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Pink Out Celebrates Largest Booby Bolt in History


Paula Lee and Beverly Nicholson at the 2021 Booby Bolt (Submitted)


Pink Out for Hope’s Booby Bolt 5K and Fun Run drew in a record-breaking crowd to Pleasant View on the morning of October 2, 2021. Runners, walkers, and supporters proudly sported pink attire while spreading hope, cancer education, and friendship throughout the community.


After a "pandemic pause" last year, this year's event boasted 671 registered participants- topping the 2019 Bolt which had 495.


The day's 5k was not the only area that saw growth. The Fun Run had more than double the participation than usual, with a total of 62 children registering this time around.


In addition to following current CDC and state guidelines concerning COVID-19, the organization also offered the option for participants to run their 5K virtually.

Created to raise both money and awareness for breast cancer, this year’s Bolt was named to celebrate local breast cancer survivor, Angeline Heath.


"We were so happy to celebrate her and her beating breast cancer," said Amy Douglas with Pinkout for Hope.


Platinum sponsors of the event were: The Livery Stables, Cheatham County Exchange, Guthrie Kitchen & Bath, Doug's Auto Sales, Reliant Bank, Sycamore Academy, 22 Plinkster, and Frontier Basement.


Pink Out Partners this year were: Snap Fitness, CEMC, Valerie Kemp-CPA, Lynn Newcomb-Attorney at Law, AO Smith, KARS, Joelton Shopper, The Post, Family Health Center of Ashland City, Dunlap Roofing, Tanya Shannon- Century 21 Platinum Properties, United Structural Systems, DreamMaker Realty, US Bank, and Berry Seagroves- State Farm Insurance.

Josie Mae and Lori Boyd both took home first-place honors during the 2021 Booby Bolt (Submitted)


First place winners in all categories were as follows:

Overall Female- Kara Molitor (35 yrs): 24:24

Overall Male- Jacob Carrigan (41 yrs): 20:10

Female 14 and Under- Josie Mae Boyd (13 yrs) 31:26

Male 14 and Under- Timothy Allen (14 yrs): 25:32

Female 15-19- Sarah Tejeda (17 yrs) : 35:47

Male 15-19- Samuel Pentecost (16 yrs) 22:01

Female 20-24- Chayla Hancock (23 yrs): 27:22

Male 20-24- Drew Whitworth (23 yrs): 22:20

Female 25-29- Alyssa Williams (29 yrs): 29:47

Male 25-29- Jackson Shamblin (28 yrs): 22:59

Female 30-34- Bri Sogla (31 yrs): 30:00

Make 30-34- JJ Dowlen (34 yrs): 25:49

Female 35-39- Lori Boyd (39 yrs) 31:08

Male 35-39- Vilesh Salunkhe (39 yrs) 25:37

Female 40-44- Jill Reidelberger (40 yrs) 33:17

Male 40-44- Miles Reidelberger (42 yrs) 26:49

Female 45-49- Kristi Gallant (45 yrs) 27:42

Male 45-49- Manuel Rodriguez (45 yrs) 27:47

Female 50-54- Julie Pfeffer (51 yrs) 29:31

Male 50-54- Rick Roberts (52 yrs) 33:29

Female 55-59- Andrea Anderson (58 yrs) 30:10

Male 55-59- Randy Malecha (59 yrs) 27:11

Female 60-64- Kathryn Brown (61 yrs) 35:36

Male 60-64- John Binkley (64 yrs) 26:17

Female 65 and Up- Joam Farmer (74 yrs) 53:13

Male 65 and Up- Edward Vaughn (69 yrs) 34:31


Anyone currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer who would like more information about Pink Out for Hope should visit http://pinkoutforhope.org/need-assistance/ or email info@pinkoutforhope.org.














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