Buckeye Drugs in Lebanon recently presented a $3,000 check to the Sherry’s Run organization as part of their sponsorship for the Sherry’s Run 5K Run/Walk.
While this year’s Sherry’s Run 5K Run/Walk looked different since it was a virtual event, it was still an amazing day with individuals, families and teams across the county, state and country showing support for families battling cancer.
People from across Wilson County showed up in a big way for Mardi Gras at the Capitol to benefit the Sherry’s Run organization.
The Sherry’s Run Executive Board is excited to announce Julie Miller-Wilson and Sarah Haston are the official chairs for the 5th annual Mardi Gras at the Capitol to benefit Sherry’s Run to be held Friday, February 7, 2020.
Trayce Sackman has always been one to help others. She’s spent 18 years at Watertown High School both in the classroom teaching special education students and working in the attendance office. She’s volunteered at church, in the community and brought her Girl Scout troop to volunteer at the Sherry’s Run 5K for three years. When her family started participating in the Sherry’s Run 5K in 2010, they were on a team for a friend who had cancer. Trayce never imagined that one day people would have a team for her and would be supporting her through her own cancer journey.
Faith and family. These have been the cornerstones of Denise Seay’s life—and even more so during her battle with cancer.