Marine Corps Marathon will be full of reminders for Seamus Donahue
Published on espn.go.com on 10/23/2015
It was that kind of relationship. They shared the same sense of humor and a passion for running. When Michael, a major with the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division, was home, the two were training partners. They pushed each other, made fun of each other, laughed and entered countless races, from 5Ks to 10-milers.
Co-Founder and Executive Director, Lisa Hallett, and her IRONMAN KONA experience.
Mile of meaning honors military dead during Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon
Published on WRAL.com on April 13, 2014
At Mile 11, runners in the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and 1/2 Marathon in Raleigh encountered an opportunity to pause amid the party to remember those who sacrificed their lives in the United States military.
wear blue: run to remember honors fallen heroes of Iraq, Afghanistan wars
Published in AUSA on February 1, 2014
“There’s nothing quite as easy,” says Lisa Hallett, “as joining a circle of remembrance, whether or not one wishes to run. “There is a message spoken, without words, when we stand in solidarity in the circle.”
wear blue: run to remember Honors Veterans Year-Round
Published in Thurston Talk on November 11, 2013
Grief transforms to appreciation of life and honor as they run to remember and to remind the nation that the Veterans that are officially acknowledged one or two days a year are making the ultimate sacrifice every day.
wear blue: run to remember featured on Competitor Group’s Blog
Published in Competitor Group on September 19, 2013
In the steps of a long run, the lines of military and civilian continue to disappear and we are able to connect, share, learn about one another and the lives of the men and women for whom we run, remember, and honor.
‘wear blue’ Run to Remember set for Saturday
Published on King5.com on June 20, 2013
Military families at Joint Base Lewis-McChord will pay tribute to their fallen heroes this weekend, with a “Run to Remember” that coincides with the Seattle Rock & Roll Marathon.