The boy bright and early.
There were no mentions of cures. No controversies. No angry words. There were hundreds of kids, though, and around 2500 participants in all. It didn't feel crowded or overwhelming, but maybe that's because it was such a lovely crowd of welcoming people.
Students beginning to gather by the banner.
My Lily cut the ribbon, though few saw it since we were surrounded by people, although most of the Cisco College team got to see it, and we were the first to start the walk.
The first try was interesting, but then she got it.
It was a lovely day. My dad was there, as was my baby brother and his daughter. Dad took the girls home with them, since two hours at the walk was about all they could handle. My son stayed with me, volunteering until a little after 12, when Rick finished his volunteering, and then they took off to get lunch. I stayed until one and almost all was taken care of; some of my students were there the entire day, as well. What a phenomenal bunch of people!
Papa, Uncle, and cousin leave with the girlies.
And to my students, my dad's students, and to Terra's students who volunteered their time and effort: thank you!