Volume 51, Number 30

eighteen pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, July 24, 2014

Runners compete in memory of Trixie Reagan

On October 23rd, the participants pictured at right, ran the Haunted Half-Marathon at Cookeville in Memory of Trixie Reagan to raise money for The Trixie Reagan scholarship fund.
We would like to thank all the sponsors who helped us raise a total of $2,000. A special Thank you to Reggie’s, for making the t-shirts for us and for their generous donation. Also we would like to thank all of our other sponsors as follows: $100 sponsors, Alex Canaan and Janell Harvey, Norma Stanley, John and Vickie Canaan, and Body Works; $75 sponsors: Specialty Woodworking, $50 sponsors: Hollis and Evelyn Reagan, Estle and Allene Mayers, B&K, Hassler, Smalling & Brown, MBM Mechanical Contractors, Wolf River Grill, Pryors Auto Spot, Pickett County Nursing Home, Edgefield Farm $40 sponsors, HeJo Boat Storage $35 sponsors Jefferson & Megan Ritchie, $25 sponsors Randy & Trish Garrett, Stories Automotive, Pickett Farm Supply, Farm Bureau Ins., Bobcat Den, Garrett’s Drug Store, Joanne Jordan $20 sponsor CD & Lois Horn: $10 sponsor Dixie Café, $5 sponsors, Steve Reichard, Rick Walker. Also Thank You to all who bought Team Trixie t-shirts, all proceeds went to the scholarship fund.

The participants pictured at left, Tonya Bernhard, Rebekah Masiongale, Vicki Cannon, Lucas Cannon and Jeannine Rose. We would like to congratulate Vicki Cannon who finished the 13.1 miles in 2:14, placing first in her age category.

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