Kingman's CAM BAM2! a stern test for some, a blast for others

Take me to your ladder.<BR>JC AMBERLYN/Miner

Take me to your ladder.<BR>JC AMBERLYN/Miner

Kingman Regional Medical Center Foundation's Second Annual CAM BAM2! Event was held at Mohave Community College Saturday. About 200 people participated in the 5K obstacle course, with races for both adults and children. The goal of the event is to raise funds to help provide financial support for individuals seeking Complimentary Alternative Medicine (CAM) health care, which includes chiropractic, acupuncture, hypnotherapy, massage therapy and other alternatives not covered by insurance. Dianne Haydon, chairman of the CAM Committee, wished to thank the community for its support. Over 75 companies donated supplies or money. Frontier, Bill DeJulio from Unisource, and Kingman Area Recycling (KAR) all donated essential supplies. There were also close to 100 volunteers.

The overall men's winner was Ry Erickson and Anna Benson was the women's winner. The four-member team winners were KRMC Wellness (men's), Erin Collins (women's) and Team 4 (co-ed). Two-Team winners included American Woodmark (men's) and Mohave State Bank (women's). Kingman Fire Department won Public Service Team Champions.