Out and About: Volunteering at the Kick It 5K

Attorney and lobbyist Jason Bentley gives back through leadership, volunteer hours. 

Relationships matter.

Whether we’re in the halls of the Capitol building or meeting with clients, we know that the relationships we build and maintain with people are not just about work. Relationships enrich our lives. They give us purpose. They provide us an avenue to connect great ideas, positive momentum, and shared experiences. Best of all, they help connect us to the world, elevating the context in which we live.

Jason Bentley helps pins on race numbers for participants.

We were proud to be part of the Kick It 5K last week benefitting the Bluegrass Soccer Club. Our own Jason Bentley currently serves as the organization’s President. Though the mercury at the Falling Springs Recreation Center in Versailles soared into the 80s, the Bentley family was out in full force as runners, volunteers, and organizers.

“Being actively involved is what we do; it’s just who we are,” Bentley said. “I was proud to see that nearly 100 local students, parents, and supporters came out to participate in this event to support a program that empowers kids.”