The Keeping Kids On Track Fun Run today in Kilcunda was exactly that, heaps of fun. The run aims to raise funds for local clubs and youth development, in memory of Leslie McKay who was a librarian, and English and Literature teacher it the Wonthaggi Secondary College; she was a highly regarded youth mentor, and an advocate and inspiration to many.
Created to promote participation and unity within the clubs and groups of the Bass Coast Shire. Encouraging local clubs to promote their group focussing on youth development through sport, recreation and education. Since its inception in 2012 the event has been supported by the unity of over 20 local clubs and groups.
Showcasing the spectacular Bass Coast Rail Trail; boasting breath-taking views of Bass Strait, the unique rugged coastline and countryside farmland.
The event consists of distances ranging from 3km up to a half marathon, all of which start and finish at the picturesque beachside town of Kilcunda.
The KKOT event started in 2012 and has seen numbers rise to over 600 participants, making it the fastest growing event in the Bass Coast region. Todays event attracted athletes of all abilities and supporters, all enjoying the festival, promoting event sponsors and activities for the kids.
The full gallery of the day is featured below.
If you see a picture you would like a copy of contact this year's gold sponsor Inverloch & District Community Bank®