© 2019 by Meg's Miles

​​Hebrews 12:1 - Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a huge crowd of witnesses to the life of faith, let us strip off every weight that slows us down, especially the sin that so easily trips us up. And let us run with endurance the race God has set before us.

5K Run/Walk

Atlee High School

January 11, 2020

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On Friday morning, June 3, 2016 family, friends, and supporters all witnessed Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe sign a bill creating a special license plate in memory of Hanover County mother and runner Meg Cross Menzies.

A drunk driver killed Meg two years ago while she was on a training run for the Boston Marathon. Her husband Scott was running with her. 

Organizers spent the early part of the year gathering the necessary pre-orders for the special plates, with Frank Engler designing the plates, which feature a silhouette of Meg Menzies and the Richmond skyline. Both houses of the General Assembly passed the bill unanimously during their session this year.

At the signing, Meg's mother Pam Cross shared her thoughts on the lasting tribute to her late daughter. "It means an awful lot to be able to share Meg's story with the Commonwealth of Virginia," Cross said at Friday's signing. "People will know about her life. People will be aware of drunk driving, that it's wrong to get behind the wheel of a car and drive when you've been drinking, whether it's a little or a lot, you just don't know."

If you are interested in ordering a plate, you can click on the link below. Out of state residents can order a souvenir plate.

Order Meg's Miles Specialty Plate Here.



January 12 2019: 5K For The Journey

#megsmiles Runs RVA 2019

Thursday, November 14th

4 - 8pm Expo

FRIday, November 15th

9am Memorial Run at Meg's Memorial

Coffee and other refreshments at The Depot in Ashland following the run

11am – 9pm Expo (our table will be set up until 5:30)

6pm Pre-race dinner at Cool Spring Baptist Church

SATURDAY, November 16th


6pm Dinner at Hanover Tavern

SUNday, November 17th

10am Church service at Cool Spring Baptist Church

(Usually followed by a memorial visit)

12/12:30pm Lunch at El Azteca

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Women's Conference 

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January 12 2019: 5K For The Journey

March 21, 2020: Meg's miles Women's Conference

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