The Westminster Road Runners Club is a non-profit organization, based in Carroll County, Maryland. Our goal is to promote a healthy and active lifestyle through running. Our members range widely in age, ability, and running goals. Anyone is welcome to participate in our Club races and events. Come join us!
Come read about the HISTORY of the Westminster Road Runners Club!
We are also a member of the Road Runners Club of America.
Ben began running in high school and never stopped. On top of the countless 5Ks, he enjoys running long distances as well up to the half marathon. He also stays busy coaching cross country and track at the youth and high school level. His goals are to continue to share his passion with others and to help each and every runner achieve their best.
Gary Honeman has been an active WRRC member since 1978 after graduating from Western Maryland College. His running highlight was qualifying and running the 100th Boston Marathon in 1996. His most recent joy has been running with his son Justin in Colorado.
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More information for this position can be found in the by-laws which is in a link at the top of this page.
There have been many stops and starts in Paul's 40+ year running journey. His feet have pounded the pavement across many cities and states, including Shiprock, New Mexico, Mammoth Lakes, California, Austin, Texas, Key West, Florida, NYC, his native Philadelphia, and...Boston, the most memorable of them all. Now he runs fewer, but more enjoyable, miles, while learning new skills as a WRRC volunteer.
At Large Member (MSM)
Sandy has been working with WRRC for a long time including being a past Vice President and is currently organizing the Main Street Mile each April.
Lori Scarbeau Lau
Lori has been running for over ten years and joined WRRC in 2019. She has raced a range of distances from 5k to marathons.
Lori is also certified in holistic nutrition and a health coach. She is excited to blend her knowledge with her love of running in our community.
Twilight Series Director
I started running for an ice cream sundae. One of the first years of the Main Street Mile I was pregnant with my youngest child. My 4 year old son ran it with my brother-in-law. I decided the next year that I would run it, and I did. I might have stopped after that, but a friend told me about events through WRRC and I became hooked. I have now been running for 38 years. I am still running because I have met running buddies whom I continue to run today. I describe myself as a social runner. My preference is to run with family or friends, although in a pinch I will run by myself.
At Large Member (Liaison)
Steve is a lifelong runner and owner of Run Moore, a specialty running shop located in Westminster. In his more than 30 years of running, Steve has run anywhere from a mile to 50 and has coached, timed, and organized his own events. Steve hopes his store can be a community center for runners and walkers to come to borrow a book, find some shoes, meet for a run, register for a race, or just to get some motivation from other runners.
Liuda began running in 1981 with her first race being the WRRC’s infamous Frostbite Race and still enjoys running socially and in races with family and friends. She has been the past director of the Main Street Mile, the Twilight Series along with Chris Reese, and recently celebrated the 30 year anniversary of hosting the WRRC’s version of the Women’s Distance Festival. For cross training, Liuda enjoys competitive horse events, bicycling, tennis and yoga.
Steve enjoys running with others. He joined Flying Feet running program with his high school children, learned a lot from coach Dave, and met many great people. One of Steve's favorite things to do is to run relay races with friends.