Neon 5k

April 8, 2017

By Cindy Wolff, Social Media Volunteer

Carson Manseau won the National Foundation for Transplants Lights for Life Neon 5K. His friends, Cy Leffingwell (left) and Brett Raley (right) finished second and third, respectively. 

April 7, 2017

By Cindy Wolff, Social Media Volunteer

There were 238 runners in this year's Lights for Life Neon 5K. Thirty-four registered a few hours before the race.

April 7, 2017

By Cindy Wolff, Social Media Volunteer

Any other day, she is Gina Castellaw. Today at the NFT Neon 5K, she's NiFTy

April 7, 2017

by Cindy Wolff, Social Media Volunteer

The three barbecue cooks are (left to right) Dave Hertlein, Josh Gwatney and Dan Colturi.

The best thing about the word “waft” is that it usually means something smells so good it floats along the air and tickles your nose.

At the Lights for Life Neon 5K, the aroma is from 45 pounds of pork shoulder waiting for the runners when they finish.

April 4, 2017
Patrick Taylor with his family

by Cindy Wolff, Social Media Volunteer

Photo: Patrick Taylor with his family, (left to right) his daughter, Charlotte, his wife Robin and youngest daughter, Mary Michael.

Last year, Patrick Taylor didn’t run in the National Foundation for Transplants 5K, a reason that was anything but typical.  Seven weeks prior to the race, Taylor received a heart transplant.

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