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TRL Coffee Table – Tom Malone, Course Director and Resident Hugger

TRL: What are you reading? TM: The Power of Now by Eckhart Toll – for the second time. TRL: What’s it about? TM: To sum it up, it walks one through a journey of enlightenment to live in the present.

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TRL Coffee Table – Carly Walsh, Ted’s Run for Literacy Social Media & Promotions

TRL; What are you currently reading? CW: I’m switching between Shoe Dog: A Memoir by the Creator of Nike (e-book) and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (real book). TRL: What made you pick those books? CW: Honestly, I picked

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TRL Coffee Table – Michael Bennett, Ted’s Run for Literacy’s race director

TRL: What book are you reading? MB: I just finished reading The Burgess Boys by Elizabeth Strout. TRL: What made you pick this book? MB: I read her earlier book called Olive Kitteridge and I fell in love with her

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TRL Coffee Table – Darcie Wadelius, TRL Co-Race Director

TRL: What was the last book you read? DW: The last book I read was Crow Lake by Mary Lawson. TRL: Why did you pick it? DW: I chose this book as I just happened to be perusing the book

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Lori Roberts, our latest People of TRL interview, who’s running her first 10km race at TRL 2015

Ted’s Run for Literacy: When did you start running and why? Lori Roberts: Sitting around a campfire with friends one night in July 2012, I made a suggestion that the five of us should sign up for the 2013 Manitoba

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People of TRL – Petra Rapmund, runner and TRL board alumni

Ted’s Run for Literacy – When did you start running and why? Petra Rapmund – I started running in my early 40s after the death of my mom. I took up running to quit a 20+ year smoking habit. I

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The People of TRL: Melissa Budd 

Ted’s Run for Literacy: When did you start running and why? Melissa Budd:I started running in high school – but no serious distance. I started a teaching job in Stonewall in 2007 and met David Fielder. Crazy runner guy told

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