I'm Making My Miles More Meaningful
I am excited to be a part of the American Cancer Society’s team for the Falmouth Road Race this year.
It is a cause and race that has a lot of meaning to me as my mother passed away from Neuro-Endocrine Cancer 10 years ago.
However, I wouldn’t be running this race if it wasn’t for my family’s deep connect to Cape Cod. Every summer growing up, our family would travel with my Mother’s family for a week on the Cape. Many of my favorite memories of my mother and my childhood in general came from those days on Cape Cod.
That being said, I am bringing my young family to Cape Cod this summer for the first time, just as my parents started doing all those years ago. While I am excited to share this place with my children, it is somewhat bittersweet to be going without my Mom. That is the reason that I am running the race this year. While my Mom isn’t there to share our vacation, I am looking forward to running in honor of my mother, in a place that she loved so much.
THANK YOU DONORS
|Donation date||Donor name||Donation amount|
|Jun 16||Gary Galbreath||$33.55|
|Jun 06||Susan, Simona, and Carmella Casabella||$109.85|
|May 26||Justin Brown||Undisclosed amount|
|May 25||Cat Meyer Herritt||$28.10|
|Apr 15||Freshman Year Hallmate||$11.75|
|Apr 14||Anonymous||Undisclosed amount|
|Apr 13||Ryan Rainha McParland||$109.85|
|Apr 09||Melissa Ruvio||$28.10|
|Apr 09||Tina Marie Pearce||$164.35|
|Apr 09||Gay Katilius||$28.10|