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Too Much Fun Run Raises $3,000

Too Much Fun Run


In March 2014, Bert Musick of Richmond died after a brief illness, leaving behind his wife, Katie, and two children. In his obituary, the family asked that in lieu of flowers that memorial donations be made to Comfort Zone Camp. 


The family also made an immediate connection to Comfort Zone this past summer as Bert and Katie's daughter, A.V., attended camp. 


As the first year anniversary of Bert's death approached, the family wanted to do something in his memory and continue to give back to Comfort Zone. With the help of friends in the community, they came up with the idea of a fun run, dubbing it the "Too Much Fun Run."


"The name of the event came from a joke that Bert used to tell the children when they were playing," Katie said. "He'd always say 'I want you to have too much fun!'" 


With perfect weather in place in March, about 200 children came out to the "Too Much Fun Run" at a local track, raising $3,000 for Comfort Zone. 


"Comfort Zone Camp made such an immediate and positive impact on my grieving daughter that we wanted to give back to the organization. The 'Too Much Fun Run' was a perfect way to honor Bert and all of the very special people at CZC," Katie said.


Check out highlights from the event below! 



Too Much Fun Run




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