What a great week we've had for Troy's Run Foundation.
Following the Road Race I ran with my nephew, I met later in the week with MP Bev Shipley. We dressed Mr Shipley in a Troy's Run cycling Helmet, from our 'Helmets For All' campaign, and chatted about all things Troy's Run (see video attached).
This past weekend, Me and my Wife travelled to Dundas Valley Conservation Area (Ancaster, ON) to take part in the 22nd Annual Sulpher Springs 50 Mile Ultra Race.
My second 'official' Ultra race, my Wife's first, and it was everything you could imagine. What a great experience to see my Wife complete such a huge task. 50 miles... that's 80km's, in 12hrs or less. Unbelievable.
We connected with many of our friends in the Ultra running community, and were equally happy to see our great friend Laura Perry take first place in the women's division AND first place OVERALL!!
Troy's Run Foundation was well represented at the race.
A big thank-you to Lambton-Kent-Middlesex MP Bev Shipley who spoke of Troy Adams, of Troy's Run Foundation, in the House of Commons on Wednesday, May 28, 2014.
A link to the video is attached to this post.
Remember JUNE IS BRAIN INJURY AWARENESS MONTH. Donate today and keep HOPE alive for brain injury survivor's and their loved ones.
We're hosting a movie night, Wednesday, June 4th, 2014 at the Kineto Theatre in Forest. Troy's Run presents: Head Games the Film. Check out our calendar on the website to see where and what we'll be doing all month long.
Let's keep the good times rolling! Remember to DONATE so we can keep our campaign's going strong.