Man doesn’t let ALS stop him, hopes to enthuse others
June 4, 2018 - als
Syracuse N.Y. —
Among a hundreds of runners and walkers in Paige’s Butterfly Run, Charlie Davis, a curtain diagnosed with ALS dual years ago, strike a cement for a initial time given his diagnosis in his really possess “chariot.”
“We go flattering fast,” Charlie said.
Charlie’s friends took turns pulling him during a 3.1-mile march by downtown Syracuse Saturday morning.
“It’s tough to report carrying friends like, we have a support complement we have, people don’t comprehend what good friends they have until something like this happens to you,” he added.
Charlie isn’t vouchsafing a illness stop him from doing what he loves. He hopes to move his chariot to another competition this summer, ancillary other causes in a village while moving many along a way.
“It’s critical to support good causes and find a heal for all of these opposite diseases,” Charlie said.
Paige’s Butterfly run raises income for pediatric cancer and competition organizes approaching $340,000 to be lifted this year.