Race to Remember 2010 Raises $10,000 for National Law Enforcement Museum

On Monday, Memorial Fund Chairman & CEO Craig Floyd was presented with a $10,000 check by the Metropolitan Police Department of Washington, DC. The funds were raised at the 3rd Annual 2010 Race to Remember, held four months prior on Sunday, October 17, 2010.

Nearly 700 runners gathered at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial to race around the nation’s capital, showing their support for law enforcement officers by raising awareness and funds for the Memorial.

Chief Cathy Lanier thanked Memorial Fund staffers Mary Brown and Anne Kringen for their efforts in putting together the race, along with Assistant Chief Pat Burke and Officer Greg Alemian from MPD, and Marcello Muzzatti, President of the DC FOP Lodge #1.

After three years, the Race to Remember has raised over $30,000 to help build the National Law Enforcement Museum.

The Memorial Fund would like to thank each and every Race to Remember participant, all of our generous sponsors and supporters, the DC FOP Lodge #1, and the Metropolitan Police Department of Washington, DC for their continued efforts in honoring America’s peace officers.