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Personal Challenge

Sean and Amie Vs Everest Base Camp

Sean and Amie Take on Everest Base Camp!

As many of you know, my husband Sean was diagnosed with MS in 2012. After many months of rehab, we were determined to tackle our bucket list items and began hiking. Since 2012 we have successfully summitted Machu Picchu in Peru as well as Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. We have been working with the MS Society, Atlantic Division to spread awareness of MS. Most importantly, we try to spread hope to those that are diagnosed that this is not a life sentence!

In March of 2018, we will be attempting an 18 day hike of Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Ri. We will aim to raise funds for MS Research - every dollar counts, big or small.

Thank-you to all of our friends and family for all of your support and to all of you who wish to donate to help us reach our goal.

Sean & Amie Woodford

 

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