I am participating in the Fight For Air Climb on March 22nd. "The Climb", as it's sometimes very simply referred to, is not just another 5k, or something-something-a-thon. No. The Fight for Air Climb is a "race" to the top of the Metropolitan Building in downtown St. Louis. That's 40 flights of stairs in about 10 minutes, depending on fitness level (my fastest time was about 6:30 a couple years ago).
As the race nears, I would appreciate your help.
For the next 2 years and 49 weeks, her dad battled the disease despite the tolls on his body.
Then, one Monday morning he went to the hospital for what seemed like a common cold. The next Monday, he passed away, a mere 5 months before we were married. He was the father-in-law I never had.
This is now my fourth year participating in the Fight For Air Climb with "Bob's Builders." The first two years I participated for multiple reasons, not the least of
which was to satisfy my competitive nature. I even took 3rd place in my age group one year.
But now it's different.
I'm a little older, not quite in the same shape I was while playing college basketball, but I'm still submitting myself to 10 minutes or more of grueling
physical activity in memory of Robert Farley and his valiant two year
and 50 week battle with lung cancer.
you for joining this important fight for children with asthma, teens
who are pressured to start smoking, people with lung cancer and
emphysema, and everyone who wants to breathe healthy air in our
communities. And thank you in advance for your contribution.
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