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We are GROWING….Want to Join Our Team?

ISF Development Director The Role: Development Director (P/T) The Development Director will provide flexible fundraising support, with variable weekly employment at an average of 20 hours per week. S/he will have the unique opportunity to support ISF in its efforts to...

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The Best Decision I Ever Made

By: Erin Santos It was one of the best decisions I ever made, but one of the hardest. We had just had our first Christmas without her. She was only gone 6 months. At this point I was visiting her every Wednesday and it wasn’t pretty. I kept thinking of all the things...

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NYC Marathon…Complete

By Guest Blogger: Juliane Kilcoyne I knew it was coming. I trained hard for it. But nothing could prepare me for the overwhelming emotions that came with running the NYC Marathon in Isabella’s honor last weekend. Thousands of us poured into Whitehall Station on the...

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I Am Only One, But I Am ONE

By Guest Blogger: Crystal Squires After 16 weeks of training, countless mornings of early alarms and hundreds and hundreds of miles run … I did it. I completed the Chicago Marathon. This wasn’t my first, wasn’t my last (although I do love to throw around the word...

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Carpe Diem During Training?

By Guest Blogger: Juliane Kilcoyne There’s a joke in the running world that goes something like this: “How can you tell if someone is training for a marathon? Don’t worry, they’ll tell you.” It’s true. When you are in marathon mode, nothing else seems to be as...

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Thank You 2016 Sponsors

Our Corporate Sponsors are a HUGE part of our fight against Pediatric Cancer. Without their support, we could not continue to grow and make an impact in the cancer community. It is because of them that we are able to put on the wonderful event that we do, year after...

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Mental Training

By Guest Blogger: Julie Smith I’ve sat here all evening trying to think what to write about. Normally, I don’t struggle with writing, but after the crazy week it has been in the Queen City, I am still reeling with it all. As I woke up on Thursday morning to go for a...

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Cancer’s Got To Go

By Guest Blogger: Jess Hall This week, I lost my best friend to cancer. I read that sentence and I still can’t believe it’s true. She was diagnosed with leukemia at the end of April when she went to the doctor about a cough. It’s less than five months later and she’s...

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