9/11 Tribute Run

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Run 9.11 Miles In Their Memory

To pay tribute to the victims of 9/11, Foundation volunteers joined Jim Partridge for his 4th annual 9/11 Tribute Run in the city of Rancho Cucamonga.

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Jim, an avid runner, professional fitness coach, and patriot started organizing the 9/11 Tribute Run 4 years ago to memorialize the sacrifices made by the victims of September 11th. And he hasn’t stopped since. As time passes, Jim feels that many of us are beginning to forget what happened on that fateful day. He endeavors to raise awareness, pay tribute and honor those who died 16 years ago.

Runners ran 9.11 miles through the city of Rancho Cucamonga on the Pacific Electric Trail and ended with a starlight prayer vigil at the Vietnam War Memorial in front of Alta Loma High School.

Below are a few photos from the tribute.

Learn more about organizer Jim Patridge, here.

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