The Stow/North Canton team, Saving Our Boobs, stopped to snap a photo in Lakewood today
To read more about the Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk for the Cure and about the Stow/North Canton team, Saving Our Boobs, click here. Look for more photos submitted by team captain Jenifer Patton this weekend and look for a story after the event on Stow Patch.
A team of women from Stow and North Canton are participating in the three day walk that begins Friday
The Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure can be a hot, sweaty, grueling, ache-causing 60-mile walk. But it can also be an amazing journey and well worth the effort, say members of a Stow-based team named Saving Our Boobs. Team captain Jenifer Patton and teammates Gretchen Gies, Nancy Rutherford and Sue Kemmerline, all of Stow, and Barbara Tidman of North Canton, will head to Cleveland on this morning to set off on that long journey. Each team member has raised more than $2,500 in donations that will help fund breast cancer research and community programs through the Susan G. Komen Foundation. This is Patton’s second year participating in the three-day event, which she walks in honor of her mother-in-law, two aunts and a cousin — all of whom …