Up to the challenge

Messenger photos by Rick Palsgrove
Eleven two-person teams competed in the Canal Winchester Lions Club’s 5th annual Lions Club Challenge race on Aug. 12 where the participants bicycled or jogged to nine different stations to complete mental and physical challenges. Pictured here is Chloe Juniper (left) and Kevin Juniper of the team, “The Junis,” as they successful complete the crate tower challenge. The challenge required one team member to stand on two crates and remain on the crates without outside assistance while adding a third crate to the tower. The event raised funds to support community based service projects of the Canal Winchester Lions Club.
Ashley Clubb (left) and Isabella Byrd, of the team “The Dynamic Duo,” work their way through the blindfold croquet challenge. Byrd gave verbal instructions to the blindfolded Clubb to help her hit the croquet ball through the wickets. The pair successfully completed the challenge when Clubb, with directions from Byrd, smacked the ball into the finishing post from several feet away without being able to see the ball or the post.
Nate Hoffman (left) and Levi Baugess tackled the challenge of shooting free throws with the goal of making as many shots as they could in a limited amount of time.
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