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Run for Hollis

Run for Hollis

When Rawson Livezy’s sister, Hollis, was diagnosed with breast cancer, he made a pledge to run the October 2012 Atlanta half-marathon in her honor. He started a fundraiser for the National Breast Cancer Foundation to get friends and family involved in the run for Hollis.

“I will never forget the feeling I got when I heard the news that my sister had been diagnosed with breast cancer. It is a helpless feeling and one that I wouldn’t wish upon anybody. My younger sister Rebecca and I have grown up having the best big sister anybody could ask for. Hollis is the nicest and most loving person that I know. I couldn’t think of anything I could do for my sister to fix this situation we have been forced to deal with so I decided to commit to running a race in Hollis’ name.” – Rawson Livezy

Inspired by Hollis, Rawson and Rebecca, friends and family joined the fundraiser, even creating bracelets with “Holliboo Is My Hero” and “For K-Peasey” in honor of Hollis.

And Rawson won’t be running alone. The Run for Hollis team will have over 65 runners in the October 2012 Atlanta half-marathon.

Publish Date: August 30, 2012

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