Thursday, October 13, 2016

Thanks To All Of Our Sponsors

Thanks to all of the support of our sponsors and participants, even though we had to cancel our run due to inclimate weather, we were still able to donate $7,000 to the Crisis Nursery! 

Grand Lodge of Illinois A.F. & A.M

Dr. Douglas Wallen D.D.S

C. V. Lloyde Audiovisual

Urbana Lodge No. 157

Carle Ambulance

B.L.E.T Union

Steve and Debbie Sparrow

Arlene Maddock

Daniel Duitsman Financial Services, Inc.

St. Joe IGA

Stone Creek Candle, LLC

Homer Fire Department

Invenergy Services

Paramount Painting LLC

Honda BMW of Champaign

El Toro

The Little Nugget

The Goat Keeper

Road ID

Tammy Knight’s Country Cuts

Wagner Signs

Gifford State Bank

JBS United, Inc.

Sport Redi Mix, LLC

Rick’s Tractor Services, Inc.

Billy Bob’s

Frerichs & Stillwell Insurance Services

Homer Masonic Lodge No. 199

Jace Enterprises

Wyldewood Cellars

Longview Bank

Hartke Engineering

Health Alliance

Matco Fire Protection

Casey’s General Store

High Caliber

Wicked Rascal Grooming Company
Bobbie Johnson
Monical's Pizza
Jenna Brown
Allen’s Farm Quality Meats
Pandano’s Pizza
St. Joe Fire Department
Andrea’s Harley-Davidson
Big R
Rick Ridings
Urbana Gardens
Rich’s Family Restaurant
Apple Dumpling
Cracker Barrel
Robinson Chapel
TKS Storage
Phelps Backhoe
Lynn Johnson
Jered & Carolyn McFadden

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Goody Bag Pick-Up Date Set!

Sadly, we had to cancel our race on Saturday the 10th due to bad weather and poor trail conditions, but we will be at the Lodge on Wednesday, September 28th between 7 - 7:30 so that those of you that were pre-registered can pick up your goodie bags. Thanks again for all your support. Even though we had to cancel the race, all told, the Crisis Nursery will get $8,000 from the race this year. It would not be possible without your help. Thank you!

Monday, July 11, 2016

Registration for the 5th Annual Masonic Charity Trail Run Is Now Open!

You can now register for our 5th Annual Masonic Charity Trail Run on September 10th by clicking here.  As we did last year, there will be a 4.25 mile trail and a 1.25 mile trail--you can walk or run either.  It's your choice.

Our charity this year is the Crisis Nursery in Champaign.

Hope to see you there!  More news to follow!

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Thanks To All Our Generous Sponsors!

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our sponsors this year! Thanks to your support, the 4th Annual Masonic Charity Trail Run held our most successful event ever!  On Saturday, we were able to present a check to Developmental Services Center in the amount of $9,000! 

Thanks to everyone that has run in our event, or donated money, goods and services, and door prizes. We couldn't do this without you!  We'll see you next year for the 5th Annual Masonic Charity Trail Run!

Medix Ambulance
Steve and Debbie Sparrow
Alene Maddock
CN Railroad
Homer Fire Department
Arrow Ambulance
High Caliber Training Center
St. Joseph Animal Hospital
California Ridge Wind Energy
Dr. Wallen
Dan Duitsman
Sport Redi-Mix
Health Alliance
Midwest Commercial Coatings
Casey's General Stores
Rick's Tractor Services, Inc.
Road I.D.
Urbana Lodge No. 157
St. Joseph IGA
The Little Nugget
Rod Sickler Salon and Spa
Michelle Hansbraugh at Salon 909
Allen's Farm Quality Meats
TKS Storage
CV Lloyde Audiovisual
Gifford State Bank
Billy Bob's
Homer Masonic Lodge No. 199
Rick Ridings Ford
Don's Auto Center, Inc.
BFF Firearms
Olive Branch Masonic Lodge No. 38
Fun DJ
Country Cuts
El Toro
Shutes' Alignments & Frey Tire Co.
The Goat Keeper
Wagner Signs
Rich's Family Restaurant
Robison Chapel, P.C.
Johnson Trailer Sales
Phelps Backhoe Service
St. Joseph-Stanton Fire Fighters
Ogden Metal Works

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

See You Saturday!

No, it's not too late!  You can still sign up the day of the race--that's this Saturday, September 12 beginning at 7 AM.  The race will commence at 8 AM.  There are plenty of door prizes this year as well, so be sure and join us!  Entry is $20.  You can walk or run either our tradition 4.25 mile course, or our new addition this year--a nice 1.25 mile trail. 

See you there!

Contact us with questions:

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Time Is Running Out! Pre-Register Today!

The deadline for pre-registration is coming soon--this is the last week!  August 30th is the last day you can register on line, so REGISTER HERE!  We will have registration on September 12th, the day of the event, beginning at 7 AM, but if you are not pre-registered, we can't promise you that our event shirts will be available.

If you have any questions, just let us know at:

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

About Our Charity: Developmental Services Center

During our 1st Annual Ogden Masonic Charity Trail Run, the members of Ogden Lodge wanted to pick a charity that was known throughout the Central Illinois area as providing an invaluable resource to the community.  The Lodge voted unanimously that DSC would be our charity that first year, because of the important work they do, and the fact that they would most benefit from our charity trail run.  It was our great priviledge that first year of the Trail Run to raise $3,000 to help support the great work DSC does in our community, and they were a fantastic partner to have that first year when we were still new at planning such a large charitable event.

And here we are in our 4th year, and the lodge has decided to partner with DSC a second time!  We're very pleased to have the proceeds of the 4th Annual Masonic Charity go to such a great organization that does such valuable work in our community.  

The Developmental Services Center's mission is to enhance the lives of individuals with disabilities by providing services and supports which enable them to live, work, learn and participate in their communities.

DSC serves approximately 1,100 children and adults with developmental disabilities, such as epilepsy, cerebral palsy, autism, cognitive disabilities, Down syndrome, or other conditions. Individuals seeking services may experience functional or environmental challenges that require extra support to live more independently. These challenges may include assistance in adequate daily living skills, adequate work skills, recognized social behaviors, or the ability to access community transportation."

To learn more about Developmental Services Center, visit their website at: Developmental Services Center