February 19, 2015
MOR Braves the Cold for a Good Cause: Cupid's Chase
This past Saturday, Dawn Stillwell and Jacquie Palma of Mercer Oak Realty braved the cold and ran in the Cupid’s Chase 5K in Princeton. The race is held by the national non-profit Community Options, Inc. and raises money to benefit people with disabilities by providing them with housing and employment support.
Dawn and Jacquie were joined by Angelique Flynn of SERVPRO of Bordentown. The ladies showed their support for the cause by donning red and white shirts and running in last weekend’s frigid temperatures.
This is the seventh year for Cupid’s Chase. The race was held in over 30 cities around the country and raised in excess of $200,000 to support people with disabilities. The Princeton race raised nearly $8,000, exceeding their goal of $7,000.
If you would like to join the Mercer Oak team in future 5Ks or know of a good cause to run for please contact Dawn Stillwell.
To learn more about Community Options please visit their website.
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