We had a beautiful morning on Aug. 30 for the Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic’s “Resiliency Run and Ride” on the Homer Spit. We thank all of the participants, younger and older, on foot and wheels, who showed up at low tide to run, walk or ride on the 1K and 5K beach loops from Mariner Park.
The top finishers were:
• 5K male: Pedro Ochoa, Erik Helland and Owen Glassman;
• 5K female: Michelle Mitchell, Emily Helland and Alayne Tetor;
• 5K bikers: Donna Aderhold and Andy Passic; and
• 1K: Sadie, Stella and Sascha Petersen.
All results are posted at KBFPC.org.
We appreciate all the volunteers who came out to support the R.E.C. Room and the resiliency enriching programs in our community; Anna, Doug, Jake and the R.E.C. Room crew and Lilli, Zane and the PHAT team; Heather, Catriona, Selena and the KBFPC staff; Kim, Shay, Zelda, Taylor, Mary Lou, Bill, Melon, Megan, Irene, Frankie and the KBFPC board of directors; Nelton for the great poster; Brad for the awesome resiliency T-shirt image; Mike and Youth on Record; Falcom for Zumba; Kammi for her hoops; Melissa for her giant bubble-maker; Red with Homer Early Childhood Coalition for rubber duckies; Catriona and Derek for the fantastic beach course; Two Sisters Bakery; The Bagel Shop; K Bay Caffe; Wells Fargo; Homer Cycling Club; Haven House and Tara with Girls on the Run; South Peninsula Hospital, and Cycle Logical. Thank you for a successful celebration of resiliency in all of our lives.
Mary Lou Kelsey, vice president