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Second Chances 5K Fun Run Results Featured

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            The Second Chances Fun Run was held on Saturday, April 22nd, 2017 in Poteau. The race began at the Donald W Reynolds Center in Poteau

           

Here are the results of the run provided by I-40 Race Service

           

                        OVERALL WINNNERS

Top Males Overall

            Time               Bib      Runner                      Age     Gender

1          00:23:45         280     Chase Lloyd              13        M

2          00:25:52         286     Derrail Roland           32        M

3          00:27:47         296     Canyon Rogers         11        M

 

Top Females Overall

            Time               Bib      Runner                      Age     Gender

1          00:28:28         291     Robin Oliver              54         F

2          00:28:29         281     Elaine Staines          56         F

3          00:30:22         284     Lisa Frazier              52         F

 

               FEMALE AGE GROUP OVERALL WINNNERS

Female Ages 8 and Under

Time   Bib      Runner          Age     Gender

1          00:30:55         298     Leah Lloyd                7          F

 

Female Ages 20 to 24

            Time               Bib      Runner                      Age     Gender

1          00:50:41         209     Taylor Martin            24        F

Female Ages 30 to 34

            Time               Bib      Runner                      Age     Gender

1          00:34:46         279     Anna Lloyd                32        F

Female Ages 35 to 39

            Time               Bib      Runner                      Age     Gender

1          00:31:43         294     Christy Wilburn         39        F

2          00:33:21         293     Ava Lovell                 37        F

3          00:36:11         282     Mary Law                  37        F

Female Ages 40 to 44

            Time               Bib      Runner                                  Age     Gender

1          00:33:21         297     Elizabeth Belcher                 43        F

Female Ages 45 to 49

            Time               Bib      Runner                      Age     Gender

1          00:44:18         287     Kathy Martin            49        F

2          00:51:29         999     Kim Martin               47        F

3          00:55:07         283     Robin Hill                 48        F

Female Ages 50 to 54

            Time               Bib      Runner                      Age     Gender

1          00:28:28         291     Robin Oliver               54        F

2          00:30:22         284     Lisa Frazier                52        F

3          00:36:10         285     Kris Pickle                  52        F

Female Ages 55 to 59

            Time               Bib      Runner                      Age     Gender

1          00:28:29         281     Elaine Staines          56        F

                       

                        MALE AGE GROUP OVERALL WINNNERS

Male Ages 9 to 12

            Time               Bib      Runner                      Age     Gender

1          00:27:47         296     Canyon Rogers        11        M

Male Ages 13 to 15

            Time               Bib      Runner                      Age     Gender

1          00:23:45         280     Chase Lloyd             13        M

Male Ages 30 to 34

            Time               Bib      Runner                      Age     Gender

1          00:25:52         286     Derrail Roland          32        M

2          00:31:16         210     Matt Blake                34        M

Male Ages 50 to 54

            Time               Bib      Runner                      Age     Gender

1          00:50:41         204     Carey Plummer        53        M

Male Ages 60 to 64

            Time               Bib      Runner                      Age     Gender

1          00:29:28         292     Leonard Presley       63        M

 

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Second Chances Recovery & Retail Store, Inc. (SCRRS) is a non-profit organization established to assist people struggling with substance abuse, breaking the cycle of incarceration, and overcoming life controlling issues. They  focus on the potential and future opportunities obtainable to those who want another chance at life. SCRRS provides support group meetings, job training, various life educational classes, emergency shelter and transitional housing, life coaching, spiritual guidance and other various types of assistance. Due to an overwhelming substance abuse problem in the LeFlore County area, Second Chances Retail Store was founded by Terri Wallace, Executive Director of Second Chances Recovery and functions to support the recovery program.

 

The store opened on December 15th, 2015. SCRRS offers a long-term support system for accountability, increasing responsible behaviors which leads to successful living!

 

Second Chances Retail Store also provides career/work skill training for people who have community service requirements to fulfill or need to improve their work skills. SCRRS is an independent non-profit organization. Our organization is supported by donations from local churches, civic groups, individuals and the proceeds from Second Chances Retail Store. The Retail Store has a wide variety of items, clothes, shoes, house goods, décor, jewelry, toys, bookstore, Etc. We also have a coffee bar, pastries, free Wi-Fi and an area to do job searches and assistance creating resumes.

 

Store Business Hours:
Monday – Saturday 10 am – 6 pm
Sunday – Closed
Donations are accepted on Wednesday’s & Saturday’s 10 am – 6 pm.

 

Mission Statement:
Help people overcome life controlling problems and better equip them to reach their full potential in all areas of their lives.

 

Vision / Goals:
To provide support, resources and methods to rehabilitate people who are struggling with life controlling problems to a healthy, functional and productive lifestyle. SCRRS provides educational courses, life coaching, spiritual guidance, transitional housing, job training, and other various means of support and assistance. Each participant is under the supervision of a life coach to help them reach the goals needed to overcome life controlling problems and reach their full potential to function in society as, healthy, positive and productive citizens.


David Deaton

Digital Editor at Oklahoma Welcome

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