From left to right: Scott Kern, KRMC Director of Community Relations and Development; Mary Chan; Cecelia Clouser, KRMC Foundation; Ben McGlothlin, KRMC Public Relations Specialist . KRMC/File Photo
Kingman

KRMC Foundation 16th Annual Race for Hospice A Success

From left to right: Scott Kern, KRMC Director of Community Relations and Development; Mary Chan; Cecelia Clouser, KRMC Foundation; Ben McGlothlin, KRMC Public Relations Specialist . KRMC/File Photo

KINGMAN – Kingman Regional Medical Center and the Dambar Steakhouse are pleased to announce the results of the Sixteenth Annual Route 66 Race for Hospice.

This year’s race was made possible by the following sponsors: Mary Chan, Dambar & Steakhouse, Ambient Edge, Arizona Sommers, Baker Chevron, Desert Construction, Harrah’s Casino, H&H, Kronos, Mission Bank, Mountain West Telecom, Morfeld-Ray Architects, Outland Enterprises, T.R. Orr, Waste Management and WECOM.   

The KRMC Foundation wishes to extend a special thanks to Mary Chan, who raised five-thousand dollars in support of this year’s Race for Hospice.

The event took place on May 11th, in downtown Kingman. Proceeds from the event support operations of the KRMC Joan and Diana Hospice Home, which provides comfort and care to people with limited life expectancy.

The 10k and 5k races began and ended at the Powerhouse Visitor Center on Route 66. The 5K route proceeded up El Trovatore Hill, with the turnaround point at the crest of the hill. The 10K route also went up El Trovatore Hill and continued onto Hualapai Mountain Road, turning around just past the Copper Ridge Apartments.

Dan Kuch finished first overall in the men’s 10K with a time of 37 minutes and Jennifer Swapp finished first overall in the women’s 10K with a time of 42 minutes and 25 seconds.

Chris Brady took first place in the overall finish in the men’s 5K with a time of 20 minutes and 36 seconds and Jamie Rose took first place in the overall finish in the women’s 5K with a time of 22 minutes and 22 seconds.