Author Archives: Courtney Pino
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In the United States in the 1940’s through the 1950’s, polio was widespread, crippling over 35,000 people each year. The outbreak caused great panic, leaving parents fearful to let their kids play outside, reducing travel and commerce in high infected areas. … Continue reading
We are very excited to offer some AWESOME raffle prizes at this years run! Some of the prizes will include 2 one week introduction packages to Mesa Rim Climbing Center and apparel from Reno Running Company! Stay tuned for more prizes to … Continue reading
At the Rotary International Convention in Atlanta in June, world leaders were on hand to celebrate a historic $1.2 billion in commitments to finance polio eradication. To read more, click here. Article by Diana Schoberg on 10-Nov-2017
Click here to listen to our run chair, Courtney Pino talk with Ross Mitchell on KOH, News Talk 780 about this years Polio Purple Pinkie Trail Run! Register now before the price goes up this Saturday, April 1st!
Don’t miss Reno’s Biggest Little Half Marathon/10K/5K on Saturday, March 25th under the historic Reno arch! To find out more and to register, click here!
We are close to eradicating a human disease for only the second time in history. A global public-private partnership has reduced the poliovirus caseload by 99.9% over the last 30 years, but there’s still plenty of work to do. To … Continue reading
Rotary announced $35 million in grants to support the global effort to end polio, bringing the humanitarian service organization’s contribution to $140 million since January 2016. To read more, click here. Article by Rotary.org on 17-Jan-2017
Some Nevadans might be wondering if it’s too late in the year to get a flu vaccine. The short answer is “no,” as Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends that flu vaccination efforts continue throughout the flu season. To read … Continue reading