Saturday June 21 Training

Posted on Jun 21, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

26 VERY humid miles this morning in memory of Susan Leigh Blair. Working for Aon, on September 11th, Susan was last seen with her employees and pregnant boss leading them from their offices on the 92nd floor. Unfortunately Susan never made it past the Sky Lobby in the South Tower. #RTNF240 Have a good day!

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AlphaGraphics- Cary, NC Joined RTNF

Posted on Jun 20, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Please welcome AlphaGraphics in Cary, NC on board owned by Ed and Carol LeClair! They will be handling print including banners. Happy to have them on board! Please support them for your printing needs. http://www.alphagraphics.com/centers/cary-north-carolina-us398/

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Team Meeting

Posted on Jun 19, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Very thankful for these folks for jumping on the RTNF wagon and volunteering their time to help promote and work on different aspects to raise funds, logistical planning, print material etc…. A fundraising “party” is in the works as well as a raffle. Thank you Ryan, Jim, Julie, David, Linda, Jennifer, Anastasia, Andrew and Erica. As well asTia and Catherine ware working on a sponsorship...

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Feeling Healthy!

Posted on Apr 21, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Feeling much better, no more achilles issues!!!! A very productive week of running, 71.75 miles with 60.5 of them being Thursday through Sunday. ¬†Only one way to go from here…..UP! Lots of work to do from run logistics to support and contacting towns and counties.

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1/9-1/11 Training In Memory of Joseph Amatuccio

Posted on Jan 11, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Thursday, Friday and Saturday’s training in memory of Joseph Amatuccio, the Port Authority’s manager of operations and maintenance at the World Trade Center. Joseph had 2 children and looked forward to family day on Sunday’s. Joseph was last seen in the lobby of the South Tower. Thursday, 1/9- 8.5 Easy Miles Friday, 1/10- 30 minute spin Saturday, 1/11- 13 miles through Umstead. Felt a little tweak in the left Achilles on...

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