There’s nothing like Portland Pie and craft beer in the morning after a 10K run. This 18th annual fall fundraiser for Portland Trails gets more than 1,500 people out on the trails, with an after-party on the Eastern Promenade. #trailtoale2017
Volunteers Seth Gill and Bridgette Kelley with Catherine Buxton, communications coordinator for Portland Trails.
Rodney Mondor, Camden Ege, Allie Platts, Stacy Stewart and Tarynne Scott, all University of Southern Maine employees.
Dave Benham and Paul Griffin, both of Portland.
Amy Benes of Illinois.
Breakfast of champions!
Kirsten Bombardier and Kirk Benson of Portland.
Checking out the race results.
Madison Moran of Portland, Greg Field of Yarmouth and Doug Welch of Portland.
Bob Scarpelli of Old Orchard Beach and John Chapman of Brunswick.
Representing Portland Pie Co.
Jeff Joyce of Portland and Nick Plante of Kittery.
Jerry Conley, Dennis Levandoski, Heather McGeough and Lea Foley.
Mallory Lancaster, Carolyn Force (and baby-to-be Penelope) and Kimberly Buoniauto of sponsor Jade Integrated Health.
Runner Hanna Bonaituo
Sisters Kelly Hurley of Portland and Katheryn Vandermeer of New Hampshire.
Ellen Belknap, Dawn Stiles, George Campbell and April Wernig, all of Portland.
Matthew Schott and Mathias Florenz, both of Portland.
Josh Geib of Bath with Kim Williams and Katie Rustin of Portland.
Dan Westhoven and Erin Benner of Falmouth.
Participants include everyone from competitive runners to families out with the kids and a stroller.
Steve Desjardins, second place male Portland Trails member.
Tayrn Turcotte of South Portland with her English shepherd Lacy and friend Candace Sabol of Corinth.
Mariko and Julian Nevu, Gretchen Speed and Kara and Lane Gordon, all of Portland. Gretchen was the first-place finisher among women ages 35-39.
Andre Tranchemontagne of Portland, Jenna Eagleton of South Portland and Adam Sousa of Portland.
The first three across the finish line: Chris Harmon (second) of Portland, Spencer McElwain of Portland (first) and Ryan McCalmon of Cape Elizabeth (third).
Alexandra Peacock of Williamstown, Mass., came in first place among female Portland Trail members.
Lauren Lauzier of Jade Integrated Health led after-race yoga.
Neighbors Ruthie Hemming and Teresa Stringer of Scarborough.