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THE STORY:

Running the Bank of America Chicago Marathon for the first time in support of the United Way of Metro Chicago

$7,930

MONEY RAISED
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  • Anonymous

    $1,000

  • Becky

    $100

  • Anonymous

    $1,000

  • Your Campaign Co-Chair

    $1,000

  • Keith Banks

    $300

  • Doug DiVirgilio

    $100

  • Darrell Harmon

    $100

  • The Anderluh Family

    $50

  • Tracy

    $100

  • Anonymous

    $250

  • Anonymous

    $250

  • Caryn and Jon

     

  • Jay Henderson

    $250

  • Ann Limberg

    $500

  • Ellen Costello

    $1,000

  • Holly O'Neill

    $100

  • Kieth Cockrell

    $100

  • Risa Davis

    $50

  • Phil & Diane Lorenzini

    $250

  • Christal Stinson

    $50

  • Anonymous

    $30

  • Pat Canning

    $250

  • Diane Wagner

    $100

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The Team: $7,930 TOTAL RAISED SO FAR

Donor Comments

Diane Wagner

Diane Wagner

DONATION: $100

Way to go! You did it and congratulations 4 years ago

Pat Canning

Pat Canning

DONATION: $250

4 years ago

Anonymous

ANONYMOUS

DONATION: $30

4 years ago

Christal Stinson

Christal Stinson

DONATION: $50

4 years ago

Phil & Diane Lorenzini

Phil & Diane Lorenzini

DONATION: $250

4 years ago

Risa Davis

Risa Davis

DONATION: $50

4 years ago

Kieth Cockrell

Kieth Cockrell

DONATION: $100

4 years ago

Holly O'Neill

Holly O'Neill

DONATION: $100

I know you are going to run a "gutsy" race Tim - good luck! ..... "The marathon is like a bullfight. There are two ways to kill a bull, for instance. There is the easy way, for one. But all the great matadors end up either dead or mauled because for them killing the bull is not nearly as important as how they kill the bull. They always approach the bull at the greatest risk to themselves, and I admire that. In the marathon, likewise, there are two ways to win. There's the easy way if all you care about is winning. You hang back and risk nothing. Then kick and try to nip the leaders at the end. Or you can push, challenge the others, make it an exciting race, risking everything. Maybe you lose, but as for me, I'd rather run a gutsy race, pushing all the way and lose, then run a conservative, easy race only for a win." -Alberto Salazar, three-time winner of the NYC marathon 4 years ago

Ellen Costello

Ellen Costello

DONATION: $1,000

4 years ago

Ann Limberg

Ann Limberg

DONATION: $500

4 years ago