With $71,000 raised for cancer research Sunday in Canton, Moses Run/Walk closing in on $1.5 million total over 36 years
Wednesday, April 30, 2014 - 9:20 am

 

CANTON -- The 36th Annual Edward I Moses Walk/Run for Life raised more than $70,000 on Sunday for the battle in St. Lawrence County against cancer.

On a beautiful day, participants raised just over $71,000 in the annual fundraiser, bringing the total raised in the event’s 36-year history to a figure approaching $1.5 million.

Pictured above are members of Team Eric, Team Terri, Team Jean, and Walking for Walt along with St. Lawrence County Cancer Fund Committee members.

In front are Brent and Melissa Deso, Jill Mouthorp, Jessica Bogardus and Sami Curtis; back, Tammy Campbell, Teresa Pennyfeather , Cindy Murdie, Nancy Garrand, Beverly Sabad, Elaine Perry, St. Lawrence County Cancer Fund Past President Mark Brackett, Bonnie Ashley, Penny Bogardus, Cyndi Measheaw, and St. Lawrence County Cancer Fund PresidentKellie Hitchman.

The John Deere miniature Gator was won by The Lisbon Interact Club, and driven by Ethan Bogardus, below. Ethan won the Duane Garrow award for the highest fundraiser under age 12. The Lisbon Interact Club will raffle the gator to raise money for juvenile diabetes.

Photos by Denny Barr, twoguysandacamera.photoreflect.com