This is your chance! You can be the proud finisher of the fastest race around!
A real Zero Hero!
In a Zero-K, the race begins and ends at the same time and in the same spot.
Anyone can participate!
Join the Zero Hero race online, then tune in 7pm Wednesday, July 15th to “run” the race.
What exactly is a Zero-K?
Special thanks to our 'actors' who were great sports about their labels, especially the "old people" actress, who is, like we all are, about 30 years from being old. :)
Luccock Park sits at the feet of the mountains fondly named Faith, Hope and Charity by Luccock founders. These mountains are incredible testaments to the power of time and perseverance to overcome obstacles; values that give us hope in today's world.
To honor those mountains, we have three race levels, each represented by a mountain. These levels allow you to choose your donation amount. Don't forget, you can add a zero, or seven to support Luccock.
Racers at this level receive a Tee-shirt and join Board members Su Debree, and Vicki Hasler in raising funds to roof the chapel.
Racers at this lever receive a buff and join Board members Dave Bergson, Austin Amestoy, and Roger Otstot raising funds for new shower floors, new bunks and other camp improvements.
Racers at this level will receive both the tee-shirt and buff and will join board members Brad Poling, Josi Wiligus, Daryl Hansen, Frank Johnson in raising funds for facilities, including a new, exciting building! This level can also be used by teams, so recruit your friends and (don't) run this race!
An exuberant example of Zero-K mastery
They help keep Luccock afloat.
Keep Luccock in the black, so we don't sing the blues!
You'll want a couple of these!
Austin, our youngest board member, knows how to win a Zero-K!
Zero Heroes do them this way! Thanks for the lesson, Josi!
Brad makes an important discovery during this training video!
This proves that musicians can play and win at the same time!
Be sure to enjoy the time lapse- it's important to your training!
Rogers got a pretty good message, but that Milo- now he's got things worth waiting to hear.