NORTHRIDGE PACERS
 

Northridge Pacers Track Club Celebrates It's 40th Year Anniversary est.1974 

Hello Pacer Families,
Cross Country Registration is now open!
Please go to link below to create an account and sign up for our 2014 Cross Country Season

For returning Pacer athletes there is no need to supply another copy of the Birth Certificate. However, for new athletes please bring in your Birth Certificate to first day of practice. (Flyer attached with practice schedule)
https://northridge-pacers-track-club.sportssignup.com

!!!watch what could happen if you don't look before crossing the track!!!
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Contact Us

Email:
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W
ebsite:
www.NorthridgePacers.org

Mailing Address:
Northridge Pacers
Track Club
P.O. Box 34152
Granada Hills, CA
91394-4152

FAX: 818 446 4819 

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USATF's Fast Forward
The official magazine of USA Track & Field

Guzman-Sanchez
"Family finding a connection through track and field"
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-2010 Junior Olympic Champions-

Northridge Pacer Midget Boys win 4x100 Relay Junior Olympic Final!!!
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Northridge Pacers Track And Field Club

!!!TURN UP THE VOLUME!!!

Our Family

The Northridge Pacers Track Club is an organization that promotes youth fitness and team spirit through our Youth Track and Youth Cross Country programs (Ages 4 to 18). Through these programs, we believe that we make a small contribution to the growth and success of our children. All services are provided by volunteers, whether it be coaching or administrative duties. The fees we charge are given back to our children in the form of trophies, ribbons, uniforms, a yearbook, and a picnic, as well as maintaining and replacing the necessary equipment.

We join similar organizations in friendly competition. Our signups are open to any youngster in the greater Los Angeles area. No athlete is turned away. We teach them skills and stress that they have a good time, but also point out that if something is worth doing, it demands their time, attention and devotion. This, obviously, has been a successful approach, as the Pacers has grown to become a club of over 250 athletes. Many of the club's runners have won National Championships, City High School Championships and others have become simply better citizens because of their experience with the club.

Our motivation is the concept of run for fun; everyone is a winner just by his or her participation. With this attitude, we feel we can best help our young develop in body and mind, and be better able to deal with the challenges of school and life.

We find our athletes, parents, and sponsors similarly motivated.

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The Story of the Northridge Pacers

The Northridge Pacers Track Club was originally founded in 1974.  Ken Futernick, then with the Northridge Knights, a football and basketball organization, recognized the need for a youth track and field team in the area.  He lobbied the Knights organization and was successful in founding the division and ran the club through its formative years.  By 1980 it was time to become independent of the Knights, and so on March 1, 1981, the Northridge Pacers became an independent non-profit organization, listed with the State of California.


The Northridge Pacers Track Club is an organization that promotes youth fitness and team spirit through our Youth Track and Youth Cross Country programs (Ages 5 to 15). Through these programs, we believe that we make a small contribution to the growth and success of our children. All services are provided by volunteers, whether it be coaching or administrative duties. The fees we charge are given back to our children in the form of trophies, ribbons, uniforms, a yearbook, and a picnic, as well as maintaining and replacing the necessary equipment.


We join similar organizations in friendly competition. Our signups are open to any youngster in the greater Los Angeles area. No athlete is turned away. We teach them skills and stress that they have a good time, but also point out that if  something is worth doing, it demands their time, attention and devotion. This, obviously, has been a successful approach, as the Pacers has grown to become a club of over 250 athletes. Many of the club's runners have won National Championships, City High School Championships and others have become simply better citizens because of their experience with the club.


Our motivation is the concept of run for fun; everyone is a winner just by his or her participation. With this attitude, we feel we can best help our young develop in body and mind, and be better able to deal with the challenges of school and life.

We find our athletes, parents, and sponsors similarly motivated.

 


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UPCOMING EVENTS
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HEADLINES
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2014 Raffle Drawing Winners
Brenda Ramirez-1st Prize $ 2000.00
Tara Risner-2nd Prize $1000.00
Paola Arroyave-3rd Prize $500.00


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