On June 13, the Grosse Pointe News ran a very nice article, "Fundraiser Ñ G2G4G Ñ will honor father's life," about my daughter's, MegCarolyn Maghielse Remesz, planned 262-mile walk from our home in Grosse Pointe to our cottage on Otsego Lake in Gaylord.
The walk was in honor of her father, George Maghielse, with hope to raise funds for the University of Michigan Brain Tumor Research and Hospices of Henry Ford, Bon Secours/Cottage team.
I would like to tell you all that the walk was a huge success. Meg completed it exactly on schedule, most of it in 90-degree heat. She found it to be a wondrous journey as she was accompanied for a day or portion of a day by friends, family, fellow teachers and students.
Meg met dear, delightful people all along the route and now truly appreciates the state of Michigan. U-M Brain Tumor Research and Hospices of Henry Ford are thrilled with the donations they have received for the walk.
Thank you and the community for your great support for her.