Nikolas runs in Illinois this weekend continuing his effort to help kids in need! Please consider helping to provide the gift of sight to a child. What a way to change the world! www.seva.org/nikolas
Congratulations to Nikolas's sister, Thea! As a Youth Runner Blogger, she had the amazing opportunity to interview Evanna Lynch. And what an awesome job she did!
Check it out:
Hey guys, in honor pot Nikolas's half-way mark, how about a donation to celebrate? Consider $25, $250, $2,500--you get the idea. Of course, any amount would help provide the gift of sight to kids in need. Nikolas is doing the hard part; a donation is just a few clicks away. smile emoticon www.seva.org/nikolas to edit.
Nikolas completed his 25th state today! Woohoo, Nikolas, you're half way there! This was a tough one; though it looks beautiful and sunny, he and his dad almost got blown to Kansas (which wouldn't be so bad, since that's where they're running tomorrow)! His dad described it this way: "When the wind is blowing 65 mph, a twig feels like a mighty oak!" 🌬💨🌪
As Nikolas is set to run his 25th state marathon on Thursday in Oklahoma, he would like to dedicate the race to Dr Brent Weigner. Dr. Weigner has been a huge inspiration in athletics, academics and is a pretty good cowboy too!
Happy birthday, Nikolas! Watch out world; he's a teenager now😁 Since he was 9 years old, Nikolas has been running marathons to raise money for kids in need. How about making a donation in honor of his birthday? It would mean the world to him. Www. Seva.org/Nikolas
A big shout out to Chad Toocheck,who joins the Cleveland Gladiators for his rookie season in the AFL after playing collegiately at West Alabama University. Toocheck spent time in pre-draft camps with the Arizona Cardinals and the Chicago Bears before appearing on the show "Undrafted" on the NFL Network this past season.
Check out the Youth Runner Magazine article on Courtney Smith, interviewed by Thea Toocheck!
And he's on to the next one! Nikolas is running his next marathon in Tennessee this weekend. Please wish him luck by supporting his cause: www.seva.org/nikolas. Your act of kindness can change the life of a child FOREVER!
Hey! I'm Thea, Nikolas's older sister! I'll be taking care of his blog.