Raffle giveaway >>>Join us this Sat Jan 20th the Florida Oval Asphalt Series will be at Space Coast Full Throttle Speedway for the 2017 awards presentation. There will be practice and some racing so bring your KART.. Frank George with Rollin Dirty Race Engine Shop has donated a New BSP Plate Engine and one refresh/rebuild on your engine. Click link for more details https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIgfPRodBwA&feature=youtu.be
Check out this great News story: Janae Muchmore from WUFT FL
Complacency in the Medical Heath field failed our son and family. Don't be a victim know the symptoms and ask your Doctor. How do you know my child has the FLU? You didn't take a simple finger prick Doctor? Are we going to do a blood test?
"Check Don't Guess"
Drive 4 Diabetes Awareness It's FLU season don't be fooled "Check Don't Guess" CLICK Arrow to play video
Join Drive 4 Diabetes Awareness for the 7th annual Inverness, FL Grand Prix
November 16-17, 2018
Friday 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. Street Party
Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Race Day
1 Courthouse Square, Inverness, FL
Link for more information http://www.visitinvernessfl.com/224/Spectators
The Inverness Grand Prix and Motorsports Festival is a unique event that allows street karts to race at high speeds through downtown Inverness.
This event brings a large crowd down to visit the various shops and restaurants in the area. It is a family-friendly event with activities, car shows, vendors, and races throughout Saturday.
Tune in Saturday, November 17 at 10 a.m. for live stream of the only kart street race in the southeast. live with drone footage http://www.visitinvernessfl.com/241/Watch-Race-Live
Be sure to watch us on facebook LIVE TBD look up the name Brent Kuehl for the public LIVE CAST of the race or go to Twitter.com and search name @CheckDontGuess
Thank you for your support. www.CheckDontGuess.org
Rollin Dirty Race Engine Shop https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rollin-Dirty-Race-Engine-Shop/227368784054178
Format as follows:
All participants will receive a Culver's Value basket meal voucher $8 value Thank you Steve Lynch and Culver's for your support.
Event held on East field (the field with the shorter fence) on Wednesday, August 16th, 2017 at Lakewood Ranch H.S. Fields. Start time 5:30 pm giving us 1 1/2 hours to complete this event. We will start on time
If you are late and we have completed round 1 you can not enter unless you pay a “By-Pass” Donation of $100 to Drive for Diabetes Awareness you shall then be allowed to enter round two bypassing round 1.
2 players from each REGULAR SEASON team, presumptively selected by REGULAR season manager. Max 8 hitters we can not exceed due to time constraints.
Wood bat with an option of paying upgrade donation of $100 to use a Metal bat (after all, this is a fundraiser for Drive for Diabetes Awareness, Inc.
New baseballs will be used.
Pick your own pitcher or we may have a pitching machine TBD
Round 1 you will get 10 swings. Top 4 (plus those making the “By-Pass” donation) move on to round 2 If no one hits a HR then we will count hitting the fence in the air to move players on to 2nd round.
Round 2 you will get 5 swings.
Top 2 go to round 3
Round 3 is 5 swings
Cost to enter is $10 per player. (Additional donations accepted.)
Winner gets a Bat from the league.
Be sure to visit Drive for Diabetes Awareness Website and watch the 3 min video you can help save a life you just have to know the symptoms and ask your Doctor questions. No one in our family had Diabetes yet it struck our family and we wanted to do something to warn others of this deadly disease. Thanks for taking the time to learn something I wish I had known more about I may have been able to save my son's life, Rocco.
If we could get a head count prior to Wed that would be great. Reply by email or confirmation from your manager it would help greatly.
Special thanks to Manatee Adult Baseball League for assisting in this special event. http://www.manateebaseball.com/
Direct all questions of event and sign up to Brent Kuehl 941-447-5929
Type 1 diabetes (T1D, insulin-dependent or juvenile) can occur at any age, but most commonly is diagnosed from infancy to the late 30s. With T1D a person’s pancreas produces little or no insulin. Although the causes are not entirely known, scientists believe the body’s own defense system (the immune system) attacks and destroys the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas. People with T1D must inject insulin several times every day or continually infuse insulin through a pump.
While its causes are not yet entirely understood, scientists believe that both genetic factors and environmental triggers are involved. Its onset has nothing to do with diet or lifestyle.
There is nothing you can do to prevent T1D, and – at present- nothing you can do to get rid of it.
Education about the symptoms of Type 1 Diabetes is critical because Type 1 can easily be mistaken for more common illnesses, such as the flu, and misdiagnosis can have tragic consequences. As many as 3 million Americans may have Type 1 diabetes. Each year, more than 15,000 children and 15,000 adults – approximately 80 people per day – are diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in the U.S. Knowing the symptoms of Type 1 Diabetes can save a life. Please share what you’ve learned with everyone.
By supporting Drive for Diabetes Awareness, you play a pivotal role in helping diabetes awareness that helps, prevents, supports and ultimately educates others about diabetes and its complications. There are many ways you can help! Drive for Diabetes Awareness, INC is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit. All donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.