Don't miss your chance to help us raise some much-needed money for the National Brain Tumor Society and brain cancer treatment research. Unlike all our years prior, this year's event is going to a 'virtual' 5K. Sure, things are just about fully-opened and back to normal here in Maine, however when the planning phase for this year's Bob Burns Memorial 5K was in the works, that wasn't the case. And sadly, there just isn't enough time to change the event back to an in-person event for 2021.

This does present attendees with some unique benefits though. Not only can you run the 5K wherever works best for you, you can also do it over the course of two days. Typically the 5K is held on the last Sunday in July, this year it will be a two day event spanning the weekend of July 24th & 25th.

There's still plenty of time to sign up before the event, too. Just click here to get signed up to run, and remember, the sooner you sign up the more money you'll save on the registration fee. Of course, we don't mind if you pay more for the registration because all of the money is going straight to brain cancer research.

Oh and if you haven't had the pleasure of meeting the President of Kelly's Cause for Brain Tumors and one of my best friends on planet earth, allow me to introduce you!

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