Photo: Laila Ramirez Tlatelpa of Team Somerville weathered the storm and walked the walk for Boston Making Strides.
By William Tauro
Thousands joined the Boston Making Strides Annual Walk Against Breast Cancer walk in Boston on this rainy Sunday and helped put an end to breast cancer!
At the Boston Making Strides event, participants were able to honor breast cancer survivors, remember those we have lost, raise breast cancer awareness, and support breast cancer fundraising.
Their efforts didn’t only go towards helping save the lives of others but will also have a positive impact on their own lives.
Whether they were a breast cancer survivor or one of their friends or loved ones who has been diagnosed with breast cancer, their life has likely been affected by this common disease.
Because of so many, good people like Laila Ramirez Tlatelpa of Somerville who signed up and walked today became part of the progress that they made together to save lives and put an end to breast cancer by participating in the Boston Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk today.
Participants were sure moved by this annual breast cancer walk knowing that every step that they took was making a difference.
So thanks to all the walkers who signed up for a Boston Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event today that help Boston Strides finish the fight against breast cancer!