MS Walk 2010

On April 11, 2010 Bruce and Bobbie participated in the MS Walk hosted by the National Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society. The walk was held in Reston, Virginia. This year was a beautiful Spring Day in the low 70's as well as flowering trees on our route. Bruce rode his new red scooter and Bobbie walked the whole route. We had the company of one of Bruce's former students, Richard Hang, who teaches Latin now. It was a great day and the three of us enjoyed sun, fellowship, and fun on our WALK. Below you will find pictures from the event. Thanks to all who sponsored us and helped us raise $3,500. Bruce raised $2,000 and Bobbie raised $1,500. This is our Sixth MS Walk and Bobbie and I are proud that we have been able to raise well over $19,000 over the last seven years. Yet, we are humbled and continue to remind ourselves that this accomplishment has nothing do with us and everything to do with you, 'OUR SUPPORTERS'. In an era when the percentage of appropriated funds in the Federal Budget for research of all chronic diseases is decreasing, your commitment and selfless support means that much more especially to those of us who deal with the challenge of diseases like Multiple Sclerosis every day. To just say 'Thank You' seems so insufficient, but it is a 'Heart Filled Thank You' from both of us.


Bruce Leaving the House on our Way to the MS Walk


Bruce and Richard along with Schreech, The Nationals Maskot


Bruce at Registration Before the Walk Begins


Bruce and Bobbie #1


Bruce and Bobbie #2


The Activity Around the Fountain and Registration Area,
Reston Town Center, was Quite Frenetic.



Walkers Taking off from the Town Center

It was a Beautiful Spring Day with Many Flowering Trees on our Walk





Bruce and Richard from the Rear as Bobbie Takes Pictures


Bruce Moving Along on His New Scooter


Fellow Walkers Enjoying the Day


Greeters Cheering for Us as We Finished the Walk


Bruce at the End of the Walk


Richard, Bruce, and Bobbie #1
(At the End of the Walk)


Richard, Bruce, and Bobbie #2
(Check Out the New Red Scooter)


The Town Center Thinning Out


Very Happy With a Successful Walk
(Ready to Head for Home Through)

Our Love and Appreciation for Your Care and Support
(As Long as There Is One Who Cares, Hope for a Cure will Endure)

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