Jean and Pete Memorial Event
April 1st- May 17th
Online Virtual Fitness Event!
Safety of your own home.
Register: Use the link below to register or visit our Facebook Page
All ages- SUPER Kid and Family Friendly
Work at your own pace your very own way! Record your "miles" and share them to firstname.lastname@example.org every Sunday!
$10 per person or $25 for a family of 3 or more.
Ways to earn miles:
run, walk, trails, kayak, swim, base running, nerf tag, hide and seek, spin class, treadmill workouts, tumbling, gymnastics, other virtual workouts, dance, football, tag, volleyball, basketball, wrestling... and the list could go on!
Questioning your activity? Just shoot us a message and we would be happy to help!
Most miles, creativity, and consistency
One mile of any distance = 1 mile
Intense workout stimulating your heart rate- 15 minutes = 1 mile
Lighter workouts or play- 30 minutes = 1 mile
Peter Onofre succumbed to lung cancer on April 16, 1990. He was 47. He left behind his loving wife, Jean, and their three children: Mark (12), David (9), and Maryellen (5). Nineteen years later, Jean passed away from breast cancer on April 24, 2009. Cancer affects millions of people every year and this family is determined to join in the fight against cancer so that other families may be spared the heartache that they have become all too familiar with.
All donations and proceeds are split between the local Nancy Quatrini Fund, American Lung Association, and National Breast Cancer Foundation
This event’s mission is to help those within our community get the care that they might otherwise not be able to afford, as well as contribute to the research devoted to curing various types of cancer. Cancer is not picky; it affects EVERYONE no matter age, race, or religion. This event is meant to raise funds to fight cancer and bring a community together.
This is something that the Onofre family would like to turn into an annual event. Each year, they would like to support and honor the victims and survivors of various cancers.
April 1-May 17
Jean and Pete loved nothing more in this world than their family. That is why we have set out to make this event about family. We have tried to offer opportunities for all ages!!
This year, there are many circumstances that are hindering our "in person" event, so hopefully this year by going virtual, we can connect with family, friends from all around! And hopefully maybe meet some new people as well!
We understand that cancer impacts everyone and we want to give back to help fight the fight.
Check out some pics from our past years!
If you have any questions or inquiries, please feel free to contact us.
We are always looking for ways to help our community and improve our event. Please feel free to reach out and help us grow!
Questions and/or interest in donating to the event, please reach out to us!