The 2020 Journey for Sight is cancelled due to the public health concerns surrounding the COVID19 Virus.
Chip Timing will be used - This Course was just re-certified in 2019
Prizes Awarded for 5K & 10K Run
Top Male and Female ages 20-75+
Prizes Awarded for Under 20 category for 5K Run
Medals for age divisions –1st, 2nd & 3rd place in 5K & 10K Runs for Male & Female in age divisions
Divisions: 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75+
Under 20 categories: Male & Female– 9 and under, 10-14, 15-19 (5K run only)
No strollers or dogs please.
Encourages people to join the Topeka Lions Club or Twilight Lions Branch Club
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CoreFirst Bank and Trust
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Kresie & Penzler M.D.'s
Dr. Jeffrey Burkett
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The Journey for Sight is held at the Combat Air Museum at Forbes Field, Topeka. The course, established by the Combat Air Museum, is certified by U.S. Track and Field. We are grateful to the Combat Air Museum for their sponsorship of the Journey for Sight.
Runners and Walkers may register for the Journey for Sight online or pick up a form at Garry Gribbles Running Sports at 21st Street and Wanamaker, next to Target in Topeka, KS or send an e-mail request to Contact Us.
Contributions to the Topeka Lions Foundation are accepted whether you participate as a runner or walker or just want to help financially.
Hosted by the Topeka Lions Foundation, a 501 C, 3 Not for profit organization.
There are many people in the Topeka area who simply cannot afford eyeglasses they desperately need. The Topeka Lions Club serves the community by purchasing eyeglasses for those who qualify. Since 1929 the Topeka Lions proudly serves the Topeka community with sight-related services which are made possible by fundraising efforts.
On average the club receives about 12 requests per month for assistance for eyeglasses. Requests come from families with young children and/or adults including individuals from the Topeka Rescue Mission.
Special thanks to: