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Kate Taunton-Rigby is running the Boston Marathon to support Boston Children’s Hospital

You can support her at Trivia Night at Joe Sent Me on March 21 and at Bertucci’s Dining for Dollars on April 10.

Trivia Night – 3/21 – Joe Sent Me – Waltham, MA – Trivia begins at 8:00 PM – cash prize and auction for Sox Tickets and other great items (https://www.facebook.com/events/1193114107452854/)
Pizza Night -4/10 – Bertuccis Wayland Town Center 4PM-9PM – 15% proceeds donated to Boston Children’s Hospital.  (Click the image for a larger version.  Bring and present a printout of the coupon when you visit Bertucci’s)

Fundraising: http://fundraise.childrenshospital.org/goto/KTR

My Profile Info:

  • Name: Kate Taunton-Rigby, Wayland, MA
  • Age: 35
  • Reason for Running: Children being sick and families enduring is the LAST thing anyone really wants to think about though it is those children and their families who need the most recognition, support and prayers. I’ve always been passionate about blending awareness in to my love for running. My husband and I have been incredibly blessed with two wonderful (health) kids which has made it it even that much more important to work on behalf of others.
  • Marathon Experience: This will be my 7th Boston Marathon and 9th consecutive year running (between my husband’s efforts while I was pregnant and training together in 2013) to Benefit Boston Children’s Hospital. It is an incredible experience and I’m fortunate to be a part of such a great day and team.
  • Training Tip: You have to have good music, books on tape, the comedy channel onPandora, and chocolate milk for recovery

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