Silver Lining 5K for Kids 06-04-17
Photos by John Ehlke
Cara Connor of West Bend puts her arms out as she sees a person bringing her ice cream while sitting in a wagon with her 6-year-old niece, Maggie Joceken, Sunday morning during the Silver Lining 5K for Kids run/walk in West Bend. Proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County. The trophies for the various age groups are seen Sunday morning during the Silver Lining 5K for Kids run/walk in West Bend. Proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County. Brianna Gruenwald of Campbellsport stretches Sunday morning before the Silver Lining 5K for Kids run/walk in West Bend. Proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County. Landan Haines-Lange, 16, hugs the Milwaukee Admirals mascot, Roscoe, on Sunday morning before the Silver Lining 5K for Kids run/walk in West Bend. Proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County. <br/><br/> Jordan Gehrke of West Bend waves his fingers along with the music Sunday morning before the Silver Lining 5K for Kids run/walk in West Bend. Proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County. Milwaukee Admirals mascot Roscoe watches the runners begin the Silver Lining 5K for Kids run/walk Sunday morning in West Bend. Proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County. Janet Steiner of Saukville stakes shade under a tree Sunday morning as she waits for runners near the finish line  of the Silver Lining 5K for Kids run/walk in West Bend. Proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County. <br/><br/> Mitchell Bilitz runs along the pace car Sunday morning during the Silver Lining 5K for Kids run/walk in West Bend. Proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County. Bilitz was the first to finish the race. Eric Bilitz of Fond du Lac approaches the finish line of  the Silver Lining 5K for Kids run/walk Sunday morning in West Bend. Proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County. Roman Skurek rests on the pavement Sunday morning after finishing the Silver Lining 5K for Kids run/walk in West Bend. Proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County. Liz Bohn approaches the finish line of the Silver Lining 5K for Kids run/walk Sunday morning in West Bend. Bohn was the first female to finish with a time of 19:15.66. Proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County. Racers approach the finish line of the Silver Lining 5K for Kids run/walk Sunday morning in West Bend. Proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County. <br/><br/> Racers approach the final turn of the Silver Lining 5K for Kids run/walk Sunday morning in West Bend. Proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County. Chuck Seegert of West Bend congratulates his granddaughter, Kora Faber, 7, of West Bend after she finished the Silver Lining 5K for Kids run/walk Sunday morning in West Bend. Proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County. Sherri Racine of Shiocton takes a drink of water with the food tent and other racers reflected in her glasses Sunday morning during the Silver Lining 5K for Kids run/walk in West Bend. Racine is a cancer survivor of stage 3 melanoma cancer. Racine has been cancer free since August. Proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County. Gabe Locrem, 8, of West Bend wipes his forehead Sunday morning after finishing the Silver Lining 5K for Kids run/walk in West Bend. Proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County. Duane Apel, left, smiles as he shares a laugh with his daughter, Sherri Racine of Shiocton, Sunday morning after both finished the Silver Lining 5K for Kids run/walk in West Bend. Apel and Racine are both cancer survivors. Apel survived Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma while his daughter survived stage 3 melanoma. Proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County.
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