Tuesday Nov 22 2011 comments MandaRun 2011 By: Photo by Kim Palaferri/Loomis News -A +A Buy This Photo Now The Gray family stretches before they hit the pavement for the MandaRun. They all participate in the Franklin Elementary Trojan Trackers Running club. From Left is Paul, Aidan, Chloe in the back and Michele. #141 Ty Medd of Rocklin is the first one to make it across the finish line at the MandaRun. Michele Gray and her two children Aidan on the left, and Chloe, took part in the MandaRun to help raise funds for education. The Gray family runs with the Franklin Elementary Trojan Trackers Running club before school on Mondays and Wednesdays. Barbara Clawson gets some help from her husband Dave Clawson stretching so that she is in top shape for the MandaRun. Paul Gray is running to support schools and education and also get some exercise. Runners hit the streets in Loomis on a cold chilly morning for the 2011 MandaRun that raised funds for Loomis Basin Education Foundation. Toby Uptain-Villa makes it through the finish line as the number 3 finisher with Linda Ostenberg in tow. Brady Shaw, third grader at Franklin Elementary, makes if cross the finish line with ease after running a 5K. John Arrabit was the second finisher in just behind Ty Medd at the MandaRun. Zachary Clay and Jack Bailey celebrate their first 5K finish at the MandaRun. Susan McQueen and Shannon Elsemore take turns pushing Austin Sainsburg in her stroller during the MandaRun. Jacqueline Armand, fourth grader at Penryn Elementary School was the first kid to cross the finish line at the MandaRun. Armand ran the 5K. Joe Meyers, #144, races across the finish line during the MandaRun. Noah Beseler, Grace Beseler and Jamie Tevis enjoy a successful MandaRun while eating mandarins and talking about the race. Theses runners have the prize insight as they prepare to take off for the MandaRun 2011. From left is Alexa Lua, Joey Bollard, Ashley Dessert, and Megan Gentes who all ran the 5K. Beth and Jose Untalan get their faithful companion Bandit ready to start the race on a chilly rainy morning for the MandaRun.