A summer morning downpour didn't stop thousand of people from turning out to run, bike and swim in the annual Maine Cancer Foundation Tri For a Cure which raised a record setting $1.6 million. Check out these photos from participant Michele Mullen.
It's back! The 5k before Maine Cancer Foundation's Tri For a Cure in July! It's one of the most beautiful run/walks in Maine. It's the Twilight 5K at the Southern Maine Community College Campus in South Portland.
“WITCHES WEAR PINK” is a group of dedicated women who have joined hands to strengthen the fight against breast cancer. This years event will benefit the Maine Cancer Foundation. Their mission is to help find a cure while giving back to our community, celebrating …
Part of why we do Cans for a Cure is to make sure women do their self breast exams and get their mammograms. My mom didn't get a mammogram because she was scared. Are you scared? Meredith and I want to help...
Want the Q to stop by and pick up your bottles and cans for the Q's Cans for a Cure? It's easy! All we ask is that you have at least 100 dollars worth of bottles and cans or a combo with cash to help with the biggest bottle drive in Maine!
The Twilight 5K was Thursday night at 7pm at SMCC to benefit the Maine Cancer Foundation. It's the same course as the Tri for a Cure Triathlon. It goes in waves...first survivors, then men, then women and last but not least - families, friends, walkers and...hamburgers? Yup.
Registration is open for the Twilight 5K! Please join us on Thursday, June 12 at 7pm in South Portland, Maine as a walker or a runner. Every step you take is another stride toward a cancer-free Maine! Come run (or even walk) right by me!