The easiest way to join is to show up at practice. We have a signed release the parent or guardian needs to sign as well as a concussion form.
Because you do not know if your child will like running the first two practices are free. Granted we play games at the end of each practice and have popsicles because running is about having fun, not as a punishment as in other sports.
So if you are unsure, stop by, try us out, and we think you’ll stay.
You might say the beginning of the Sun City Harriers started back in 1984. This is when I started running for the Cascade Strider cross-country team in Bellevue. My wife Aleah ran for the old West Valley Ramblers starting in the late 80’s for their track team.
Aleah and I met on the cross-country team at the University of Washington in the fall of 1997. You could easily say cross-country is in our blood.
We love the sport of running and are hoping to pass on the joy and passion to you and your family.