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Kicking Cancer, Columbus - Thank You!

We had a great time Sunday morning for Kicking Cancer at Otterbein University! 

Every Step Counts, Every Lap Counts - we had a great walk a thon with 150 laps completed, which means over 35 miles - that's over 70,000 steps in the right direction! 

Thank you to all of our little movers, their families and all of our movers for joining us yesterday and making it such a fun event! Thank you to everyone for your help - without your generous support none of this would be possible! 

Special thanks to: Otterbein University, specifically Dawn Stewart, Kathy Mazza, Jason Griffiths, Brandon Koons, Chad Simkins, Sarah Bedell & the Men's & Women's Soccer Teams

Special thank you for donating raffle items!  Garage Cotton

and to all of our friends who make it happen!

See link to donate directly to the James.

Goody bags

Make sure you raid your kicker's goody bag - includes some of our family friendly recipes & information from ACS on Taking Charge of Your Health as well as coupons for Athleta and The Columbus Running Company

Congratulations to our raffle winners, and thank you to everyone who 'Accepted the Challenge'! 

We asked you to lace 'em up & to bring the fight to cancer by walking/running/pushing a stroller around the track at Memorial Stadium during camp. A raffle ticket was earned for every lap walked, congrats to our winners!

Every step you take is a step in the right direction! 

Celebrating & Remembering friends & family


Littlest kickers - ready, set, go!

Otterbein dream team: Sarah, Kathy & Dawn!

Best coaches EVER!

Even our visitors from the Columbus Zoo were on the move! We loved having these special guests after camp!

See LWDF Shutterfly page for all of the great pics, please continue to share yours with us!

See below for LWDF's Snapchat & Instagram stories from Kicking Cancer!

As a reminder, all Kicking Cancer proceeds benefit OSUCCC-James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research InstituteDr. Don Bensonand his amazing team at The James are working hard to harness the power of the body’s own immune system to help multiple myeloma patients bring the fight to cancer. Their efforts thus far have been remarkable and are changing people's lives for the better. In addition to Don’s efforts at The James he is leader in his community, an active #MoveMeMonday mover, and Pelotonia participant. 

Kicking Cancer shirts still available for purchase from Garage Cotton

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