Drivers can 'Give a Beep about Sarcoma

Published: Thursday, December 26, 2013 at 07:27 PM.

“She deserves it. She fought for us, really,” he said.

He has joined with the Sarcoma Foundation of America to spread the word in part by wearing a “Cindy’s Rainbow” T-shirt every time he runs through the streets of Havelock.

The blue shirt with a brilliant rainbow across the chest encourages drivers who see him running to “Give a Beep about Sarcoma.” He usually runs around 4 p.m. and can be seen just off East Main Street between Bojangles and the Kangaroo store.

Sills is selling the shirts to raise money for a team of sarcoma specialists working on research.

The shirts are $20 locally and $25 if they need to be shipped elsewhere. Havelock-area purchasers can get their shirts delivered by Sills personally.

Sills also wants to promote an April 12 sarcoma awareness event and will be selling tickets for the barbecue dinner that night.

Sills said he was grateful for all the support he has received, as well as support from the Havelock police and fire departments at the time of his wife’s death as well as at her funeral.

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