We love to talk about sports, about our favorite teams and share our thoughts and engage with our listeners.
For many of us myself included, sports can provide a welcome respite from the daily grind and stress in our lives.
And sometime in the world of sports, there are larger stories that need to be shared. Stories that ache to be told.
Last week we had the privilege to talk with Peach Pagano and hear a story of hope and inspiration about her brother Chuck Pagano.
Chuck was diagnosed in September, 2012 with a form of Leukemia and we watched an amazing story unfold. Many of his players shaved their heads in solidarity with their coach. Several of the Indianapolis Colts cheerleaders did the same.
The team rallied around their coach and the Colts engineered a Hollywood feel good story as they battled back from a 2-14 season the year before to make the playoffs.
Peach is running for Woman of the Year for the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in honor of her brother and the local girl of the year.
Peach’s campaign has reached the two minute warning, but there is still time to make a donation to her campaign and help her in her mission to raise awareness and money to fund life saving research for blood cancer patients in Colorado.
Inspired by Coach Chuck Pagano’s courageous battle, we are dedicated to doing what we can to help the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Please consider making a donation today in support of the Pagano family by clicking here.
As Peyton Manning likes to say, “Hurry Hurry!”