Blue Trailer Lockers!

New this year: participants will not be allowed to store personal belongings inside the post.  In order to accommodate this change, Blue Trailer Lockers will be present at M.O.M.’s Run!

Blue Trailer Mobile Locker Rentals
Safely store and easily access your stuff with Blue Trailer’s new mobile locker service! Their affordable lockers rentals come in two sizes, small ($5, 6”x6”x9”) or large ($10, 12”x12”x12”). Blue Trailer is fully staffed and conveniently parked near the start line for you! Rent online in advance and save 20%, or onsite with cash or credit: www.bluetrailerlockers.com.

Pre-Race Pickup!

Hi M.O.M.’s Runners!

We hope you’re as excited as we are for Mother’s Day. We have record numbers for our race this year and can’t wait to see you all out there!

We hope you’ll be able to make it to our pre-race pickups. If not, we’ll see you in the morning on Sunday, May 11th!

  • Friday, May 9th 4:30-7:30
  • Saturday, May 10th 10:00-2:00

Cheers,
The Pilotte Family & Friends

Mark Your Calendars!

Happy New Years!  We here at M.O.M.’s Run hope that you have had a merry holiday season, and that you are off to a bright new 2014.

Make sure you mark your calendars! M.O.M.’s Run is coming back for round 12 on Mother’s Day, May 11, 2014.  We’ve already set up registration — go ahead and sign up now!  Set yourself up with a training plan and guarantee that you get that tank top.

We can’t wait to see you in May and, as always, bring your mom!

Press Release

M.O.M.’s Run 5k Run/Walk for Cancer Dedicates This Year’s Race In Memory of Sean Collier

Annual family-organized race in Somerville remembers fallen MIT/Somerville Police Officer this Sunday, May 12th

Somerville, MA (May 10th, 2013) – The 11th Annual M.O.M.’s Run 5k Run/Walk for Cancer will take place this Sunday, May 12th and will be dedicated in memory of Officer Sean Collier.

The Pilotte family, organizers behind M.O.M.’s Run, received the Collier family’s
approval and gratitude for their plans to remember Sean at this year’s event. Sean,
was a Somerville resident, and a longtime volunteer to the race as a member of the Somerville Auxiliary Police.

Plans to remember Sean include: a moment of silence before the start of the race,
in addition to a few words spoken about the tragedy at this year’s Boston Marathon and the ensuing events, a member of Cambridge Police Department (Cambridge, MA) will sing the National Anthem, the Somerville Police Department will have an honor guard in attendance, and Sean’s badge number will be honored. Members of the Collier family and their friends will also participate in the race.

M.O.M.’s Run began in 2003 after the matriarch of the Pilotte family, Mary Pilotte
O’Brien, lost her brief battle to lung cancer in November of 2002. Each year since
then, the race has taken place on Mother’s Day with all proceeds benefiting the
Claudia Adams Barr Program with Dana Farber Cancer Research.

This year’s race has almost 450 pre-registered participants and looks to be the
biggest event yet for the Pilotte family.

“We are very excited for Sunday,” says co-race director and 2013 Boston Marathon participant Micho Pilotte. “It is a great cause and we are honoring a fallen hero, as well as his family, who have kept strong in the face of the tragedy that shook our entire city. This is our way of saying thank you to Sean and his loved ones, who helped make him the man he was.”

The race starts and finishes at the George Dilboy VFW Post 529, 371 Summer St,
Somerville, MA. Race registration is $30 day of and will open at 8 a.m. that morning. Local businesses have donated food and beverages for post race, as well as gift certificates and items for the event’s raffle. “Boston Strong” t-shirts will also be available for $20.

For more information visit the M.O.M.’s Run website http://momsrun.org .
Twitter: @MOMsRun Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/momsrun

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In Memory of Sean Collier

We here at M.O.M.’s Run would like to honor and dedicate our 2013 race to Officer Sean Collier.  He  was a Somerville resident, former Somerville Auxiliary police officer, and a M.O.M.’s Run volunteer.  Sean’s sister will be running in his memory this year, donning race number 179, his badge number.  We are proud to have had his support and participation in our effort to fight cancer.  We will always remember Sean and be thankful to him for the service he has given our city.

Welcome to the new momsrun.org

Thank you for visiting the new and improved M.O.M.’s Run website! Please be sure to check back as May 12th draws closer for updated race and sponsor information. We can’t wait to see you on Mother’s Day!