Denver Strides for Epilepsy 5K Run/Walks

The Louisville fire dept brought a true sense of caring and community to this event.

The Louisville fire dept brought a true sense of caring and community to this event. They became involved because they have a special friend – 5 yr old Charlotte Keating. The Louisville Fire Dept has made countless trips to the Keating home in response to her epileptic seizures. The entire Louisville fire organized their own team. Donned with buttons they made from a picture of Charlotte wearing a fireman’s helmet, and chanting “We run for epilepsy, we run for Charlotte”, they inspired many, and brought a few tears.

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