Runners lift income for teacher’s quarrel opposite ALS
December 28, 2014 - als
CANFIELD, Ohio (WKBN) — The warmer continue done for good using conditions Saturday in Canfield.
About 600 runners strike a cement during a Canfield Fairgrounds for this year’s Jingle Bell Run.
Registration fees for a 5K lifted income for American Cancer Society and Chip In For Chris. The gift supports former Boardman High School clergyman Christine Terlesky in her quarrel opposite ALS.
“And with a medical bills, that I’m certain are adding up. I’m certain it’s assent of mind to have some additional income there to assistance out with whatever we can do to make her life a small easier and her family’s life a small easier,” pronounced Christine Ignazio, a Jingle Bell Run organizer.
The kids started a day’s events with a half-mile competition for runners age 12 and under. Organizers contend Saturday was one of a warmest of a 17 years a Jingle Bell Run has taken place.