Getting ready for the Purple Pinkie Run.  There were over 125 participants enjoying the break in the weather. Next year, unless something changes, our Club will take over this fund raising event and plans will be to expand it.
Some spectators watching the race.  Our runners were fast but I bet the Geese could out paddle them.
A group of finishers.
Do you think Leslie is making points with our Assistant Governor Tina Spencer? Tina enjoyed attending the area music contest held at our Club Tuesday night. We had a large crowd and all enjoyed the social aspect as well as hearing the great musicians.  I don't know how our judges could decide as all of the students gave a wonderful presentation.
First Place winners.
Second Place winner
Third Place winner                             
We all thanked Past President Chip Lindloff for putting this event together.  We did have a few minutes to squeeze in the quest for the red marble.  I am starting to think we need to weight a white marble and the red one. Past President Mark Schauss will enjoy a free dinner.  On a sad note the wife of our member John Milliken passed away April 26th.  Please extend to John your Rotary and friendship support.