Monday, September 16, 2013

Kilted Picture, Day Sixteen

So, we're passed the halfway point and headed into the home stretch. This past weekend was our "Hometown Days", and like I've done the past two years, I went kilted:

Not only did I wear my kilt in front of the entire town (including the Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and the PTA), but I walked to the event. One mile down and one mile back, along Main Street (yes, really). In a kilt.

All month long I'll be going about kilted and posting kilted pictures as part of Kilted to Kick Cancer. As we've done in years past, there's a friendly competition running to see who can raise the most money for prostate cancer research. As I did last year, I have a pretty awesome array of prizes – and a challenge to meet my goal! - that can be won as an incentive to donate to the Prostate Cancer Foundation on my behalf. Which you can do here:

As always, thanks to everyone who has or is thinking about donating, and a special thank you to the folks that gave prizes as incentives!

That is all.

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