The City That Never Sleeps…Never Quits!
It starts at 7:30 am (CST) with wheelchair division to 9:40 am (CST) last wave of runners.
There is much controversy surrounding this years race in the wake of “Sandy.”
Stretching resources, shifting focus away from those in need or providing boost in revenue to small business owners – $340 million, something positive epitomizing New Yorker’s spirit, tenacity, vitality and determination.
Where do you stand…agree or disagree that race should go on. Also, leave a comment if you have something to say about it.
I may be in New York for the More Half Marathon (April 2013). Love NYC! Prayers to all who were in Sandy’s path of destruction. Please pitch in to help with recovery efforts in addition to prayers please consider a donation or volunteering or both.
Apple’s music store is facilitating donations to the foundation, and thankfully 100 percent of contributions go directly to the Red Cross. You can donate anywhere from $5 to $200 via iTunes, but Apple warns that it “may not qualify for any tax deduction or other tax benefits.” Of course, you can always donate directly at the American Red Cross’ website, and you can volunteer with the foundation, the New York City government, with New Jersey’s state government, and elsewhere.