There are many things that have come out of the pandemic that I really do like.  It's the "I have to find the silver lining in everything" part of me.  One of those things is the ability for everyone to participate in supporting a good cause even if they are not able to join in person.  Such is the case with the Cisco Brewers Portsmouth Memorial Day 5K.

On Sunday, May 23 - Sunday May 30th, you can run the 5K to support the Kremples Center in Portsmouth.  If you don't know about the Kremples Center, they are a non-profit organization for the benefit of those living with brain injury.  Here's more about them from their website:

In partnership with universities and community volunteers, we offer programs that engage our members in meaningful and productive experiences and provide ongoing support and resources to survivors and their families.

Full disclosure:  I am getting the word out about this event for a very good friend of mine who is the survivor of a brain injury.  He is one of the strongest people that I know and to see what he struggles with today and every day is heartbreaking.  He is a 20 year Military Veteran and just all around great guy.  I hate to see him suffer, so if the Kremples Center can help people like my friend, than I would very much like to support this great cause.

If you can, please consider participating in this event virtually.  Just click here to register.  It will make you feel so good!

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