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Paintball, golf to help vets and Woods foundation
Written by thillman   
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 12:01 PM

The 5th 155 Gun Battery Unit that served in Vietnam 1967-70 will be holding a pair of fund-raising events for a group reunion.

On Saturday, July 26 from noon to midnight, a paint ball tournament will be hosted by Jim Boes at 6980 Nelson Road. Cost is $20 if you have your own equipment or $25 if not (includes 500 paint balls). Also, includes all you can eat.

On Sunday, July 27 at 9 a.m., there will be a 4-man golf scramble at the Dearborn Country Club with the proceeds being shared with the unit's alumni fund and the Jovante Woods Foundation. The son of former  Cincinnati Bengal running back Ickey Woods died from an asthma attack in 2010.

Woods and talk show host Gary Burbank are expected to be on hand.

Cost is $60 per person and includes breakfast, lunch and golf cart.

 
Bowman night time 5K
Written by thillman   
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 11:58 AM

Runners and walkers have been touring southeastern Indiana for various 5K Run/Walk but not everyone is an early riser.

If that's the case then plan on the Second Annual Donald Bowman Scholarship 5K Night Run/Walk on Saturday, Aug. 9 and bring a flashlight.

The event raises funds to benefit the Donald Bowman Scholarship Fund in remembrance of Donald Bowman who passed away from cancer in 2010.

Registration is 7 p.m. with the race starting at 9 p.m. at Vineyard Gold Course in Quercus Grove.

Awards will be given to the top male an female runners and the top two in each age group.

Drawings for over 50 prizes and an iPad will be held.

There will be an award for the fastest team and largest team.

Entry fee is $15 before Aug. 5 and $25 on race day. Pre-registration guarantees a t-shirt and bag. Online registration can be done at www.StuartRoadRacing.com

Mail entry form and fee to Janet Bowman, 7417 Salem Ridge Road, Aurora, IN 47001. Make checks payable to Donald Bowman Scholarship Fund.

Call Danika Brindley at 812-584-8454 with any questions or email her at dbrindley@student.hondros.edu

 
Paintball, golf to help vets and Woods foundation
Written by thillman   
Wednesday, July 16, 2014 11:24 AM

The 5th 155 Gun Battery Unit that served in Vietnam 1967-70 will be holding a pair of fund-raising events for a group reunion.

On Saturday, July 26 from noon to midnight, a paint ball tournament will be hosted by Jim Boes at 6980 Nelson Road. Cost is $20 if you have your own equipment or $25 if not (includes 500 paint balls). Also, includes all you can eat.

On Sunday, July 27 at 9 a.m., there will be a 4-man golf scramble at the Dearborn Country Club with the proceeds being shared with the unit's alumni fund and the Jovante Woods Foundation. The son of former  Cincinnati Bengal running back Ickey Woods died from an asthma attack in 2010.

Woods and talk show host Gary Burbank are expected to be on hand.

Cost is $60 per person and includes breakfast, lunch and golf cart.

 
WWII vet honored by Reds
Written by thillman   
Wednesday, July 16, 2014 11:22 AM

It was a great day for Bill Rowling as he was honored at the Cincinnati Reds game Thursday, July 10. He received a standing ovation from 32,000 fans in attendance as he stood atop the Reds dugout and his story was told to the crowd by the announcer and on the big screen TV. He was hailed as a World War II Veteran, Prisoner of War and Purple Heart Recipient.

He had his own cheering section as he was accompanied by PG and Paula Gentrup and their grandson, Grady Walter; son-in-law Tom “Stoney” Stonefield, Joe Alig and Ron & Connie Spurlock.

Bill said it was a day he will never forget as he has been a Reds fan since he was a youngster.

Bill was telling the story about when he and his son-in-law, Stoney, drove to New York so they could attend the last game at Yankee Stadium on September 21, 2008 and how much he has enjoyed baseball for so many years. He faithfully listens to and watches the Reds.

Bill served in the 8th Army Air Force with the 388th Bombardment Group, stationed in England, and was the ball turret gunner on a B-17 called the Iza Angel. On Feb. 20, 1944, on their 16th bombing mission, they were shot down.

He had just turned 20 years old and two of his fellow B-17 members were killed that day.

Bill’s plane was shot down by German fighter planes and he was soon captured and spent the next 17 months in a Prisoner of War camp in Germany. He was finally liberated by General Patton’s troops when the war ended in Europe on May 8, 1945.

Today, Bill lives in Rising Sun and is retired from General Electric’s Evendale Plant.

He will be going to Washington, D.C., this September where he will be one of the four wreath presenters at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery on the next trip for Veterans from Southeastern Indiana.

PG Gentrup and Ron Spurlock worked with the Cincinnati Reds to make this day possible for Bill Rowling, a True American Hero.

Meanwhile, Lawrenceburg native and Ohio County Veterans Service Officer PG Gentrup will be honored as a hometown hero during the Reds’ game Tuesday, July 29.

Gentrup is a tireless veterans’ advocate and family man. Besides being the Ohio County Veterans Service officer, he also is active in several veterans groups and organizes bus trips to Washington for his fellow vets.

To cheer on Gentrup, tickets can be purchased at www.reds.com/lawrenceburg, passcode is PGGENT.

You can also find the flyer on Register Publications’ Facebook page.

 
Shiner 5K returns to summer series
Written by thillman   
Wednesday, July 09, 2014 11:11 AM

The Rising Sun High School Cross-Country team is hosting the 1st Annual Shiner Dash 5k Run/Walk on July 26.

The race start a 8:30 a.m. at Rising Sun High School.

Prizes for top male/female finishers and top three in each age group.

Entry fee is $10 without a t-shirt before July 18, $15 with t-hirt, $20 race day with shirt (while supply last) or $15 race day without t-shirt.

This race is one of five races that makes up the Southeast Indiana Racing SIRC-it. These races typically draw 100-200 runners at individual events and each serves as a fundraiser for local high school cross-country teams. The Shiners hope to raise money to fund this event through generous sponsorships from local businesses that support and promote student participation in great sports like cross-country. If you choose to sponsor this 5k event, your business will be recognized at the race.

$100 sponsorship- Business listed on back of race t-shirts

$50 or less sponsorship or donation- Thank you and listed on thank you poster displayed at race registration

If you have questions about the event, please email Caitlin Sauerhage, cross-country coach and race coordinator at csauerhage@risingsun.kl2.in.us

For more information about the Southeast Indiana Racing SIRC-it or the Shiner 5k, race info and registration can be found at stuartroadracing.com.

 
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