Tutus and Running Shoes

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"Tutus and Running Shoes" a team to help the NATIONAL CHILDHOOD OBESITY FOUNDATION...

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As a mother it is my duty to be a part of "change" for our children's future, therefore I am joinging the fight on childhood obesity! And my goal is to raise $10,000.00 for the Childhood Obesity Foundation.

Hello, my name is Sheva and I am the founder and Executive Race Director for “Tutus and Running Shoes.” I am an Air Force Veteran and I have been running for over 20 years. After retiring from the Air Force and returning back to my home state of Georgia, I was totally shocked to find out that Georgia, has the nation’s second highest childhood obesity rate behind Mississippi! And I can almost see why...

In 2010 I gave birth to my first child and in 2011 my second child was born. After being pregnant for over two years I was anxious to get back to running and to drop off my unwanted baby fat. So I bought a double jogging stroller and attempted to register for some local races. And to my surprise I quickly learned that most running groups and series are not family oriented. After being told one to many times “no strollers allowed” I decided to form my own running series titled, “Tutus and Running Shoes.” So why the name “Tutus and Running Shoes”… Well in addition to being a full time Mommy I am also the owner of an online tutu boutique named, “Ziggy and Tootie Boutique”. Respectfully named after my daughters. So what better name for this movement than “Tutus and Running Shoes”??? And yes…we do run in tutus!

We pledge to run a 5K or more each month in the state of Georgia. And we invite your family and friends to join us. together lets "Run Down Childhood Obesity!"

Team Captain

Sheva Quinn Sheva Quinn

I want to make a difference by encouraging young girls to get active and to make better nutritional choices