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A Reluctant Runner Explains Why He Runs
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July 17th, 2012 | (0)

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Pete Jewett is a devoted, determined and long-time member of OAR’s RUN FOR AUTISM team, having run in more than 15 events for ...


Meet Our Father and Son Ambassadors for OAR
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January 10th, 2012 | (0)

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Soon after the Marine Corps Marathon and 10K, OAR Executive Director Mike Maloney received this e-mail from Maureen L. who was walking the 10K: “Sometime along the course in the Crystal ...


It Takes a Village to Keep Up with the Schneiders
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November 16th, 2011 | (0)

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Alex (Alie) and Jamie Schneider are identical twins, 21 years old and severely autistic. Neither one of them communicates verbally with the exception ...


Why I RUN FOR AUTISM: Heather Easley's Can-Do Spirit
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September 14th, 2011 | (0)

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 Heather Easley is not a career marathon runner. She’s not a professional fundraiser. But she is determined, creative, and connected to a generous group of neighbors, friends, and family, in ...


Why I RUN FOR AUTISM: I Run for Tom
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August 17th, 2011 | (0)

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Jill Crossman is a member of the RUN FOR AUTISM team and the mother of a son with autism. After running the Detroit Marathon, she signed up to run the ...


Cleveland JROTC Team Runs for Autism
Organization for Autism Research

It’s amazing that a group of 10 teenagers, ranging in age from 15 to 18, agreed to get up very early on a ...


Why I Run: It Only Takes One Reason
Organization for Autism Research

“My brother’s name is Henry. He’s 18. We are very close. He’s lots of fun to spend time with because he is so child-like. He’s very inquisitive, witty, and possesses ...