Closing Ceremonies where the walkers and crew formed the outer rings and the participants who were breast cancer survivors (in the pink shirts) marched in last.
I don’t have the words to describe this weekend. It was an amazing, emotional experience to participate in the Breast Cancer 3 Day and I’m so happy that in spite of my doubts I decided to jump in and try.

I was proud that I could honor my Aunt’s memory and do something active in the fight against breast cancer – that my efforts helped to raise funds for research and awareness.

Keith was supportive from the time I told him I wanted to sign up all the way through the event. He gave up many of his weekends to train with me and when I asked him to participate, he agreed to work the event as a crew member. It was wonderful to come back to camp each day to find him there cheering my efforts. As a member of the camp services team, one of his duties was working the towel station hence his new name – towel boy!


  1. Well done Mary. This is a very important fund raise. All women should have participated in this. Your towelboy did a great job supporting you all.

  2. Thanks so much for your support. When my son did the Relay For Life he had the same feeling and emotions as you. The hardest part for him was seeing luminarias with my name and his two grandmas. My MIL died from breast cancer 15 years ago, my mom just passed away 3 months ago with lung cancer and I have MDS.

  3. so a big atta boy to your husband-that sort of support gives such strength to a relationship! He surely is a keeper-be sure and let him know how much kudos we also are giving him for being such a helper! big hugs again

  4. This is SO COOL. Wow. *Thank you* for doing this. I so wish there was something like this around my area that I could participate in. You did a fabulous job.

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