The 5th Annual 'Pancreatic Cancer Research 5K Walk/Run' is Saturday, September 23, at Coburn Park, Skowhegan. Jodie Mosher-Towle, who has spearheaded the event from the beginning, joined us on the Moose Morning Show.
'The Moose is on the Loose' Saturday, Oct. 1 for the Hope with Every Step Super Hero A-T Walk, 5K Run, and Family Fun Day!
Lisa and Chris Brochu joined us on the Moose Morning Show to talk about A-T and this year's event.
Registration gets underway at 7am at Spruce Mountain High School, Community Drive, in Jay...
'Amy Buxton's Underdog Jog Memorial 5K Run/Walk' is an annual event in remembrance of Amy Buxton. She dedicated her life to saving dogs and helping her local community. Her friends and family are dedicated to continuing to support her passions through this annual event.
The Buddy Walk is Sunday (9/27) at Capital Park in Augusta. This event is "celebrating the abilities and accomplishments of Mainers with Down syndrome!"
To donate, just click here. To read Ronald Reagan's proclamation, click right here...
Jodie Mosher-Towle was with us this morning to talk about the Pancreatic Cancer Research 5k. It's this Saturday (9/22/15) at Coburn Park in Skowhegan. Registration begins at 8am. In addition to the 5K, there will be a kid fun run at 9. The walk and timed race begin at 10...
When somebody knows what they're talking about and are passionate about it, it makes for a great interview. Jenna Mehnert is just such a person. I got a lot from our chat this morning and you will too.
Amy Buxton's Underdog Jog Memorial 5K Run/Walk' is an annual event in remembrance of Amy Buxton. She dedicated her life to saving dogs and helping her local community. Her friends and family are dedicated to continuing to support her passions through this annual event.
Susie Whittington is passionate about her job. In fact, it's not just a job for her, it's a passion. That job is helping homeless veterans get housing, supplies and a new start in life after, selflessly, serving our country.
I recently heard a story about a man who commutes to work every day on his bike from Lewiston to the Turner Hannaford.That's right, every day no matter the weather, Rich Clark hops on his motorized bicycle and goes on his 15-mile jaunt (one way, 30 miles both). He says you just have to bundle up in cold winter weather. I'd say that is commitment to his job.