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Posted on:
02/26/2015

Important Notice: Mary's Walk & the Kerrymen 5K have been re-scheduled for Sunday, March 29th. Same time, same place. 

The Bad News:

If you live in Maine (heck, if you live anywhere north of Florida) you know this has been one of the toughest winters on record with truly epic amounts of snow. Despite the heroic efforts of the Public Works Department, it looks like the Mary's Walk/Kerrymen 5K route cannot be safely cleared in time. With more than 3,500 people attending, proper road conditions are absolutely vital. The Mary's Walk committee has conferred with the city managers, the police department, public works and Thornton Academy staff, and we have made the decision to postpone the event.

Posted on:
02/25/2015

Posted on:
02/12/2015

Still stuck on the waitlist? Here's another chance!

Coast 93.1 morning show host (and triathlete!) Eva Matteson will be giving away additional Tri for a Cure entires between February 16 and March 2!

Tune in and you can still get a spot in this year's Triathlon.

While you're at it, check out this video of Eva & Blake working on "wetsuit stripping!"

 

Posted on:
02/06/2015

Wow! We just passed the $100,000 fundraising mark in record time! We can't thank you enough for your help fundraising for Mary's Walk & the Kerrymen 5K.  

There's just over a month to go until we meet up in Saco, and we're really hoping to break our record from last year. With over 3,000 walkers and runners in the race, we could meet our goal in no time if everyone asked one friend to support them with a donation.

We also have a sneak peak of our top-fundraiser prize that just came in. Check out this cool "shamrock" Sea Bag":

Posted on:
01/30/2015

The registration drawing closes on Sunday night! We hope you'll join us for the 2015 Tri for a Cure!

Posted on:
01/29/2015

Posted on:
01/28/2015

Walk or Run!  Early-Bird Registration closes Feb 1. 

Sign Me Up!

Posted on:
01/26/2015

Falmouth, Maine. Maine Cancer Foundation has announced $325,229 in awards to ten Maine organizations, including an effort to bring a revolutionary lung cancer screening technology to four Maine hospitals.

Known as “low-dose CT scans” (LDCT), the new technique allows doctors to detect lung tumors at stage one and stage two, a time when treatments are more effective. Historically, most lung cancers are detected at stage three or four when obvious symptoms appear and the odds successful treatment are slim.

Posted on:
01/22/2015

A quick reminder: We will announce the randomly selected winners of the registration drawing on Monday, February 2, 2015.

We will email the results to you and also post it on the Tri for a Cure website.

Enter the Registration Drawing for 2015!

Posted on:
01/21/2015

Want a nice shirt?

Register for Mary's Walk or the Kerrymen 5K before February 1st and you'll get a nice shirt!

Sign Me Up!

 

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