All Kinds of News for June 06, 2018
Elements Wilderness Program invites you to join them at the San Rafael Classic Triathlon. On July 14th, Elements Wilderness Program will help host a fun and engaging weekend at Huntington State Park for the annual triathlon in support of Emery County Search and Rescue. Elements and various program friends will field multiple teams and individuals to support this worthy cause. The Search and Rescue Posse hosts a spaghetti dinner the night of the 13th, and after the race Elements will hold a barbeque for friends and family at the state park.
“The most important thing for everyone to know is that this event is designed to be fun,” says John Karren, Elements Co-owner and Admissions Director, who also volunteers his time each year as the Race Director of the triathlon. “You do not have to be a pro to have fun racing this course, by yourself or with friends. And the best part is that all proceeds go towards an organization that is very close to home for us, the Emery County Search and Rescue.”
The race itself hosts both Sprint and Olympic distances, with the Sprint course as follows: ½ mile swim, 20k bike ride, and a flat 5k run around the lake. The Olympic distances are double that.
Relay teams can take one leg each of the swim, bike, and run.
Please RSVP by calling John Karren (click here).
About Elements Wilderness
Since 2008, Elements Wilderness has been providing a specialized therapeutic intervention for adolescent boys aged 13-17. We at Elements envision a world in which everyone has the skills and support necessary to live a full and healthy life. Through innovative therapeutic and psychiatric intervention, a comprehensive outdoor living experience complete with expeditionary backpacking and adventure programming, a robust family program involving the family at every step, and evidence-based substance abuse treatment, we strive to provide our clients with intervention, treatment, and assessment.