Gloucester (CBS) — On an scarcely beautifully comfortable day in December, hundreds took a thrust during Good Harbor Beach in Gloucester.
Saturday noted a third annual passion thrust in respect of 30-year-old Pete Frates who battles ALS.
“What’s drum yet my mind is abounding fun and gratitude,” Pete’s mom, Nancy Frates said.
Pete is a chairman behind ice bucket challenge, that gained general attention.
“Unfortunately he’s in a after stages of this illness that is terrifying, though he’s is one of a many tough kids we know and he is full of fun has a mother and baby,” Nancy said.
Among a dauntless throng stands one in particular, 35-year-old Kyle Connors. Connors was diagnosed with ALS behind in September, though currently he took a plunge.
“To be here and to see all this is amazing. The support and adore is only assisting me comfortable adult right now,” Connors said.
Those who participated contend they couldn’t asked for a improved day to assistance those battling this intolerable disease.
“We will not rest until we have heal for this disease,” Nancy said.
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