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Reagan Run


Reagan Run 2014


Check Presentation at the White House


The brothers present a $20,000 check to the Alzheimer's Association in front of the White House in 2012.

The Ronald Reagan Run for Alzheimer's is an event that originated many years ago from the Beta Mu Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon. In the spring of 2004, the brothers decided that it was time to sponsor the run again. The Reagan Run is a relay from Lewisburg, PA to the White House in Washington, DC . The route spans over 180 miles, and each brother takes one or more legs in the run. After many months of planning and training, the first Reagan Run in many years came to a close at the front lawn of the White House on October 25, 2004, and has become a traditional run ever since.

Year --- Total Raised
2004 --- $13,000
2005 --- $19,000
2006 --- $23,300
2007 --- $36,000
2008 --- $39,000
2009 --- $27,000
2010 --- $30,000
2011 --- $23,000
2012 --- $20,000
2014 --- $55,000

In fact, these have been the largest donations from any Tau Kappa Epsilon chapter to the Alzheimer's Association in the nation! In light of its success, the brothers have decided to continue this event as an annual tradition for the Beta Mu Chapter, and are proud to be holding the 10th Run from October 10th -13th. If you are interested in donating to this most worthy cause, please visit our website at http://act.alz.org/goto/ReaganRun. If you have any questions about the run, please contact our Reagan Run Chairs: Matt Koenigsberg (mlk020@bucknell.edu) and Brendan Reim (bsr008@bucknell.edu). Thank you for your support and encouragement.