We know that COVID-19 has substantially affected mass participation events, social dynamics and everyday life in general - locally, nationally and globally. This unprecedented situation is rapidly evolving – sometimes by the hour.

Click HERE to see an update on Run Wild Missoula's immediate strategies for managing and mitigating the crisis from our end. We plan to update the information regularly via our Website , Facebook , Instagram and, when appropriate, direct emails to our members.
Times are tough right now, there is no denying that. We are living in a period of uncertainty, and because of that we might lose sight of the smaller, more enjoyable things in life. During this pandemic, Run Wild Missoula hopes to bring you some small moments of joy in our weekly newsletters for the foreseeable future. Please enjoy the first installment of our series!
Today is March 23rd, 2020: Happy National Puppy Day! Share your favorite photo of your puppy with us on social media. Tag @runwildmissoula and we will share your puppy pics!

Today in History: March 23rd, 1806, Explorers Lewis and Clark, reached the Pacific Coast, and began their return journey to the east.

Joke of the Week: What do you call a pig that does karate? Pork Chop.

Staffs Favorite Binge-Worthy Shows:
Tony: Big Bang Theory, Modern Family, Schitt's Creek, NCIS
Ashley: Top Chef, Grey's Anatomy, This Is Us
Elizabeth: Parks & Rec, Schitt's Creek, Gilmore Girls, Everybody Loves Raymond
Stay Fit, Stay Active, Stay Healthy - For your physical and emotional health, we encourage you to keep up your running and fitness routine. But, keep these things in mind.
  • Remember to maintain appropriate social distancing - maintain at least 6-foot separation at all times
  • No hugs, handshakes, high fives or elbow bumps
  • Practice good hand washing and hygiene
  • Sneeze or cough into a tissue or the inside of your elbow
  • Stay home if you feel any sign of sickness or illness
  • Spend time outside every day to brighten your mood and to get a good dose of Vitamin D
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