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16th Annual Mary's Firemen for a Cure
$4,395 raised
59 contributors
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Ended Jan 21, 2020

In 2004, Mary and Wayne Allen started “Firemen for a Cure” to give firefighters the opportunity to raise awareness about breast cancer. Mary was a long-time employee at Shawnee Peak and had successfully fought breast cancer for nearly 10 years. Wayne is a volunteer firefighter in North Bridgton. Mary and Wayne wanted to create a fun event for firefighters while fighting for a cause that was deeply personal for them. Unfortunately, Mary lost her battle in 2005, but Wayne and Mary’s three adult-children, Christine, David and Ryan decided to keep the race going, renaming it, “Mary’s Firemen for a Cure” in 2006.

 

Over the Past 15 Years, “Firemen for a Cure” and Mary’s Firemen for a Cure™ have raised over $200,000 helping to fight breast cancer and fund research initiatives to help find a cure.

 

Any donations are greatly appreciated. All proceeds go to the Susan G. Komen New England.

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