Rep. Anielski To Participate In Fireball Run Challenge
Race to Recover America's Missing Children

COLUMBUS, OHIO—State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) and Ohio State School Board President Debe Terhar have been selected to participate in Season 8, FIREBALL RUN America’s Frontier, an online reality-filmed entertainment series.

Since 2007, FIREBALL RUN has been The Most Epic Adventurally in America®, a gripping eight day, 2000 mile, life-size trivia game, where America serves as the game board; part live event, part streamed, and part 25 episode series. Unlike reality TV, FIREBALL RUN is authentic and real; 40 celebrity and aspirational driving teams compete for bragging rights, a greater cause, and a plastic road sign. All while raising awareness for missing children.

Driving a Toyota Highlander, Team Ohio has been assigned and will raise awareness for local missing child, Ashley Summers. Ashley, now 21, who has been missing since 2007, is considered an endangered runway who is believed to still be in the local Cleveland area. Participants Anielski and Terhar hope to raise media attention that could inspire someone to come forward with new leads for police.

“When approached with the idea about participating again in the Fireball Run, I thought it would be an excellent opportunity to highlight the search for missing children,” said Anielski. “I’m eager to take part, while also drawing attention to the prevention of teen suicide, which is another important issue to me.”

To move about the country and score, teams solve clues and accomplish tasks based on area; points-of-interest, history, & culture. Although a living trivia game, there is nothing trivial about FIREBALL RUN's message or results. Often referred to as “the most fun you will ever have, doing the most important thing you’ve ever done,” every team is assigned a missing child from their home of origin and tasked with distributing posters; the effort annually distributes 65,000 posters across America and has aided in 43 recoveries since 2007. Child Rescue Network serves as the shows official charity.

 The event is streamed live. Supporters and fans can track team locations via live GPS by AmberAlertGPS at All seasons and episodes are available online at

(2014) FIREBALL RUN America’s Frontier; Sept 26-Oct 4 Frisco TX – Independence, MO

Other destinations include; Camden AR, Ardmore OK, Enid OK, Bentonville AR, Pulaski County MO & Sedalia MO.

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