The event, which will take place Saturday, reaches a special milestone of 10 years of fighting because he says that’s what he is doing in his battle against paralysis.READ MORE: Harrison School District Taking Action To Bring All Students Back Into Classrooms Full Time In Coming Weeks
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the event will be done virtually with participants hitting their neighborhood tracks or trails to complete the distance.READ MORE: Blackface Costume Controversy Hits N.J. Town Of Lakewood
“Get out there with your family, get out there with some friends and be able to walk for a great cause,” LeGrand told CBS2’s Otis Livingston.
LeGrand says he wants people to post a picture of themselves and their watch when they complete the distance, then post it on social media.MORE NEWS: Long Island Community Comes Together To Help Beloved Ceramics Shop Facing $87,000 Lawsuit From Landlord
For more on the event, visit christopherreeve.org/awtb.