Baseball boosters meet Monday
The Franklin County High School baseball booster club will meet Monday, April 30 at 6 p.m. in coach Deron McDonald’s classroom.
Soccer meeting set for Monday
The Franklin County High School soccer teams will have an initial meeting on Monday, April 30 at 7 p.m. in the school cafeteria.
This meeting is for potential players for the boys and girls teams for the 2012 fall high school season, including incoming freshmen, and their parents.
Parents are highly encouraged to attend with their child, as important information will be distributed about camps, conditioning, practices and other pertinent information. If you have questions you may direct them to the girls coach Louis Tandy (803-0200) or the boys coach Zac Donnelly (695-6750).
Golf tourney for Special Olympics set
The Frankfort Civitan Club will hold its annual golf tournament to support the Special Olympics Kentucky Golf Program on Friday, May 18 at Juniper Hill.
There will be a 1 p.m. shotgun start for the 4-person team handicap scramble, male or female. The cost is $50 per person that includes lunch, green fees and carts. Prizes will be awarded.
If you are interested in playing and don’t have a team, call and you will be placed on one. For more information or to sign up your team, call J.L. Soyars at 223-0633.
Pro.Active for Life 5K May 18
Pro.Active Therapy’s 6th Annual Pro.Active for Life 5K Run/Walk, a benefit for the United Way of Franklin County, will be held Friday, May 18 stepping off at 6:30 p.m. in downtown Frankfort. Registration is underway, with special rates for teams and school participants.
Until May 17, individuals may register for $18, team members for $15 (minimum of five) and school teams for $10 each (minimum of 10). All registrations on May 17 and 18 will be $25/person.
Unique to the Pro.Active 5K is the awarding of First Timer Awards (for age group winners who are participating in their first 5K) and the School Challenge Award, sponsored this year by Pro.Active Therapy, giving $500, $300 and $200 to the respective schools that have the most participants cross the finish line.
Live music beginning at 7 p.m. will feature the music of The Keeler, Ellis, Brothwell, Renshaw Experiment. The award ceremony and music will be on the Old Capitol lawn following the race, and the community is invited to enjoy the music and cheer on our runners.
Volunteer opportunities abound. If you would like to volunteer for this community event, contact Debbie Brown (320-9168) or Randy Roberts (352-3053).
To register for the race, download a registration form from www.proactivetherapy.org or register online at www.frankfortymca.org.
The Pro.Active for Life 5K is the second leg of the Frankfort Trifecta. The third leg is the Activate America 5 Mile Run/2 Mile Walk, which will be held on June 16.