ROCKIN' FOR RECOVERY 5K
Join us for Windsor’s 3rd annual Rockin’ For Recovery 5k at Boardwalk Park on Windsor Lake on Saturday, June 6, 2020 from 8-10 am. This year’s race will benefit the National Brain Tumor Society and the Moody-Steyer family that is currently fighting a brain cancer diagnosis of loving father and husband Todd Steyer.
Help us assist a local family battling brain cancer, as well as raise awareness and support the National Brain Tumor Society’s research and advocacy efforts.
RACE, JOG, WALK, SKIP
Everyone is welcome, whether you want to go for a PR or skip around the lake in costume! We'll also have post-race yoga in the park and a 1-mile fun run for kids ages 2-12.
FOOD & ENTERTAINMENT
Join us for a fun morning for the whole family, including a beer garden, food, music, vendor booths, silent auction, bounce house, popcorn, sno-cones, cotton candy & more!
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
Contact us today to learn more about our sponsorship packages, donating to the silent auction or volunteer opportunities on race day. We'd love your support!
KNOW THE WARNING SIGNS
This cause is close to our hearts. In addition to the diagnosis of Todd Steyer, whose wife Jennifer Moody is a member of the #BFFCommunity, we lost a dear member of our fitness family, Cassie Keen, to brain cancer last year. Both families wish to raise awareness and educate the public on the warning signs of brain tumors so we can all be advocates for our own health and for those we love.
STORIES OF COURAGE
Both the Moody-Steyer family and Cassie Keen's family have chosen to share their stories with the public in an effort to help raise awareness about a disease that is impacting people right here in our Northern Colorado community.
Todd, Jennifer & Baby Emmy
The battle for the Moody-Steyer family began in the Spring of 2019 when Todd began having what he described as “panic attacks.” It wasn’t until October that he was finally diagnosed with a brain tumor. Todd is now in the middle of his chemotherapy treatments. He has maintained a positive attitude the entire time and is an inspiration to everyone he meets. The family is so grateful for the outpouring of love and support of the community in their time of need. They have opened up to tell their story, as the symptoms from brain tumors are often things that are overlooked. They want more people to be aware of them to know when to seek help from a medical professional, and when to advocate for your own health. Read Todd’s story >>
Cassie Caye Keen
Beloved BFF Member
Cassie was a dedicated member of the Brickhouse Functional Fitness, a lover of the great outdoors, youth volleyball coach and a logistics manager for JBS Corporate in Greeley. She was tragically diagnosed with a brain tumor in May of 2018. She underwent surgery to remove the tumor however the diagnosis became worse when they found that it was indeed malignant, and classified as a Glioblastoma. She battled that tumor with radiation and chemotherapy for over a year, but the tumor continued to grow and took Cassie from us in July 2019. Her family has no doubts that Cassie’s community helped her during her last days. She may be gone, but the community that surrounded her and encouraged her to be that happy and enchanting person is still as strong as ever. Read Cassie’s story >>