2021 Race: In-Person with Virtual Option
We are excited to announce that the 2021 Ray of Hope Race for Ovarian Cancer Cure will take place this September with an in-person and virtual option.
- September 25, 2021 at 9:00am: In-person race held at Hoyt Park in Wauwatosa
- Run when you can during the month of September: Virtual race
Sign-up is now live on RunSignUp.com. To participate in this year’s event, follow this link:
Performance Running Outfitters
4533 N. Oakland Ave.
2:00-6:00pm on Thursday, September 23rd
Anodyne Coffee Roasting Co.
7471 Harwood Ave.
3:00-6:00pm on Friday, September 24th
1800 Swan Blvd.
7:45-8:30am on Race Day!
Thank You 2020 Donors!
Dave and Luann Baker, Ann Barnes, Beth Bloom, Nancy Bowen, Kristi Candotti, Phillip and Lori Dallman, Leah Duckert-Kroll, Kevin and Jane Duffey, Kurt and Tari Emerson, Baird Foundation, Beverly Gamrat, Barbara Gagnon Schmitz, Nicole Gibson-Murphy, Dan and Megan Hambrook, Colleen Hewitt, Howard and Nona Hocking, Shane Jones, Manpreet Kaur, Mary Kaye Keyes, Vicki Kipfmueller, Ken and Judy MacKenzie, Kay Masters, Maureen Meyers, Lesa Miller, Lindsey Moloney, Corey Murphy, Patrick and Mary Murphy, Michael Murray, Jim and Mary O’Connell, Jenny Ott, Suzanne Paiser, Susan Pedersen, Rosanne Pezze, Alexander Przybelski, Mike and Stacy Ryan, James Schultz, Cheryl Shafer Darien, Bonnie Smith, Gina Soener, Jack Spitza, Tyler Stacey, Bob Stone, Jean and Rich Tennessen, Jo Anne Tressler, Patti Ressler Doer, Andrew Turner, Whole Foods, and…
In memory of Duke by Dave and Heidi, Aaron and Niki, Sean and June, Hermie and Lisa, Joyce and Harry, Willie and Karen, Jane and Lenny
In memory of James Gibson by Kathleen.
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