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Run the 2013 Marine Corps Marathon!
38th Marine Corps Marathon
October 27, 2013
Take your passion for a diabetes cure to the streets of Washington! Join Team Joslin in running in one of the United States' most iconic races — the 38th Marine Corps Marathon. Run 26.2 miles through our nation’s capital to show your commitment to a cure.
This race has officially sold out, however, you can still guarantee your entry when you commit to fundraise with Team Joslin! Apply today by contacting Jessica Orndorff at Jessica.email@example.com. MCM runners are asked to commit to a fundraising minimum of $1,000. Joslin will provide team apparel as well as fundraising coaching and advice on nutrition and marathon training.
No federal or Marine Corps endorsement is implied.
CityFeast - A Success!
On Sunday January 27th, Joslin celebrated its 8th annual CityFeast event. Thanks to everyone came out and helped make it another great time and succesful event! Check out the photos and articles below!
Marblehead High School’s Powder Puff Team Raises $9,151 to Support Pediatric Research!
This week, the senior captains of Marblehead High School’s Powder Puff football team presented Joslin Diabetes Center with a check for $9,151 to support pediatric research. The captains, pictured here, and their team including all the senior girls, were the winners of this traditional football game between Marblehead and Swampscott in November. As the victors, these young women and their coach Jacqueline Bouchard chose to share the proceeds of the game admissions with Joslin Diabetes Center in honor of Meghan Gabel, one of their co-captains. Meghan is an advocate for Type 1 diabetes in her community and an active organizer for Powder Puff and many other school activities.
Congratulations to the Class of 2013 Senior Girls of Marblehead High on their win!
High Hopes Gala- ESPN Monday Night Football package Live Auction Winning Bidders and members of the ESPN Team.
Pictured above (left to right): Andrew McGuire, Suzy Kolber, Bob McGuire, Hall of Famer Steve Young, Jacqueline Wickwire, Joe Wickwire, Michael Wickwire & Cindy Wickwire. "Thank you! We will talk about the evening for a long time and are mindful that hard work continues to combat diabetes. We hope that our contribution provides some help in this endeavor and we look forward to the day when diabetes is just a memory," Joe Wickwire.
Thank you to all our generous supporters for making the 2012 High Hopes Gala a success!