, HI             :39:10 

   3 Joe Barcia #550           40 – 49      Keaau, HI            :39:39 

   4 James Catella #413        30 – 39      Oneonta, NY          :40:17 

   5 Keri Ogden #556           20 – 29    F Honolulu, HI         :42:56 

   6 Ian Smith #503            30 – 39      Hilo, HI             :44:18 

   7 Kyle Hart #538            20 – 29      Honolulu, HI         :44:21 

   8 Adrian Charkowski #415    30 – 39      Hilo, HI             :45:00 

   9 Noe Waller #568           20 – 29    F Kamuela, HI          :45:05 

  10 Stewart Miyashiro #470    50 – 59      Volcano, HI          :45:35 

  11 Frank Grotenhuis #442     50 – 59      Hilo, HI             :45:52 

  12 Francis Edmilao #430      30 – 39      Waikoloa, HI         :46:04 

  13 Jake Collins #532         30 – 39      Schofield Barracks   :46:14 

  14 Patrick Baker #570        30 – 39      Pahoa, HI            :46:19 

  15 Kerstin Busse #561        40 – 49    F HI                   :46:34 

  16 Joanna Johnson #543       30 – 39    F Santa Clara, HI      :47:46 

  17 David England #431        40 – 49      Langford, United K   :47:47 

  18 Jason Nixon #535          40 – 49      Kamuela, HI          :48:05 

  19 Sandra Drzazga #428       30 – 39    F Kailua Kona, HI      :48:07 

  20 Kimberly Pierce #487      30 – 39    F Hilo, HI             :48:13 

  21 Erin Stephens #560        20 – 29    F Kk, HI               :48:59 

  22 Kourtney Miyasato #572    20 – 29      Keaau, HI            :49:29 

  23 Tom Morrison #472         60 – 69      Millbrook, NY        :49:51 

  24 Christian Hamilton #562   40 – 49      Kk, HI               :50:29 

  25 Heather Rosario #546      40 – 49    F Hilo, HI             :50:33 

  26 Stanley Costales Jr #426  50 – 59      Hilo, HI             :50:57 

  27 Shannon Rech #490         20 – 29    F Youngstown, OH       :51:33 

  28 Matthew Patrick #485      30 – 39      Hnp, HI              :52:25 

  29 Chad Trujillo #512        30 – 39      Hilo, HI             :52:27 

  30 Kate Eppinger #569        20 – 29    F Hilo, HI             :52:30 

  31 Karina Lawrence #462      1 – 19     F Hilo, HI             :52:30 

  32 Richard McDowell #542     60 – 69      Holualoa, HI         :52:36 

  33 Andrea Leahy #563         40 – 49    F Los Angeles, CA      :52:45 

  34 Linus Tavares #510        50 – 59      Hilo, HI             :52:55 

  35 Levi Jacola #453          20 – 29      Honolulu, HI         :53:30 

  36 Rebecca Bailey #406       50 – 59    F Youngstown, OH       :54:29 

  37 Patrick Haines #445       20 – 29      Honolulu, HI         :54:50

  38 Liz Duhoski #429          40 – 49    F Millbrook, NY        :55:22 

  39 Shelley Izuno #451        20 – 29    F Waipahu, HI          :55:38 

  40 Zachary Steinke #507      30 – 39      Glendale, AZ         :55:41 

  41 Janette Gillespie #440    40 – 49    F Kailua-Kona, HI      :55:43 

  42 Mel Morita #471           60 – 69      Waipahu, HI          :56:04 

  43 Conrad Oishi #481         60 – 69      Mililani, HI         :56:08 

  44 Jason Coulter #533        20 – 29      Hilo, HI             :56:09 

  45 Heather Colbert #419      30 – 39    F Hilo, HI             :56:29 

  46 Sam Abe #527              1 – 19       Honolulu, HI         :56:49 

  47 Kananinohea Makaimoku #46 30 – 39    F Keaau, HI            :56:51 

  48 Tyler Nishimura #473      20 – 29      Hilo, HI             :56:52 

  49 Elena Gatto #438          30 – 39    F Biella, Italy        :56:55 

  50 Matthew Garrison #437     30 – 39      Hilo, HI             :57:06 

  51 Amy Okura #482            30 – 39    F Hilo, HI             :57:17 

 

August 18, 2012 Posted by | Running on the Big Island | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Volcano Rainforest Half Marathon, 10K & 5K for 2012

Volcano Rainforest     10K               JINXED   Again

Today, August 18, 2012 was the 3rd annual running of the Volcano Rainforest Runs and we are still awaiting to see the results to see if everything went smoothly. 

In each of the first two years volunteers steered to runners in the wrong direction.  If you were in this years races please provide information of whether or not you were steered off course.

The Volcano Rainforest, a benefit for the Volcano Art Center, ran their 2nd annual half marathon, 10K and 5K races on Aug 20 and for the second year in a row the 10K had issues with the lead runners.

In 2010 the four lead runners were taken into the finish line after doing only the 5K distance and race officials decided to simply double their time and recognize them as the overall 10K winners.

This year volunteers failed to have the lead pack of 15 runners do a final loop and when they came into the finish line lead runner, Chris Mosch, from Honokaa realized he had only done 5.7 miles.

“There was apparently some confusion among the course marshals at a point in the course where the runners had to run up and back through a cul-de-sac in order to make the course 10 km,” Walter Mosch, father of Chris said.

“The marshals got confused when the leaders of the 10 km race started overlapping with the walkers/stragglers involved in the half marathon.  Chris recognized there was a mistake when he finished and his GPS watch read 5.7 miles.  When the organizer realized the error, I think that she panicked because this had happened the previous year and was brought to her attention,” Mosch wrote the Big Dog in an email message.

“She originally DQ’ed the 14 runners, at least 12 of whom were clearly running faster than the declared winner.  People objected because the course marshals had directed them NOT TO GO into the cul-de-sac.  She decided to offer the people the choice of having their times considered for another 5.7 mile race distance or they could have their money refunded.”

According to Mosch he approached the race organizer and said ‘What the heck are you doing?  You’re having a fundraiser and returning money?

Mosch also objected to the fact that since it was their screw up the runners shouldn’t be disqualified.

“The top runners were already light years ahead of the newly declared winner when the mistake was made,” Mosch said to the race official.  “Chris is going to the University of Oregon on academic scholarship and running with the school’s running club.  He is hoping to make the top seven cross country runners on the club which will travel to the club championships in North Carolina in November.”

Editor’s note:  Chris Mosch was declared the winner of the newly formed 5.7 mile run, but never received any award for his efforts according to his dad.

Related Links:  https://waynejoseph.wordpress.com/2011/08/20/mosch-wins-volcano-rainforest-5-7-mile-run/

https://waynejoseph.wordpress.com/2010/08/22/volcano-rain-forest-runs-10k-results/

https://waynejoseph.wordpress.com/2010/09/13/doing-the-right-thing-in-sports-heather-scarbrough/

August 18, 2012 Posted by | Running on the Big Island | , | Leave a comment