Lake Oswego, May 12th. The 36th annual Lake Oswego Lake Run is took place under sunny blue skies. The race is organized and presented by the Lake Oswego Women’s Club, and proceeds benefit Portland area women’s and children’s charities.  (Photo Credit, Tracey Freeman Photography.)
The Lake Oswego Women's Club and Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation are proud to present the 36th Annual Lake Run: A fundraiser for needy women and children in the Portland area.

The Lake Oswego Women's Club and Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation present the 36th Annual Lake Run: A fundraiser for needy women and children in the Portland area.

 
It's a  a challenging, scenic loop through beautiful residential areas with views of Oswego Lake.

It's a challenging, scenic loop through beautiful residential areas with views of Oswego Lake.

 
The event is a family affair.

The event is a family affair for the The Barbas

Diana del Garbino was the volunteer coordinator for the event and says 1,105 runners registered for the 5K or 12K races.

Winner of the 12K event was Scott Pinske of Hillsboro with a time of 0:41:06. Allie Gruner of Portland was top overall female runner for the 12K with a time of 0:49:32.

ABOUT THE LAKE OSWEGO WOMEN’S CLUB: Following many years of active and charitable service in The Lake Oswego community, the members of Lake Oswego Women’s Club were incorporated on October 23, 1996, as a non-profit organization. Our members are dedicated to bringing the women of Lake Oswego into closer unity and to promote the civic, cultural, educational and social welfare of the greater surrounding metro area. Since 1991 LOJWC has donated over $1.5 million dollars to non-profit organizations in the city of Portland and the tri-county area it encompasses. P.O. Box 1434, Lake Oswego, OR 97034 – Website – http://www.lowomensclub.org/

 

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