May 10, 2017

Local Actor Returns Home for Speakers Square

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The Healthy Lifestyle Expo hosts Speakers Square during designated hours on Friday, May 19 and Saturday, May 20 on the exhibit floor. The lineup features Jim Klock of Fredericksburg, VA, who doesn’t just play a police officer in movies and on TV, he lives the part having served 19 years in law enforcement in both Alexandria and Stafford, VA. Klock, still a part-time deputy sheriff for Stafford County, has worked and trained in many areas of law enforcement including SWAT tactics and hostage negotiations. He is also a former narcotics detective who has most recently appeared in films including “Deep Water Horizon.” His television series credits include “True Detective,” “Scream Queens,” “The Astronaut Wives Club,” “24,” and “The Wire,” to name a few.

Come say “hello” to Jim on Friday or Saturday. Listen to tips on how to handle Hospital Hill and run strong from Lucky Road. Get the weather report at a meet and greet with Historic Half participant and NBC4 meteorologist Chuck Bell. Score a few selfies with the Historic Half town crier. See schedule for specific times. Speakers Square is located on the main Expo floor next to the Historic Half store.

Friday, May 19

5 p.m. Actor Jim Klock
5:30 p.m. Historic Half Tips from Lucky Road, specialty running

Saturday, May 20

11 a.m. Chuck Bell, NBC4 Meteorologist and Historic Half finisher
11:30 a.m. Bart Yasso, Runner’s World Chief Running Officer
12:30 p.m. Rick Nealis, Marine Corps Marathon Director
1 p.m. “Meet the Town Crier”
1:30 p.m. Historic Half Tip from Lucky Road
2 p.m. Actor Jim Klock

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Recognized for impeccable organization on an iconic course managed by the US Marines in Arlington, VA and the nation’s capital, the Marine Corps Marathon is one of the largest marathons in the US and the world. Known as ‘the best marathon for beginners,’ the MCM is the largest marathon in the world that doesn’t offer prize money, earning its nickname, “The People’s Marathon.” The weekend also offers the MCM10K and MCM50K.