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TIAA volunteers at the 9-11 Heroes Run

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9-11 Heroes Run event, September, 2019

Our TIAA volunteers performed pre-event tasks for the 9/11 Heroes Run which honors the sacrifices of those heroes from September 11th and the wars since, including veterans, active duty personnel, first responders, and families of the fallen. We performed pre-event tasks, such as packet stuffing, and assembled emergency response bags relating to emergency preparedness for the Dallas County Medical Reserve Corps (MRC).  The 311 bags we assembled were handed out to those that ran the 5K run or the 1M fun run/walk this year.

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