During Gerry Myer's time as CEO of The Crim, instructors have come into classrooms and taught 5000 children in 13 schools mindfulness. They learn how to focus...breath...and detach their minds from the chaos around them. And, it's working.
Adrian Walker is a Flinstone and after graduating from Michigan State, he left the mitten and landed a job in Washington D.C. After he left, a little piece of home went with him motivating him to give back to the community that shaped who he is today.
Behind every name is a story and for the Crim family, their first chapter started 43 years ago when Bobby Crim and Lois Craig hosted the first Crim 10 Mile Road Race bringing together the community of Flint.
Despite the pandemic, runners and walkers are lining up this week for the first-ever Virtual Hap Crim. Many went through the summer training program, which began virtually while people had to stay home.
Mid-Michigan runners and walkers are taking off in the first-ever HAP Virtual Crim. And behind every bib, there is a unique story. Mike Skaggs is a longtime runner who said we must advocate for our own health. And it came after his incredible journey.
The college is giving out souvenirs that will help give people running, walking or wheeling in the races this weekend some motivation to keep going. There will also be special prizes to encourage cheering.
The Crim Festival of Races had a number of events for athletes of all ages Friday night. Crews painted the official blue start line on Saginaw where runners will line up in just a few hours for the 10-mile run.