Female feet ready to Run Arkansas

Posted: March 3, 2014 at 2:12 a.m.

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/CELIA STOREY Bunny Hart (left) listens to her friend Ellyn Hart tell a packed house Feb. 24 at St. Luke United Methodist Church fellowship hall why they got involved with Women Run Arkansas. It was standing room only for the registration meeting for both of Little Rock's Women Can Run/Walk clinics, which begin March 2, one at War Memorial Stadium, the other at JA Fair High School.

Women Run Arkansas’ free 10-week walking and running clinics begin across the state this week, but some of this year’s 60 training-fora-5 K groups have already gathered participants for pep talks.

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