Angie Heidel has spent months training for her most challenging run yet – all for the cause of skin cancer awareness. Heidel, of Tega Cay, will be running in the Boston Marathon April 18 with the Melanoma Foundation of New England, fulfilling a dream while spreading awareness of the deadliest type of skin cancer.
Angie Heidel has spent months training for her most challenging run yet – all for the cause of skin cancer awareness. Heidel, of Tega Cay, will be running in the Boston Marathon April 18 with the Melanoma Foundation of New England, fulfilling a dream while spreading awareness of the deadliest type of skin cancer.

Fort Mill Times

April 11, 2016 12:09 PM

Tega Cay runner takes on Boston Marathon, skin cancer

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