Arthritis Foundation Jingle Bell Run
The Stutler family, (from left to right) Bryce, Michelle, Kirk, and Haley helped coordinate the event, provided food and beverages for their team and set the bar for holiday attire.
By Lisa Nicklanovich; photos courtesy of Lin Giampietro
Team Stutler gathered on December 9 in Washington Park for the eighth year in a row for the Jingle Bell Run (JBR) to raise funds and awareness to cure America’s number one cause of disability, arthritis.
The JBR is a festive and fun 5K race or walk while dressed in holiday attire with jingle bells tied to shoes, strollers, and dogs.
This year’s JBR team, led by Michelle Stutler of Cerney Circle, had nine new members and included neighbors, friends and family from Castle Pines and the surrounding areas. The team has participated in snow and sun, has had runners and walkers, and has worn Santa suits and flip flops over the years.
For more information or to donate, visit events.arthritis.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive event&eventID=707.