MAD - Make a Difference 5k
5th annual MAD Dash
The 5th annual Make a Difference (MAD) Dash is scheduled for Friday, May 4, at Raymore Recreation Park, 1011 S. Madison. Check-in and registration opens at 5:45 p.m. The Run/Walk begins at 6:30 p.m. The event is sponsored by the Raymore-Peculiar Public School Foundation.
Physical education grant awarded to Raymore Elementary
In connection with the 2017 MAD Dash 5K, the Foundation Board on Aug. 17 awarded a $100 to Raymore Elementary School Physical Education Teacher Rebecca Dobson. Participants in the MAD Dash 5K walk and run were able to vote for a Ray-Pec school to receive the grant. This was the second year for the grant
From left: Kim Bailey, Allison Scott, Pam Steele, Kim York, Meryl Lange, Rebecca Dobson, Foundation President Phil Parke, Foundation Vice President Shana Stephenson, Foundation Executive Director Jodie Huston, Rich Bartow, Allison Bruflat, Superintendent Dr. Kari Monsees, and Dana Jermain.
4th annual MAD Dash
Thanks to everyone who participated in, volunteered, or sponsored the 4th annual MAD Dash on May 5, 2017! More than 200 people participated in the 5K fun run/walk to support the Foundation.
The top male finisher was Seth Hunziker, with a time of 18:35. The top female finisher was Adrianne Seidel with a time of 24:56. The top participant under age 12 was Matthew Bird with a time of 23:20.
Physical Education grantIn connection with the 16 20MAD Dash 5K, the Foundation awarded a $100 Physical Education Impact grant to Chris Roller, physical education teacher at Peculiar Elementary School. Participants in the MAD Dash 5K walk and run were able to indicate a Ray-Pec school to be entered for the chance to receive the grant. This was the first year for the grant award associated with the event.
Pictured with Erin Hillier's fourth grade class are the adults in the back row, from left: Ray-Pec Wellness Coordinator Kate Zeysing, Foundation Secretary/Treasurer Pam Steele, Foundation Executive Director Jodie Huston, Foundation Board Member Meryl Lange, Foundation Vice President Shauna Stephenson, and Physical Education Teacher Chris Roller.
2016 MAD Dash
More than 120 walkers/runners participated in the third annual Make a Difference (MAD) Dash 5K on May 6, 2016, at Raymore Recreation Park. Thanks to everyone who participated, volunteered, or donated toward the event. The MAD Dash is a benefit for the Raymore-Peculiar Public School Foundation.
Thanks to everyone who participated, sponsored or contributed to the 2nd annual MAD Dash 5K on March 28, 2015. There were 75 people who signed up for the event, which benefits the Raymore-Peculiar Public School Foundation!
2015 MAD Dash
The 5K walk and fun run is a benefit for the Raymore-Peculiar Public School Foundation. The event was sponsored by the Peculiar Charitable Foundation.
2014 MAD Dash
The Foundation held its first Make a Difference (MAD) Dash on Saturday, March 29, 2014, at Panther Stadium. The 5K walk/run was an event to benefit the Foundation.