It’s Brain Cancer Awareness Day and we wanted to introduce you to an important Coppermine family member of ours, Beth Fisher!
Beth and Daron Fisher founded Keep Punching in 2013, the last year of Daron’s battle with glioblastoma. The non-profit has earned a reputation as a force in the fight against brain cancer and a source of support to those living with the disease.
Thanks to Beth, Alana, and Emory Fisher, Ellen, Dan, Makenna, Macie, and Tegan Hakim, Gregory Snyder, Governor Larry Hogan, and Senator Johnny Ray Salling of Baltimore County District 6, May 16 of every year is now Maryland Brain Cancer Awareness Day!
The Fishers have extensive ties to the Coppermine community as you can find Beth Fisher working out at Bare Hills and her children have participated in Coppermine gymnastics programs and camps!
In honor of MD Brain Cancer Awareness Day, Keep Punching is hosting its 9th annual Keep Punching 5K and 1 Miler this coming Sunday, May 22 at Goucher College. Coppermine yoga instructor and fitness staff member Kristen Brown will be running the warm-up stretches!
There’s still time to sign up and support this amazing partner of the Coppermine community!
Want to support a Pikesville based non-profit community member? Please join us for the 9th Annual Keep Punching 5K, 1 Miler and Virtual Event. We are excited to announce the race will take place IN PERSON for 2022 at Goucher College Campus in Towson, MD. Proceeds will go towards, Keep Punching, a 100% volunteer-based organization, that supports patients, healthcare providers, and researchers in their fight to prevent and eradicate brain cancer. We look forward to seeing you in May and getting one step closer to knocking out brain cancer.