Thursday, October 14, 2010

Susan G Komen-Orange County Race for the Cure Pictures

photos by : lisa petrarca
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sharing a moment (double click to see larger view)

On Sept. 26th we did our annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. This year my boss joined us. He was a little leary because he thought that it would be only women. But he got quite the surprise when he saw so many men & they were dressed up too!

this guy is awesome in his tight pink tank!




My boss's wife just beat breast cancer & my friend passed away from it last year, so I really think it's important to do whatever I can. Paying the $30.00 fee & walking a 5k early in the morning is really a small price to pay.
supporters

the crew

Posted along the route is pictures of lost loved ones.

Anyone who has or had breast cancer (yes, men included) wears a pink t-shirt. Very inspiring to see so many people tackling this battle.

I wanted to share the event with everyone & encourage you to click their website
HERE & find a race in your area.




there was plenty of entertainment

the doggy didn't care for the music


encouragement



inspiring


the finish line



YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wonderful cause Lis. You are wonderful to not only care, but try to help with a solution. Love, Mommy.

Sayrah said...

This is so good. People have the courage and support to fight the cancer because of event like this.. to you, Lisa, you're such a nice person to have shared this here.. :) have a blissful day ahead.

MedaM said...

When it is about the things like this, what ever participation is welcome and precious. It really nice from you to try to support the way you can. This is another proof that you are a person with a big heart.
Have a wonderful weekend!

Sashindoubutsu said...

This is wonderful! Having a great time while doing it for a cause. I'm planning to join a 10k fun run on November, also for a cause: "Save Rice, Save Lives".

Thank you for sharing this post.

Bonnie said...

These are really great pictures and capture the sentiment of the race.

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Phivos Nicolaides said...

Wonderful post of a wonderful activity! Have a great weekend.

The Photodiarist said...

Wow! Congrats for finishing the walk. It is an incredible cause. Love the photo showing the thousands of people on the road walking for the betterment of others. Fantastic!

bravegrrl said...

what an amazing event. and your photos are awesome!

yes, everyone can make a difference!!!!

Dlife said...

amazing cause thanks to show us on your blog a very serious question,everybody can be involved in it,cancer it's a disease that dont look where strikes,you ca be the "pope" or
a nation president a queen or a king,rich,poor,famous,black,white,muslim,catholic and son on...you'll must be interested in fight against it.

DUTA said...

Very impressive march! The doggie in the pink shirt provides the comic relief within all this gathering engaged in the efforts to help the battle against a terrible disease.

Thanks for sharing.

MelRoXx said...

This was amusing.As you pointed out, it is very impressive to see so many people tackling this battle!

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