Tiblow Days is a busy time for the Bonner Springs Rotary Club. Members help with the Ice Cream Social at the City Band performance, Annual Mayor’s Banquet,
Mayor’s Banquet hosted by the Bonner Springs Rotary
More than 200 runners and walkers participated in the 35th Annual Tiblow Trot 5 Mile Run/2 Mile Walk
and the 35th Annual Tiblow Trot 5 Mile Run/2 Mile Walk. Bonner Springs Rotarian and Race Coordinator Bruce Coleman said, “This year, we had 54 walkers and 160 runners, raising more than $3,000 for Bonner Springs High School scholarships and for the Polio Plus campaign. This race just keeps growing, and the Bonner Springs Rotary is proud to give back to our community.” Coleman shared there are race shirts available (no mediums) if interested in purchasing. The price is $5. Race results are posted here.
Other photos from the weekend.
Rotary President Judy Miksch sharing the almost 80 year impact the Bonner Springs Rotary has served its community.
The Marion Vaughn Community Service Award was given posthumously to Al Stuchlik, former Bonner Springs City Council member and volunteer for organizations like Vaughn-Trent Community Services, VFW Post 6401 and the Bonner Springs Horseshoe Tournament. Stuchlik’s daughters accepted the award on his behalf.
The Bonner Springs Rotary Community Highlights video was presented at the Mayor’s Banquet. If you missed it, you can watch it here.
Read more coverage of Tiblow Days here by the Bonner Springs Chieftain. All photos were provided by Caroline Boyer.
The Bonner Springs Rotary is proud to be one of the oldest service organizations in Bonner Springs that continues to thrive and grow. For almost 80 years, it has participated in a variety of community and international service projects annually, raising more than $100,000 in 10 years. We’re looking for those who want to make a difference in the world. Come join our team!
City Band Concert on Thursday, August 22 at 8:30 p.m. at Kelly Murphy Park. Plus, enjoy the annual Ice Cream Social put on by the Bonner Springs Rotary Club, all proceeds support Bonner Springs community projects. Stop by and say Hi!
Mayor’s Banquet on Friday, August 23, 6-9 p.m. at the Bonner Springs High School cafeteria, located at 100 McDanield Bonner Springs, KS 66012. Contact Bill Miller at 913.422.7337 if interested in purchasing tickets. $20 per ticket. Mayor Harrington will give the “State of the City” address and present the Marion Vaughn Community Service Award to Al Stuchlik posthumously. Judy Miksch, Rotary Club President, will make a short presentation on the Rotary Club’s activities for the past year. The featured speaker is Dan Brungardt, Unified School District No. 204 Superintendent.
The 35th Annual Bonner Springs Rotary Tiblow Trot 2 Mile Walk and 5 Mile Run is August 24th at 7 a.m. Register online now. Or download the 2013 Tiblow Trot Form, print and mail in. Meet at Kelly Murphy Park at 2nd and Elm Street in Bonner Springs, KS. All funds raised go toward scholarships and the Rotary’s Polio Plus Program to end Polio worldwide. Learn more here.
Club Member Updates:
Sol Jacobson: Please continue to send your thoughts and prayers to Sol, Ali and Silas. He now weighs at 7 lbs.
Roger Miller: Turned 80 years old! Hard to believe this day is here. Remember when we did the infamous Roger Miller Roast?
The 35th Annual Bonner Springs Rotary Tiblow Trot 2 Mile Walk and 5 Mile Run is August 24th at 7 a.m. Register online now. Meet at Kelly Murphy Park at 2nd and Elm Street in Bonner Springs, KS. All funds raised go toward scholarships and the Rotary’s Polio Plus Program to end Polio worldwide.
Tiblow Trot 5 Mile run: $20 until August 21 / $25 Day of Race
Tiblow Walk 2 Mile Walk: $20 until August 21 / $25 Day of Race
Kids Run or Walk (12 and under):$10 until August 21 / $11 Day of Race
Friday, August 23
Packet Pick-up and Pre-Registration 6:00 – 7:00pm Second and Elm Street
Saturday, August 24 Packet pick-up and Registration 6:00 – 6:30am Second and Elm Street
Division: Male and Female 29 and under, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60 and over
T-shirts for the first 250 entrants
Trophies to the 1st through 3rd finishers
Trophies to the 1st male and female finishers
Trophies to the 1st and last walkers, youngest walker and largest group
Traveling trophy for USD 204 school with the most participants
Drawing for prizes donated by the Bonner Springs merchants will follow the awards ceremony
All race finishers and walkers are eligible for the drawing