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RBC Annual Meeting 2019

  • 01 Dec 2019
  • 5:00 PM - 7:45 PM
  • Reston Community Ctr-Hunters Woods, 2310 Colts Neck Rd
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All club members (and spouses) are welcome to come and hear a recap of the club's activities and finances for 2019, applaud awards to our best performers, and elect new board members for 2020. Election Details

Not an active (paid up) member?  What a great time to join/renew!

RBC will provide dinner & drinks -  See you there!

Agenda:

5:00 social

5:35 dinner

6:15 RBC Business Meeting

6:45 Guest Speaker Jill Patterson

7:05 Door Prizes 

7:30 Announcement of Elections

7:45 Adjournment

We have a couple of volunteer needs still open. Please take a look at the sign-up and see if you are able to help your club out on one of them Sign up HERE.

As part of RBC's continuous outreach to our community, we're asking members to please consider bringing an item or two to the annual meeting to donate to the South Lakes High School Pantry. Club members who are involved with the Pantry will be on hand to receive all items and answer questions about it. More info (including particular needs) can be found here.

We will also have a guest speaker, Jill Patterson from Peaks Coaching Group. Jill began cycling only 12 years who while living in Japan, and found it a wonderful way to explore the island. As her endurance built and she became more confident, she was recruited by a semi-professional Japanese women's team and raced all throughout Japan, Thailand, China, and the U.S. When she returned to the U.S., she joined Artemis, a women's cycling club team, and picked up racing again. She attempted her first Gran Fondo in 2017 (in Frederick) and placed second! Jill became inspired by the coaching and training she had received during her cycling journey and decided to join Peaks Coaching Group at the end of 2018. Her hard work has paid off; this year she won the GFNY World Championship in a major upset to a cyclist from Columbia. She also climbed Pikes Peak in August and her ride was featured in Bicycling Magazine. She'll share with us her experience and her top tips for training and optimizing performance.

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