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RC Color Run a Success; Planning for Street Car Days 5K Obstacle Course Begins

RC Color Run a Success; Planning for Street Car Days 5K Obstacle Course Begins

May 25, 2019

The Red Cloud Community Foundation Fund (RCCFF) hosted its 2nd Annual Alumni Weekend 5K and its first ever Color Run on Saturday, May 25th. 91 runners signed up for the race, which is an all-time record for RCCFF 5K events. Loosely modeled after a similar national event, a color run encourages athletes of all ability levels to have fun and get messy. The race starts with runners in white shirts—at intervals along the route, runners are doused in a full rainbow of colors. In the RCCFF version, prizes were awarded. Justin Petsch was the winner of race and Top Male finisher. For the men, Jason Heldt finished 2nd and Sterling Frey was the top finisher in the 18 and under category. Ella Marker from Blue Hill was the Top Female finisher, Marissa Petsch finished 2nd, and Julia Shipman won the under 18 category and donated her prize back to RCCFF. Shannon Schriner and “The Kiehl Clan” won the award for Best Dressed Team. Funds from the event will go into RCCFF’s General Account. RCCFF wishes to recognize the contributions of all the volunteers, sponsors, and participants who made this year’s race such a success and to thank their lead sponsors, The Red Cloud B&B at the Kaley House and the Gary Thompson Agency for making the race possible.

If you want to get in on the fun or missed your chance to participate, don’t worry as RCCFF will host their 4th Annual Street Car Days 5K and 2nd Annual Warrior Way Obstacle Course at 8pm on Friday, August 2nd. Contact Stacie Heldt, Lisa Mahin, or Jarrod McCartney for more information to contribute an obstacle to the course. Look for a registration form on visitredcloud.com soon. RCCFF thanks their lead sponsors Casey’s, the Kaley House, and the Gary Thompson Agency for making the 5K the Warrior Way race possible.