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Congratulations Tim

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    Richard_K
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      There was a very successful 5k at the New Jersey Miles for Melanoma today. After a night of heavy rain, the sun came out and dried the course, helping many to get personal best times. I’m not sure if it was a personal best, but Tim Turnham “Tim–MRF” took first place in his age group. Congratulations Tim!
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        Tina D
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          Congrats to Tim!

          Tina D
          Participant

            Congrats to Tim!

            Tina D
            Participant

              Congrats to Tim!

              Tim–MRF
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                One of the advantages of getting old is that you have fewer and fewer people in your age group!  

                The best part was getting to meet a lot of people in the melanoma community.  Team Julie was a group of 40 people who came out to support a young woman currently in treatment for Stage IV.  Julie had a high fever the day before and couldn't get out of bed, but she came out and ran the 5 k.  She was helped across the finish line by a friend on each side of her, and her entire team lined the last few yards to cheer her in.

                Lot's of teams for people in treatment or in memory of people who this cancer has taken from them.  In, it was a tremendous and committed group that raised enough money to fund a new research grant–truly a great accomplishment.

                Tim–MRF

                 

                Tim–MRF
                Guest

                  One of the advantages of getting old is that you have fewer and fewer people in your age group!  

                  The best part was getting to meet a lot of people in the melanoma community.  Team Julie was a group of 40 people who came out to support a young woman currently in treatment for Stage IV.  Julie had a high fever the day before and couldn't get out of bed, but she came out and ran the 5 k.  She was helped across the finish line by a friend on each side of her, and her entire team lined the last few yards to cheer her in.

                  Lot's of teams for people in treatment or in memory of people who this cancer has taken from them.  In, it was a tremendous and committed group that raised enough money to fund a new research grant–truly a great accomplishment.

                  Tim–MRF

                   

                  Tim–MRF
                  Guest

                    One of the advantages of getting old is that you have fewer and fewer people in your age group!  

                    The best part was getting to meet a lot of people in the melanoma community.  Team Julie was a group of 40 people who came out to support a young woman currently in treatment for Stage IV.  Julie had a high fever the day before and couldn't get out of bed, but she came out and ran the 5 k.  She was helped across the finish line by a friend on each side of her, and her entire team lined the last few yards to cheer her in.

                    Lot's of teams for people in treatment or in memory of people who this cancer has taken from them.  In, it was a tremendous and committed group that raised enough money to fund a new research grant–truly a great accomplishment.

                    Tim–MRF

                     

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