Join 103.5 KISS FM for the Komen Idaho Race for The Cure
Lace up your shoes and break out your pink! The Komen Idaho Race for the Cure is back and 103.5 KISS FM needs your help to “KISS the Cure!”
Join Our KISS The Cure Team
The annual Race for the Cure 5K floods Parkcenter Boulevard on Saturday May 13th and team registration for our KISS The Cure team is now OPEN! You’ll have till late April to sign up for the team, but if you sign up between now and February 28th, 2017 your registration is just $19 in honor of the 19th annual Boise Race for the Cure. You’ll also be entered to win a free pair of running shoes from our good friend Mike Shuman, at Shu’s Idaho Running Company! (They’re celebrating 20 in business in 2017!)
So how to you join our team? Click HERE to go to the Race for the Cure registration page. When you click register, click JOIN EXISTING TEAM and search for KISS the CURE before completing your registration. Or you can visit our TEAM PAGE, scroll down and click JOIN OUR TEAM.
Why Do You Race?
I’m co-vice president of a running club Team Run Boise here in the Treasure Valley and we’ve got an incredible woman by the name of Gloria Rhodes on our team. Even before TRB existed, I’ve seen Gloria on the Race for the Cure course every year since I moved to the Treasure Valley. She kicked breast cancer’s ass and has been a member of the KISS the CURE team every year! I race for Gloria. I also race women like my friend Nikki’s bestie who’s no longer able to run after going through breast cancer treatment herself. Every since her treatment, her bones have been so weak that when she tries to run, she ends up with stress fractures. Running’s such a core part of who I am, that it breaks my heart that this sweet lady can’t enjoy it anymore, so I race for those who can’t. I race for the survivors and those still fighting!
Did you know?
1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their life and 87% of women diagnosed have NO history of breast cancer in their family. The five year survival rate for patients who are diagnosed early is 98%, but a lot of women in Idaho are uninsured, under insured or live in rural areas where it’s not easy to make it to a mammogram. The funds raised through Race for the Cure helps these women receive life saving mammograms! 75% of the money stays in Idaho to provide screenings, diagnostics and patient assistance programs like helping moms going through treatment find child care and providing gas cards to women needing to travel for treatment!
Make a difference by joining 103.5 KISS FM for the 5K run/walk at Race for the Cure!!!