The Ryan Harrington Foundation 5K Race Just One Run In Memory of Sean P. Curtis

Photos by Frank Santangelo 

By William Tauro 

This past Sunday, the Just One Run 5k race started and ended at the Blessing of the Bay Boat House in Somerville and followed the Mystic River over to Medford, through the Mystic River Reservation, and back over the Wellington Bridge to the finish. 

Free shirts were given out to the first 300 registered. There was also a kids fun run the offered refreshments, music and family activities! 
Online registration fees were $30.00 for adults and kids 13 and under were welcome to come and run at no cost, 

The Just One Run 5K Race:
In tackling the complex issue of substance abuse, the Ryan Harrington Foundation keeps their goal simple…JUST ONE. Whether hosting an education forum on addiction to a large crowd of people (which often includes public Narcan training) or simply funding MBTA passes for women living in recovery homes, our hope is always the same: If we can help JUST ONE find and maintain their recovery, we have succeeded. Everything starts with one. The proceeds of the Just One 5K will directly impact the lives of those affected by the disease of the addiction.

The Just One Run was in memory of Sean P. Curtis


Sean had a quick wit, loads of charm, a contagious laugh, and a disarming smile. He was humble, kind hearted, and a loyal friend to all who knew him. He will be greatly missed by all.

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