TULSA, Oklahoma – The Coleman family in Port Angeles has had a good month.
On November 2, Lincoln Park BMX Track President and Track Operator, Sean Coleman, brought home the prestigious 2022 Washington State Volunteer of the Year award at the Washington Festivals & Events Association annual awards dinner in Bellevue.
On Friday, November 25, at the USABMX Grand Nationals in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Lincoln Park BMX received another prestigious award. Out of 282 tracks throughout the US, Lincoln Park BMX was the second highest fundraiser in the Race for Life charity event, which raises funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
While track members worked as a team, riders Braedyn Monette and Cash Coleman were both in the top 20 for individual fundraisers in the entire country. Bradeyn was #9 and Cash was #18 in the team’s total of just under $6,845.
The Coleman’s were on hand in Tulsa to accept the award.
Sean Coleman noted, “Proud of all the Lincoln Park BMX racers who worked hard this year raising funds for the Race for Life! It’s always nice to see them give back, especially first year’s racer Braedyn and his efforts in this campaign.”
Photo courtesy of USABMX includes Lori Coleman, Cash Coleman, Sean Coleman, & John David (USABMX Chief Strategy Officer)