Tri My Best: Serving our Neighbors on May 5

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Shriner’s Children’s Hospital and WSPA

Each quarter, COR3 selects a philanthropy to support—either with a donation, volunteer activity, or advocacy. This quarter, we are participating in a fundraising event called Tri My Best on May 5. 

Tri My Best is a swim/bike/run event for children ages 4 to 22 with developmental disabilities including Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, global delays, and any other developmental challenge. All abilities are welcome, including those that may require the use of flotation devices, adapted bikes, walkers, power wheelchairs, and other assistive devices. The athletes are paired with volunteers to encourage, assist, and ensure safety. 

Our own Terri Doiron is volunteering as a race buddy with Micah Smith’s son, Aeden, for the event. We cannot wait to cheer Terri and Aeden on!

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