amy briggs wrote -
We are running in memory of Evan Guardi, who was a Seargent in the US Army from 2003-2007. In September of 2005 he was sent to New Orleans to aid in the Hurricane Katrina relief. He was deployed to Iraq from April 2006 - May 2007. Evan was a part of the 21st Combat Support Hospital, 3rd Medical Command during Operation Iraqi Freedom Rotation. Evan came home in May after leaving the army and was killed in a snowmobile accident in December of 2007. He is greatly loved and greatly missed.
Sitrin is reaching out to the entire community for its 1st Annual Stars and Stripes Run/Walk in an effort to raise awareness and money for the Sitrin's Military Rehabilitation Program. Come out in honor or in memory of a loved one who has served our country. This year we're making it easier than ever to let all of our participants and supporters get involved.
We've partnered with Crowdrise to encourage all participants to unite and fundraise for the Sitrin Foundation. Just imagine the impact the entire community can have when harnessed to give back in a fun and compelling way! Your generosity and fundraising efforts will support Sitrin's Military Rehabilitation Program, which provides care for wounded warriors who have post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injuries, post-acute substance abuse, and other combat related conditions.
Anyone can walk or run as as individual by clicking here to register for Sitrin's Stars and Stripes Run/Walk, or create your own team by clicking the REGISTER button above to get started and pay the $25 entry fee.
Click Here to Visit the Stars and Stripes Run/Walk Website.