Motto - Perserverance
SIMM is a group of African American women with a shared interest in fitness and fellowship. SIMM meets every Saturday morning to run or walk (or both). SIMM gives back by gathering to enjoy each other's friendship and volunteering to serve during local races for charity. SIMM also travel to various cities participating in full and half marathons.SIM Inagural 5K Run/Walk, Project 38108
What We Do
Sisters-In-Motion-Memphis members meet weekly to run, jog, walk or all three, in various locations throughout Memphis and Shelby County. Since its inception, members have participated in local races such as the St Jude Half and Full Marathons and Race for the Cure, as well as national and international Half and Full Marathons. In an effort to raise awareness about the importance of healthy lifestyles, SIMM hosts seminars on nutrition and becoming physically active.
Firecracker 5K Memphis, TN July 3, 2009
The Ladies rocked the Coca Cola 10K RacesCoca Cola 10K Run Corith, MS May 1, 2015. SIM and BRG connected for a photo.
Coca Cola 10K Run Corith, MS May 4, 2013. SIM only photo.
The 2013 SIMS 5K walk/run is featured in Health and Fitness September 2013 issue: cover, page 26 and race flyer on page 43.
Enrollment for Sisters-In-Motion-Memphis will re-open in 2016.
Please continue to visit our website www.sistersinmotionmemphis.org for current news on Sisters-In-Motion-Memphis (SIMM).
Christ Community Health Services (CCHS) dedicates classroom in honorSisters-In-Motion Memphis...
for our $100,000 contribution to the organization and campaign. This accomplishment raised significant awareness of infant mortality and women's health issue in Memphis and Shelby County through our SIM 5K Walk/Run 2010-2014.
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Thank you!SIM 5TH Annual 5K Walk/Runwas a success!
Sisters-In-Motion-Memphis began with a small group of concerned African-American women (Tanya Bowley, Kim Collins, Renee Horne, Jayna Kelly, Linda Sessoms, Clintonia Simmons and Faye Simmons) who decided to take charge of their lifestyles by promoting wellness.
Members of the group, who range in age from 24-60+, stay in motion through running, jogging and walking. Membership has grown to more than 130, with participants from diverse professions such as teachers, lawyers, healthcare professionals, financiers, entrepreneurs, journalists, business professionals, graduate students and home makers.