Lub Dub brings hearts together


The ninth annual Lub Dub 5/10K Run/Walk took off promptly at 8 a.m. Saturday in the south parking lot of Bothwell Regional Health Center on East 15th Street. The run, which benefits the Camye Callis Gaspard Memorial Heart Fund, had approximately 568 runners participating in the annual race. Lisa Church, BRHC Foundation executive director, said “early indications” showed they might have set a record with $40,000 raised during the event.


Rebekah Thompson, left, of Sedalia, signs up Saturday morning for the ninth annual Lub Dub 5/10K Run/Walk with BRHC Community Outreach Coordinator Melissa Boeschen. Thompson said she planned to run the 10K and had participated for the last five years.


Lub Dub Race Director Rick Schlesselman, left, of Cole Camp, addresses the race participants Saturday before the run/walk began with the rules for the run. Beau Matthews, a DJ with 105.5 KIX FM radio, is on right. Schlesselman stressed safety and gave participants directions for the 5K and 10K. He also stated that competitive runners would be first at the start line, other runners in the center and those who were walking at the rear.


Runners and walkers of all ages participated in the Lub Dub 5/10K Run/Walk on Saturday. Lisa Church, BRHC Foundation executive director, said all of the proceeds from the run stay in the local area to help those with heart disease.


The ninth annual Lub Dub 5/10K Run/Walk took off promptly at 8 a.m. Saturday in the south parking lot of Bothwell Regional Health Center on East 15th Street. The run, which benefits the Camye Callis Gaspard Memorial Heart Fund, had approximately 568 runners participating in the annual race. Lisa Church, BRHC Foundation executive director, said “early indications” showed they might have set a record with $40,000 raised during the event.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD050216LubDubRun-1-2.jpgThe ninth annual Lub Dub 5/10K Run/Walk took off promptly at 8 a.m. Saturday in the south parking lot of Bothwell Regional Health Center on East 15th Street. The run, which benefits the Camye Callis Gaspard Memorial Heart Fund, had approximately 568 runners participating in the annual race. Lisa Church, BRHC Foundation executive director, said “early indications” showed they might have set a record with $40,000 raised during the event.

Rebekah Thompson, left, of Sedalia, signs up Saturday morning for the ninth annual Lub Dub 5/10K Run/Walk with BRHC Community Outreach Coordinator Melissa Boeschen. Thompson said she planned to run the 10K and had participated for the last five years.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD050216LubDubRun-2-2.jpgRebekah Thompson, left, of Sedalia, signs up Saturday morning for the ninth annual Lub Dub 5/10K Run/Walk with BRHC Community Outreach Coordinator Melissa Boeschen. Thompson said she planned to run the 10K and had participated for the last five years.

Lub Dub Race Director Rick Schlesselman, left, of Cole Camp, addresses the race participants Saturday before the run/walk began with the rules for the run. Beau Matthews, a DJ with 105.5 KIX FM radio, is on right. Schlesselman stressed safety and gave participants directions for the 5K and 10K. He also stated that competitive runners would be first at the start line, other runners in the center and those who were walking at the rear.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD050216LubDubRun-3-2.jpgLub Dub Race Director Rick Schlesselman, left, of Cole Camp, addresses the race participants Saturday before the run/walk began with the rules for the run. Beau Matthews, a DJ with 105.5 KIX FM radio, is on right. Schlesselman stressed safety and gave participants directions for the 5K and 10K. He also stated that competitive runners would be first at the start line, other runners in the center and those who were walking at the rear.

Runners and walkers of all ages participated in the Lub Dub 5/10K Run/Walk on Saturday. Lisa Church, BRHC Foundation executive director, said all of the proceeds from the run stay in the local area to help those with heart disease.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD050216LubDubRun-4-2.jpgRunners and walkers of all ages participated in the Lub Dub 5/10K Run/Walk on Saturday. Lisa Church, BRHC Foundation executive director, said all of the proceeds from the run stay in the local area to help those with heart disease.

The ninth annual Lub Dub 5/10K Run/Walk took off promptly at 8 a.m. Saturday in the south parking lot of Bothwell Regional Health Center on East 15th Street. The run, which benefits the Camye Callis Gaspard Memorial Heart Fund, had approximately 568 runners participating in the annual race. Lisa Church, BRHC Foundation executive director, said “early indications” showed they might have set a record with $40,000 raised during the event.

Rebekah Thompson, left, of Sedalia, signs up Saturday morning for the ninth annual Lub Dub 5/10K Run/Walk with BRHC Community Outreach Coordinator Melissa Boeschen. Thompson said she planned to run the 10K and had participated for the last five years.

Lub Dub Race Director Rick Schlesselman, left, of Cole Camp, addresses the race participants Saturday before the run/walk began with the rules for the run. Beau Matthews, a DJ with 105.5 KIX FM radio, is on right. Schlesselman stressed safety and gave participants directions for the 5K and 10K. He also stated that competitive runners would be first at the start line, other runners in the center and those who were walking at the rear.

Runners and walkers of all ages participated in the Lub Dub 5/10K Run/Walk on Saturday. Lisa Church, BRHC Foundation executive director, said all of the proceeds from the run stay in the local area to help those with heart disease.

Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Sedalia Democrat

Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

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