Race For The Cure
We tend to celebrate Independence Day with more zest and gusto than any other holiday. Here are five particularly unique events going down in Minnesota this year.
On this Mother’s Day, thousands took part in the 23rd annual Twin Cities Race for the Cure at the Southdale Center in Edina. It’s put on every year by the Susan G. Komen Foundation of Minnesota.
Here’s a look at the four things you need to know for May 10, 2015.
Today is the day we celebrate all of the mothers in our lives. And that’s one reason why thousands of people are at Mall of America Sunday morning.
Approximately 50,000 participants spent their Mother’s Day at the Mall of America Sunday morning, to race for a good cause.
Thousands of people are taking part in the 20th annual Susan G. Koman run, fighting breast cancer this beautiful Sunday, at the Mall of America.
A Minnesota man is being called a hero for risking his safety to save dozens of strangers at Sunday’s Race for the Cure.
On Mother’s Day, most people are taking time to show their mothers how much they care. But it can be a difficult day for those who’ve lost their mother.
Thousands of runners, walkers and wheelchair participants will converge at the Mall of America for the Susan G. Komen Twin Cities Race for the Cure.
This year’s Twin Cities Race for the Cure is getting some big-name support.