300 Mile Autumn – Hike for Duchenne VI, Brooklyn Bridge

By | October 14, 2020

Thank you so much for coming out this past Saturday, 10/10/20) to the Brooklyn Bridge. 16 of us hiked from Dumbo Brooklyn over to Seaport Manhattan and back. We raised $552 for The Everett and Austin Project to take care of people going through Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and Other Rare Diseases in Developing Countries!

Thank you!!

4 thoughts on “300 Mile Autumn – Hike for Duchenne VI, Brooklyn Bridge

  1. Joshua

    What an amazing way to hike and create more awareness. Hike for Duchene

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    1. Tim Gillen Post author

      Hello Josh! Yes we are doing our part on this side. And you guys are doing your part over there in Africa. Did you see my recent blog with pictures of you guys over there? Hike for Duchenne VI Africa!

      Thank you for all you are doing for this project. It is a pleasure working with you bro! 😀

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    1. Tim Gillen Post author

      Hi Valerie!!

      Wow so nice to hear from you. What a pleasure it was meeting you and getting to know you a little bit. Praise the Lord!!! And I thank Him for your thoughtful and generous heart. I love your enthusiasm and smile. What a joy working with you and I look forward to many more years working together for His glory. Much love and appreciation to you.

      Please add me on Facebook ok? Here is my Facebook profile…

      https://facebook.com/timtexgillen

      If you haven’t added Celia yet, please add her also and the other 4 core members of The Everett and Austin Project too, ok? And that goes for anyone else reading this right now too. Please add me and the others as friends on Facebook!!

      Celia – https://www.facebook.com/cel.pompey.9
      Paul Collins – https://www.facebook.com/paulcollins.dejackson
      Josh Kasaija – https://www.facebook.com/josh.jillusion
      Lota Macaspac – https://www.facebook.com/lotahowardmacaspac
      Randy Gasser – https://www.facebook.com/randygasser1

      Have a great weekend!!!
      Tim

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