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Note from Tonya: A Summer Escape Can Be Right Where You Are

It’s summertime. It’s hot. Kids of all ages are easily bored. But let’s look at that same factual statement and add a little extra to it- “extra” is a word my family uses a lot, especially with me! It’s summertime, and a summer escape from the heat, and from boredom...

ALS, Legacy, and Baseball: The Cluthe Family Story

Matt and Laurel Cluthe prepare to take a family road trip from Kansas City to watch a Houston Astros game at Minute Maid Park. The city and team carry many memories for the couple. Both are native Houstonians and diehard Astros fans. From attending games as children...

Note from Tonya: Overcoming Impostor Syndrome

Who am I? Have you ever found yourself stopping to ask yourself this question? What am I here for; what am I supposed to be doing on this earth-and CAN I even do it?

Bill’s Story: Running Through the Tape

Bill Corrigan is an active outdoorsman who has always enjoyed hobbies like hiking and running. He initially got into marathon running to combat high cholesterol, and he ended up enjoying it so much that he made it his goal to complete all six World Marathon Majors....
When a Walk Becomes a Run

When a Walk Becomes a Run

  The Walk to Defeat ALS is a favored celebration of hope that takes place in Texas every October. For many, it is a...