REGISTER for the EVENT SPONSOR the RACE WATCH the 2015 VIDEO This run IS personal. We run to fight against a ruthless opponent and line five kilometers with the names of those who combat cancer each day and for those that we’ve lost…participants’ parents, neighbors, friends, spouses and children.… Continue reading This Run IS Personal
Last fall I jumped at the chance to sign my then 11-year-old son Andrew up for Team CMMD in Training. I was hoping that he would catch the “running bug” and discover that he loved running just as much as I do. I am a planner, and in my brain I had it all mapped… Continue reading Team CMMD in Training … Together!
Elreida Heffernan – My Modern Day Miracle Mom by Wendy Ford, Team CMMD teammate I was 11 years old, and unable to grasp the realities of most adult conversations, but I understood that my mom was sick and needed surgery. She had cancer #1. She was 35 years old. Dad said that she was going… Continue reading Cancer Survivor: Elreida Heffernan
You are busy running your life- juggling work, kids, house, all of it and you find out your friend- someone in your inner circle- has a sick child and in the hospital. Hmm, that’s not good. You make dinner. Facebook Post, 8:00 PM: “They don’t know what’s wrong, but it’s serious. They can’t get… Continue reading So your friend’s child is sick, really sick. Now what?
http://www.philly.com/philly/news/20150810_Tons_of_food_donated_to_Chesco_pantry.html#9qVZVDuEYfAFMVCA.99 Justine McDaniel Last updated: Monday, August 10, 2015, 1:08 AM DOWNINGTOWN A Chester County organization donated more than four tons of food to a local food pantry last week. The Team CMMD Foundation, which helps area families battling cancer, brought a total of 8,215 pounds of food to Lord’s Pantry in Downingtown. Five local… Continue reading Tons of food donated to Chesco pantry
Watch Team CMMD’s lip dub of “Fight Song” by Rachel Platten here What started out as a fun activity for Team CMMD team members took on a life of its own in the spring of 2015, inspiring Broad Street Run participants, our survivors, and those who continue to fight. In the spirit of “there are… Continue reading Lip Dub Inspires with ‘Fight Song’
For the Love of Running: Mindfulness and the Finish Line By: Nicole S. Wildes, LPC Mindfulness. Ugh. I know. One more thing, right? But as race season approaches, I’m noticing way too people with their rundies in a bunch. Mindfulness simply means showing up and being open to whatever experience you are having. Noticing.… Continue reading For the Love of Running: Mindfulness and the Finish Line
The following guest post is written by Nancy Repko. It encapsulates our biggest fundraiser (Food Fight 3) –click for video-perfectly. Warning. You may need tissues. Photos courtesy of Jamie Stanek Video above courtesy of Laura Mikowychok In my house, there are two types of people. There are people who prefer words, and there are people… Continue reading Food Fight 3: Words (and numbers)
The following post was contributed by guest blogger Nicole Wildes, LPC Runners are obsessed with numbers. Pace, distance, speed, calories, intervals, pooping schedule- you name it and runners track it. Running logs and tech devices are a great way observe patterns and monitor progress over time. Concrete running data helps with accountability and tends… Continue reading Crunch the Numbers