Scene in Edmonds: Runners light up night for YWCA’s Pathways for Women

Members of the Richmond Beach Running Club lit up the night in Edmonds Tuesday to collect donations for the YWCA Pathways for Women, a YWCA outreach program that provides housing and services for domestic violence victims.

The event, which started and ended at Salish Sea Brewery, “was so fun!” said organizer Erin Zackey of Edmonds. “We collected a big pile of donations for The YWCA Pathways shelter, runners got fun reflective hats at Rogue, glow gear on the route, and won prizes from Walnut (Street Coffee) and Salish.”

The Richmond Beach Running Club includes many runners from Edmonds and sponsors weekly runs as follows:

Sunday – Cafe Louvre in Edmonds (8 a.m.)
Tuesday – Salish Sea Brewery in Edmonds (6:03 p.m.)
Saturday – Cafe Ladro in Edmonds (8 a.m.)

Learn more on the Richmond Beach Running Club Facebook Page.

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