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Glow for Life 5 K results
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The Suicide Prevention Task Force of Central Kansas Partnership held the “Golden Belt Glow for Life” Remembrance Ceremony, Glow Walk and competitive 5 K Glow Run at 7 p.m. on Sept. 10, at Vet’s Park in Great Bend. The event was very well attended and the task force would like to thank the entire community for their participation and support for suicide prevention.
Proceeds from Glow for Life are being used to provide Suicide Prevention education in our community. Luke Maxwell will present “More Than Moody: Signs of Depression in your Teen” on Tuesday, Sept. 13, at 7 p.m. at Great Bend High School Auditorium. Parents and everyone from the area are invited to attend to hear his message of healing and hope. There is no charge for admission.
Luke will speak to middle school and high school students from Barton County on Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 14 and 15.
The Glow for Life 5 K competitive run and the Glow Walk at Sunset were completed by more than 100 participants on Saturday evening.
The results of the Glow for Life 5 K are:
Men 19 & Under
1st Paul Rziha 29:43:00
2nd Jaxson Schartz 45:51:00
Men 20-29
1st Laramie Peters 26:50:00
2nd Curtis Arnberger 29:16:00
3rd Tyler Lemhkuhl 31:17:00
Women 19 & Under
1st Breanna Schartz 28:01:00
Women 20-29
1st Callie Owen 29:27:00
2nd Danielle Carroll 35:02:00
Women 30-39
1st Christy Hamby 28:21:00
2nd Joy Wetig 34:47:00
Women 40-49
1st Patty Halseth 27:35:00
2nd Robin Rziha 29:45:00
3rd Charity Muth 31:16:00
Women 50-59
1st Melanie Moser 31:34:00
2nd Mary Keener 36:09:00
3rd Susan Colglazier 36:48:00
For more information about the Golden Belt Glow for Life or community suicide prevention education, please contact Janel Rose at Barton County Health Department, or 620-793-1902.