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  • […] a great feeling knowing that I had beaten this thing. Another feel good moment was running in the Get Your Rear In Gear 5k in Boston that following weekend. Kyle’s Colon Clan 2.0 was a group of some of my family and friends […]

  • […] Authority Red, Orange and Blue “T” lines, the rollout was funded with money raised at Get Your Rear in Gear – Boston, and matched by a grant from the PVBLIC […]

  • Anastasia Baima says:

    My family came back for a 2nd year. We had a wonderful time remembering everyone in our family who has dealt with this disease and feel like there is something we can do to make a difference and not feel so powerless.

  • Stephen Gilroy says:

    Last September I received my diagnosis of colon cancer. This September after 2 surgeries I was able to run in my first 5k ever for The Weehawken boys. Thank you Colon Cancer Coalition for giving us an opportunity to set a goal of running and fundraising for the cause. Look forward to participating with my family and friends for many years to come.

    • Erin Peterson says:

      Stephen, thanks for being a part of such a special day. I’m glad you found us! Congratulations on running your first 5K! It’s a great accomplishment. We’ll see you next year, and let us know if there is anything we can help you with in the meantime.

  • […] Boston entrepreneur, Billy Hartford, owner of the South Boston Running Emporium began supporting Get Your Rear in Gear – Boston in 2011. In early 2014, two months after the 2013 5K, and just two weeks after the birth of his […]

  • Kathleen says:

    awesome day, so many people, so many children. I’m 11 year survivor and I wanted to shout that out to help others but I proudly wore my survivor tag and sometimes sadly looked for others wearing the same.
    God bless everyone. See you next year.
    (anyone having trouble viewing photos for the day?)

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