This event is life changing, the camaraderie is unbelievable and the cause is so important.
Hi everyone, this is a photo of my husband and his siblings: a wonderful family of 5 with 3 sisters and 2 brothers. This is one of the last photos taken of them all together. Four out of five have been diagnosed with cancer.
We lost Susan over 30 years ago, third from the bottom right, at the young age thirty-three from melanoma. She left behind a three year old son, a newborn daughter and loving husband.
Jessica Dunton will be one of a 1,000 athletes participating in the Maine Cancer Foundation’s Tri for a Cure. This will be her third Tri for a Cure. But in 2013, Jessica never imagined she would participate in the Tri, let alone any triathlon.
When Cancer hits..it hits hard. It hits home.
Who knows anyone who hasn't been affected by it? My relationship to Cancer began when I was a toddler. My mom was given 6 months to live. Ovarian Cancer. She took one day at a time. She lived until the day I graduated from High School. She was a fighter, a volunteer, a beautiful model, a devoted mom.
The 2016 Tri for a Cure will be my 4th TFAC.
I love this event for the amazing people I have met and become friends with. I love this event for the cause it is supporting - the fight against cancer.
In 2016 I will again dedicate my Tri to my dad, Wes Jordan, who I lost to pancreatic cancer in 2002. I also dedicate my Tri for mom, who is now a breast cancer survivor. I also dedicate this to all those fighting the disease - kick cancer's butt! To those that are survivors - way to go! And with a heavy heart, those we have lost to this horrible disease.