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Footwear headquarters in the Pearl District, one of the company’s taglines, “The Hybrid Life,” struck me as a true Portland ethos. We are a community that wants to grow, but control the sprawl and protect the environ- ment. We live in a location that features city living, but the beaches, mountains and high desert are just short drives away. And for MAC members, the club offers a plethora of athletic activities coupled with numerous social options. All support a true and healthy hybrid life.


O Ed Stoner AthletiC direCtor A recent study I read spoke about another


type of hybrid life that is certainly not healthy. The article reported how researchers have discovered a fascinating paradox within the public opinion on obesity. According to the findings of the study, more than half of Americans (52 percent) think obesity is the nation’s biggest health concern, but almost every American views themselves as “well” (91 percent) or “being in good health” (76 percent). This leads researchers to believe that most people do not consider themselves a part of the problem.


“Americans need a wake-up call,” says Jan Maurer, MD, vice president and medical director of Health Dialog. “People need to realize that lifestyle factors are actually life- and-death factors. With over 50 percent of U.S. healthcare costs attributable to chronic disease, we literally cannot afford to continue living as we are. Americans must take a good look in the mirror and realize that the ‘they’ are actually ‘we.’” I encourage you to find that healthy


balance for the person in the mirror. MAC offers many options to support a healthy hybrid life, from workouts to nutritious dining to supportive social networks. We offer activi- ties and adventures that take advantage of the local geography, from city walks to mountain hikes to surfing lessons at the beach. Take advantage of MAC and the hybrid life that is available to you and avoid what many feel to be the nation’s biggest health concern. I look forward to seeing you around the club this month. WM


n a recent visit to the Keen


Club Scoreboard


Honoring MAC members for placing first, second or third in state, regional, national or international athletic competitions.


GYMNASTICS


Level 4, 5 and 6 State Championships, Bend, Dec. 4-5, 2010 1st, level 4, Ch A 6-8 vault – Rocky Farnell; 2nd, level 4, Ch A 6-8 bars – Farnell; 1st, level 4, Ch A 6-8 beam – Farnell; 1st, level 4, Ch A 6-8 floor – Farnell; 1st, level 4, Ch A 6-8 all-around – Farnell


1st, level 4, Ch B 6-8 vault – Ellie Wirth; 2nd, level 4, Ch B 6-8 floor – Wirth; 1st, level 4, Ch B 6-8 all-around – Wirth 2nd, level 4, Jr A 9 bars – Lauren Look 1st, level 4, Jr A 9 vault – Megan McVeigh 3rd, level 4, Jr C 10 vault – Annabelle Arntson 2nd, level 4, Sr A 11 vault – Caleigh Warner; 1st, level 4, Sr A 11 bars – Warner; 1st, level 4, Sr A


11 beam – Warner; 3rd, level 4, Sr A 11 floor – Warner; 2nd, level 4, Sr A 11 all-around – Warner 1st, level 4, Sr A11 vault – Phoebe Kioschos; 1st, level 4, SR A11 bars – Kioschos; 2nd, level 4, Sr A11 beam – Kioschos; 1st, level 4, Sr A11 floor – Kioschos; 1st level 4, Sr A11 all-around – Kioschos


3rd, level 4, Sr A11 bars – Nicole Niedermeyer; 3rd, level 4, Sr A11 beam – Niedermeyer; 3rd, level 4, Sr A11 all-around – Niedermeyer 3rd, level 4, Sr A11 vault – Annie Novak; 2nd, level 4, Sr A11 – Novak 3rd, level 4, Sr bars – Sydney Stark 2nd, level 4, Sr bars – Isabelle Szabo; 2nd, level 4, Sr beam – Szabo; 2nd, level 4, Sr all-around –


Szabo


1st, level 4, Sr bars – Eva Sayre; 1st, level 4, Sr beam – Sayre; 2nd, level 4, Sr floor – Sayre; 1st, level 4, Sr all-around – Sayre 3rd, level 4, Sr vault – Isabel Weiss; 1st, level 4, Sr floor – Weiss; 3rd, level 4, Sr all-around –


Weiss 1st, vault – level 4 team; 1st, bars – level 4 team; 1st, floor – level 4 team; 1st, all-around – level 4 team


1st, level 5, Ch B 7-9 bars – Katherine Ager; 1st, level 5, Ch B 7-9 beam – Ager; 3rd, level 5, Ch B 7-9 floor – Ager; 1st, level 5, Ch B 7-9 all-around – Ager 3rd, level 5, Jr A 10 vault – Anna Rumaner; 3rd, level 5, Jr A 10 beam – Rumaner; 3rd, level 5, Jr A 10 all-around – Anna Rumaner 1st, level 5, Jr B11 beam – Nicole Marchesi; 3rd, level 5, Jr B11 all-around – Marchesi 2nd, level 5, Sr A 12 bars – Alicia Bauer 3rd, level 5, Sr A 12 beam – Abby Hungate 2nd, level 5, Sr A 12 beam – Jaimee Kincaid; 2nd, level 5, Sr A 12 floor – Kincaid 1st, level 5, Sr B 13-plus bars – Sarah Fardanesh; 1st, level 5, Sr B 13-plus beam – Fardanesh; 2nd, level 5, Sr B 13-plus all-around – Fardanesh 1st, beam – level 5 team 1st, level 6, Ch B 8-10 vault – Regan Rice; 2nd, level 6, Ch B 8-10 bars – Rice; 1st, level 6, Ch B 8-10 floor – Rice; 1st, level 6, Ch B 8-10 all-around – Rice 3rd, level 6, Jr A 11 vault – Mary Packham; 3rd, level 6, Jr A 11 bars – Packham; 1st, level 6, Jr A


11 beam – Packham; 1st, level 6, Jr A 11 floor – Packham; 1st, level 6, Jr A 11 all-around – Packham 2nd, level 6, Jr B 12 floor – Alexis Renshaw 3rd, level 6, Sr 13-plus vault – Mckenna Spathas; 3rd, level 6, Sr 13-plus floor – Spathas; 2nd, level 6, Sr 13-plus all-around –Spathas 1st, level 6, Sr 13-plus vault – Catherine Thompson; 1st, level 6, Sr 13-plus bars – Thompson; 2nd, level 6, Sr 13-plus floor – Thompson 2nd, level 6, Sr 13-plus vault – McKenna Hughes; 1st, level 6, Sr 13-plus bars – Hughes; 1st, level 6, Sr 13-plus beam – Hughes; 1st, level 6, Sr 13-plus floor – Hughes; 1st, level 6, Sr 13-plus all- around – Hughes 1st, vault – level 6 team; 2nd bars – level 6 team; 1st, beam – level 6 team; 1st, floor – level 6 team; 1st, all-around – level 6 team


The Winged M relies upon individuals and committees to submit event results for the Club scoreboard. to submit an item: Fill out a Club scoreboard form providing the athlete’s name, sport, event, date and standing (first, second or third place) and submit the form to Athletic services. Forms are available in Athletic services.


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