This morning Allison and I got up at 4:30am and headed down to Boston for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Allison worked with the Zeta’s on handing out bags, shirts, and hats to the survivors. I walked around and checked out the booths while I waited for the race to begin. Allison also gave a great speech to the entire crowd. I am so proud of her addressing a crowd of over 5,000. She did a great job.

I participated in the race as a runner. I ended up walking most of the race because there wasn’t really much space to do any running. I did end up running over a mile of the race. Hey, I’m working up to more than one mile. Maybe on the race at the end of October. It took me about 43 minutes total. I’ll improve on the next one.

Allison addresses the crowd, surrounded by the survivors.
Allison addresses the crowd, surrounded by the survivors.
Drew and Allison
Drew and Allison
Drew finishing the race.
Drew finishing the race.

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2 Responses to “Race for the Cure…”

  1. What cure were ya’ll marching for? Is it breast cancer, because the Zeta’s philanthropy that I know is Artritis.

  2. Drew says:

    It was a race, a running race, for Breast Cancer. That is the philanthropy for Zeta Tau Alpha. That is the sorority that ym wife was in. What Zeta are you talking about?

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