Motorized Madness

A Remote Control Race Car Brings Hope to Pediatric Cancer Patients The Morgan Adams Motorized Madness Media Day Challenge is more than just a remote control car race. It’s a chance for pediatric cancer patients to get out and have a good time with media sponsors from the community. The Catch It In Time team was…
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Race for Research

More than Just Another 5k Music, pancakes, beer, and a 5k to raise funds for local research–what more could you ask for? The Cancer League of Colorado provided this and more at their annual Race for Research, which raises money for the University of Colorado Cancer Center. Join Catch It In Time on race day…
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Dawn Kelsey

Every Day is a Gift “We’re just going to take each day as a step, and know that each day is a gift.” Dawn Kelsey is a mother of three boys with a great sense of humor, a love of fun, and a scary disease. Luckily, she also has a motivated son in Connor–who organized…
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Paul Kalanithi

This Is About Life Lung Cancer, A Fighter, and the Super Bowl Paul Kalanithi, neurosurgeon and never-smoker, was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer in 2013–but he didn’t let that stop him from living his life. In January 2015, he won the Team Draft Lung Cancer Survivors Super Bowl Challenge and brought his wife and young daughter (born…
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Connor LeFebre

Run Cancer Out Of Town Mini Relay for Life Held at Valor High School You are invited to a mini Relay For Life on April 19th at Valor High School in Highlands Ranch, called Run Cancer Out of Town. This event is being put on by a very determined 6th grade boy named Connor LeFebre.…
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Cops Fighting Cancer

Long Blue Line 2014 Crime isn’t the only thing these Colorado police are fighting during the holiday season–they’re also battling to help kids with cancer via the Long Blue Line event and toy drive at Children’s Hospital Colorado. This year, over 30 different state and city and municipal agencies across the front range participated, delivering…
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Paul Millner

Passion for the Sky A Love for Flying Keeps One Pilot Moving Forward Paul Millner is passionate about the Cessna Cardinal airplane–he’s the technical editor for the Cardinal Flyers Online type club, has owned multiple planes over the years, and attended the EAA Oshkosh AirVenture in 2014. But airplanes and pilot’s clubs aren’t the only…
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Patricia Deimer-Steineke

The International Aerobatic Club Patricia Deimer-Steineke manages the International Aerobatic Club–a division of the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) that promotes and enhances the safety and enjoyment of sport aerobatics. Just like the airplanes the club flies, Patricia’s life turned upside down when her late husband Greg received a scary diagnosis.
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Kermit Weeks

Aviation Legend Looking to the Future Kermit Weeks is an accomplished man–aviation legend, author of two children’s books (with the beginning of a series coming soon), founder of the Fantasy of Flight theme park, and owner of one of the world’s largest private collections of flight-worthy historic aircraft. But flying and writing aren’t the only…
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