Posted on:
07/08/2015

It takes a lot to do a triathlon, and it takes even more to do a charity triathlon with the additional fundraising requirements. That's why we are so proud of the women in the Tri for a Cure, and the amazing commitment they demonstrate.

Here's a couple of quick facts about cancer in Maine that help to highlight the importance of Tri-ing harder!

1. Maine has the highest cancer rates in New England.

Posted on:
07/02/2015

Race Director Julie Marchese recently sat down to talk about the origin of the Tri for a Cure and her motivation for beginning this wonderful event.

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Posted on:
06/27/2015

Above: Maine Cancer Foundation Board President David Mitchell joined supporters from the Cancer Community Center on Saturday at Hadlock Field to receive a $20,000 donation presented by the Portland Seadogs and Intermed.

Posted on:
06/26/2015

A few of our favorite fundraisers, Maddie, Jack and Marshall decided to open a lemonade stand while their mom was at work, to help support her in the Tri for a Cure

These young entrepreneurs raked in a cool $183.11. Awesome! Thank you!

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