ERR is governed by a Board Of Directors consisting of people with responsibilities in specific areas of the club
Jane and her husband Rudy have lived in Carroll County for over 25 years. They have 3 children, Hannah, Maura and Rudy, that graduated from and participated on the Century High School Track and XC team. Both Maura and Rudy ran with the ERR Youth Track and all three have continued their love of the sport. Jane has been a volunteer with 4H, church programs, Boy Scouts, and Girl Scouts, Both Jane and her husband Rudy were active with the high school Athletic Boosters. Jane has worked with the ERR board since 2008. She is an active runner and she and her husband Rudy participate in, and help orgnize, local events. Jane is very excited about the ERR ARROWS Youth Track and XC program that has grown to become an outstanding program in Carroll County. The most rewarding aspect of ERR is the new friends made, encouraging new runners, and being a part of the creative ideas brought forth.
Youth Program Coordinator
Stephanie and her family have lived in Eldersburg since 2008. She has been running with ERR since Fall 2011, when she braved her first 5k since high school. She pitched in the next year helping the group plan their annual Labor Day 5k and shortly thereafter also became a member of the ERR’s board. She continues to run with the group at many weekly runs and is active in helping plan and time all the events that ERR hosts throughout the year - she is even responsible for the current Sykesville Shiver Shuffle course with the hill that everyone ‘loves’! During the COVID pandemic, she endeavored to instill a love of running in her middle schooler by taking him on many runs during the week to get them out of the house for a bit. He mainly enjoys going to run with the group when possible - especially the weekly bagel run. Their dog, Kate, runs with them - and they all enjoy the camaraderie and support that being a part of ERR brings to their entire lives (not just their runs)!
Kate and her family have lived in Eldersburg since 2003. Running was something she did as an Army officer, in her 20's and early 30's and then she took a long hiatus to raise her twins, Sean & Nina. Five or six years ago, ERR offered a "couch to 5K" program and she got hooked into running again. Her husband Paul joined her and now they run several times a week, enjoying bagel runs, the Labor Day 5K, the Shiver Shuffle, and numerous other runs with ERR friends.
Jamie has been participating in Saturday Bagel Runs on and off for several years. As Race Coordinator, she leads the ERR timing team and maintains the ERR race calendar. Jamie has lived in Eldersburg since 1994, with a short 3 year escape to Australia. Her daughter, Casey, is a graduate of Montana State University and a former Liberty High School XC and Track athlete. Carter is a graduate of Computer Engineering student from Virginia Tech and Hokie gymnast. She and her husband, Steve, met during grad school at Johns Hopkins in their Artificial Intelligence class. Jamie currently works full time for All Covered and loves to run!
Communications and News Letter
Ed started running with ERR in the summer of 2012 and has been involved ever since. It was one of his wisest decisions along with marrying Peggy and retiring from the workplace when the opportunity presented itself in 2011. He had been active in the past in education and local youth organizations having lived in Carroll County for 32 years. He has done several sprint triathlons with his youngest son (who ran XC and track for Century) as well as on his own. He has run, biked and/or hiked with all 3 of his children. And has run 5Ks with granddaughters soon after their birth :) . He has produced the ERR newsletter (Rogue Record) since 2015 and is a member of the timing team. Though now living in downtown Frederick, he continues to enjoy the encouragement, activity and comradery that is unique to ERR.