2017 Lub Dub - Registration is Open
This year’s Lub Dub logo was specially created to celebrate the 10th anniversary. Callis Integrated Marketing provides in kind graphics services for the Lub Dub each year as a way to remember Camye Callis Gaspard.
Sedalia, Missouri, March 1, 2017 — On your mark, get set, GO! It’s time for the Bothwell Foundation’s tenth annual Lub Dub Run, presented locally by Central Bank of Sedalia. Lace up your shoes and get your heart pumping to prevent the number one cause of death in Pettis and Benton County, cardiovascular disease.
The Bothwell Foundation will hold its tenth annual Lub Dub Run on Saturday, April 29 at the Bothwell Regional Health Center. The Lub Dub, named after the sound of a healthy heartbeat, benefits the Camye Callis Gaspard Memorial Heart Fund, which helps finance improvements in cardiovascular treatment at Bothwell Regional Health Center and in Pettis and Benton Counties.
“The Lub Dub run is an exceptional event for both competitive runners and beginners,” said Rick Schlesselman, Lub Dub race director and Bothwell Foundation board member. “This event is a community event and we encourage everyone to come out and walk, run, volunteer or just cheer on the participants.”
The Lub Dub Run includes 10K and 5K runs, a 5K walk and a kids run. All events begin and end at the Bothwell Regional Health Center’s south parking lot on East 15th Street. Registration is available online at www.brhc.org by clicking on the Lub Dub Run logo. For more information or to volunteer, call the BRHC Foundation at 660-829-7786.
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About Bothwell Foundation
In the last 10 years, the Bothwell Foundation has contributed more than $1.5 million to financially support Bothwell Regional Health Center and improve health and wellness services for the community. The foundation receives contributions from patients, employees, physicians, volunteers and friends throughout the west central Missouri region. These gifts help the health center purchase the latest medical technology, provide education and training scholarships to employees, develop new services, and fund important health-related initiatives, programs and services.