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Team UAPA Raced for the Cure!

race Saturday, May 17, turned out to be a beautiful morning for a race, and all members of Team UA Progressive Action enjoyed being part of the 40,000-plus men, women, children, and (yes!) dogs walking and running for the cure for breast cancer.

After the team's two 5K runners (Pat Hadler and Jamie McLuckie) took off at 8:30 a.m., the rest of the team participating that morning (Barb Falkenberg, Susan Otte, Jody Scarbrough, and UAPA co-founder and breast cancer survivor Susan Truitt) gathered for the 5K walkers' 8:45 start. As Governor Ted Strickland started the race and the crowd began to move, we felt a surge of supportive spirit from the thousands gathered for the race. At the finish an hour or so later, we all agreed that it was a morning well spent.

UAPA would like to thank all who donated to the Race for the Cure by registering for Team UA Progressive Action. In addition to those named above were Jan Davis, Carole Depaola, George Hadler, Bill Hadler, Kathy Panning, Diane Reichwein, and Marty Stinehart, who were unable to participate that morning.

We are already looking forward to next year's race and hope more of you can join us, whether in body or spirit. We look forward to adding your name to the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure's Team UA Progressive Action in May 2009!

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