Snowshoe for the Cure drums up $90K
More than 900 people showed up, many in pink, some more than others, for Snowshoe for the Cure at Frisco’s Nordic Center on Friday and Saturday. The winter-based walks came in the tradition of snowshoe fun and community spirit.
Altogether, it has raised over $1 million since its inception to fight breast cancer, with this weekend’s festivities generating more than $90,000 alone, according to organizers. Susan G. Komen Colorado and the town of Frisco organized the family-friendly event that included Friday’s Pink Party with a 3k, a 5k and Lil’ Stomper Dash for children, all on Saturday.
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