Taking another step toward a cure

 

The Saratoga Middle/High School SkillsUSA Chapter organized the 2013 Race for the Cure in July, and proceeds from the event support the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation. SkillsUSA Chairman Scott Bokelman, far left, presented a $7,600 check to Maria Medina, Executive Director for the Wyoming Susan G. Komen Foundation Chapter in Cheyenne, Thursday at Platte River Pizza Co. All present were, Back to front, left to right, Alicia Zaragoza, Haley Soles, Heather Oxford, Peyten Fisher, Diana Raymer, Randy Raymer, Scott Bokelman, Cruz Escobedo, Maria Medina, Veronica Lincoln, Shelby McGuire, Candida Odde (Susan G. Komen Missions Manager), and Katie Loose.

Efforts from Saratoga’s 2013 Race for the Cure aided in taking another step forward in finding a cure for cancer last week.

Two representatives from the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation met at Platte River Pizza Co. Thursday to receive a contribution of $7,600, raised and given on behalf of the Saratoga Middle/High School’s SkillsUSA chapter. SkillsUSA helped coordinate Saratoga’s second annual Race for the Cure, which generated part of the money going toward the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation.

The Race for the Cure, which took place at Saratoga Resort and Spa in July,...



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