“The dinner is one of the reasons we chose Buena Vista when we were relocating to Colorado,” says Lively. After moving into town in July 2015 from Lancaster, Ohio, Lively and her family hosted a table during the second run of the community dinner, as well as the year after. This year, she takes a bigger role in the planning, giving the event more structure to help it last for years to come. “(We have) incredible volunteers that make this whole thing happen,” she says.
“It started out in the middle of town,” said Karol Flowers, director of the BV Pregnancy Center. “We just had about 25 people walking around town. It’s grown to having a party out here.”Kids bounced around in the bouncy house and got snow cones, and families joined for souvenir pictures at the photo booth. The weather started out unpleasant, made more so by a burst of rain, but after the bicyclists began their route, the sunshine warmed everyone again.
With regionals and state competitions coming soon, all the athletes will hopefully be healthy and ready for those challenges, said BVHS cross country coach Julia Fuller. “It was great,” said Fuller. “The weather was pretty cooperative. We had a little bit of gusty winds but nothing too crazy. We couldn’t have asked for much more.”“I felt pretty strong until the end, and then it was rough,” said junior Anna Bearss after her run. She placed 20th with a time of 25 minutes, 45 seconds.
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Selecting a term
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