Runners, walkers trot to help CCCS

Published 10:40 am Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Nearly 150 runners and walkers participated in the 11th annual Turkey Trot Saturday morning at Lykins Park.

Though, nearly 250 people overall participated in the trot in some way whether it was running or registering to buy a T-shirt and donate, Clark County Community Services director Debbie Fatkin said.

“We are really pleased with the number,” Fatkin said.

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This year was the event’s second year at Lykins Park.

The Turkey Trot 5K is a fundraiser for Clark County Community Services.

The mission of CCCS is to provide a one stop place where Clark County families can receive assistance in time of crises and to promote responsive families toward self-sufficiency.

All proceeds from Turkey Trot 5K 2018 will benefit the 1,300 families seeking food, clothing, utility assistance and housing assistance each month. Fatkin said they will not know the total proceeds raised for another month.

“To put on a successful Turkey Trot is very beneficial to our families,” Fatkin said.

As part of the event, Fatkin said a tree was planted at Lykins Park in honor of Graham Johns, who was on the CCCS board for 20 years and served as the emcee at the Turkey Trot. The tree was planted near the softball fields at the park.



First: Frank Kraft

Second: Michael Sellers

Third: Julia Graves

Overall, male

First: Frank Kraft

Second: Michael Sellers

Third: Ryan Scott

Overall, female

First: Julia Graves

Second: Jessica Ness

Third: Savannah Thomas

8 and under, male

First: Marshall Wedwick

Second: Colin Wangler

8 and under, female

First: Marissa Thomas

Second: Evie Durrence

9-10, male

First: Dayne Fite

9-10, female

First: Savannah Thomas

11-12, female

First: Hannah Manley

13-15, male

First: Dallas Hall

Second: Zeke Ross

Third: Conner Brown

13-15, female

First: Ea Nisbet

Second: Lauren Lewis

Third: Talen Spargo

16-19, male

First: Ganon Steele

16-19, female

First: Julia Graves

Second: Fiona Farrer

20-24, male

First: Dustin Pennington

Second: Andrew Kain

Third: Brandon Rice

20-24, female

First: Rayne Wooding

Second: Jocelyn Bartmess

Third: Alexis Apoclara

25-29, male

First: Michael Sturgill

Second: Jordan Willoughby

Third: Andrew Ware

25-29, female

First: Tiffany Fletcher

Second: Ashley Tackett

Third: Chelsea Campbell

30-34, male

First: Shane Elliot

Second: Kyle Amburgey

Third: Wesley Smith

30-34, female

First: Jessica Ness

Second: Allison Nelson

Third: Elizabeth Letcher

35-39, male

First: Josh Tackett

Second: Phillip Hatton

Third: JD Allen

35-39, female

First: Lindsay McKinney

Second: April Stanfield

Third: Leslie Hatton

40-44, male

First: Tony Blevins

Second: Matt Mattingly

Third: Jason Taulbee

40-44, female

First: Lisa Manley

Second: Shannon Isaac

Third: Wendy Berryman

45-49, male

First: Tim Gibson

Second: Bart Williams

Third: Christopher Waive Sellers

45-49, female

First: Melissa Dean

Second: Deborah Jackson

Third: Betsy Banks

50-54, male

First: David Ward

Second: Daniel Farrer

Third: Danny Drew

50-54, female

First: Debbie Spencer

Second: Rita Waive Rowady

Third: Ann Farrer

55-59, male

First: Richard Hopkins

Second: David Alexander

Third: Vince Taylor

55-59, female

First: Carolyn Pace

Second: Susan Johnson

Third: Ann Cheuvront

60-64, male

First: Greg Creteau

Second: Vernon Shearer

Third: Ken Hogan

60-64, female

First: Janie Gross

Second: Glenda Viars

Third: Christine Refitt

65-69, male

First: David Smith

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Lashana Harney is a reporter for The Winchester Sun. Her beats include schools and education, business and commerce, Winchester Municipal Utilities and other news. To contact her, email or call 859-759-0015.

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