Sept 2005: 4th Annual International Race for Research Raises Record Amount

Sept 2005: 4th Annual International Race for Research Raises Record Amount

With a picture perfect day in PRF’s hometown of Peabody, Massachusetts, where loads of runners and walkers enjoyed a morning of exercise, costumed characters, food, drinks, t-shirts and awards. 

 
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With a picture perfect day in PRF's hometown of Peabody, Massachusetts, where loads of runners and walkers enjoyed a morning of exercise, costumed characters, food, drinks, t-shirts and awards. Thanks to the tremendous support of local businesses, the generosity of our participants and sponsors, and Rosie's satellite race, we raised over $22,000!


Larry Harrington of NorthShore Bank gets the walkers started.


Andrew's Walkers received a special award for their support of all 4 races. The group walks in loving memory of Andrew Cummings. Pictured are Andrew's friends and relatives, with PRF Board member Scott Berns, Executive Director Audrey Gordon, and Sam.


Lindsay's Grandma held her own Race for Research in Michigan, raising over $7,000 and gaining new awareness and support for Progeria research. Thanks so much Rosie!

 
 


Lindsay is all smiles as she walks in Michigan’s first PRF Race for Research


The crew at Rosie’s Race!

Congratulations to our Winners:2 Mile Fun Run/Walk:

First place in their age categories:

  • Kyle Gauthier
  • Ashley Cummings
  • Michele Christian
  • Kathy Lawrence
  • Joanne Hawksworth
  • Bob Connell

Second place:

  • Andrew Bortone
  • Troy Kline
  • Leslie Gordon
  • Rich Cummings
  • Marie Kachinski

Click here for the 5K winners.

 

Thank you to all of our major sponsors:

 
  • Alice & Lew Berns
  • B & B Gordon Associates
  • Gravoc Associates, Inc.
  • Jack Keilty, Esq.
  • Peter Albert
  • Total Entertainment


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