WEST ALEXANDRIA — The Twin Valley South Career Based Intervention Scarecrow Scamper 5K and 10K was held on Saturday, Oct. 10, during the West Alexandria Oktoberfest festivities. The event featured 54 participants of all ages.
Robin Judd, CBI Coordinator, and her students Maddi Ankrom, Daniel Blankenship, David Blankenship, Denton Blaylock, Courtney Carr, Ryan Cline, Austin Haber, Jazmin Lutz, Martin Paek, Matthew Pence, David Rike, Dalton White and Sam Walters organized and participated in the event as a fund raiser for their program.
“Thanks to the Kiwanis Club and the community of West Alexandria for their overwhelming support of this event,” said Judd.
The crew also thanked the many area businesses, churches and individuals who sponsor the run.
In a statement, Judd acknowledged the following businesses and individuals for their overwhelming support: Tim’s Auto Service, Roselius Insurance Agency, Twin Creek Tea Room, WA Subway, LAWNPlus , Weber’s Body & Frame, McDonald’s, Dr. Matt Roberts and Preble County Chiropractic , Prices Creek Veterinary Service, Judy Smith at Acclaim Awards, First Impression Wear, Buckeye Jake’s, LCNB National Bank, David F. Sikora DDS, Aaron and Martha Maggard at Better Homes and Gardens/Bighill Real Estate, Jim Robbin’s Home Improvements, Skyline, Bratt Tasties and the St. John Lutheran Church in Ingomar The staff from TVS that volunteer their time to make this possible are Glen Mabry, Sheryl Byrd and Cathy Ackerman.
Timing of the races was provided by CantStopRunning.com/results/ and official race results may be found there.
Other Award recipients include: youngest participant, Abigail McGuire, age 12 and oldest participant, Bonnie Brooks, age 85. All area 5K and 10K running and walking enthusiasts are invited to participate in next year’s Scarecrow Scamper on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016.