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John Hancock employees share the moments that will lead them to Hopkinton on Marathon Monday.
Having cheered runners on from the Wellesley Scream Tunnel throughout her four years in college, Meghan Peterson is looking forward to reaching mile 13 on Marathon Monday and the moment when she sees her sister, Courtney whom she is running for.
The 26.2 miles of the Boston Marathon are marked by inspiring moments from days gone by, paving the way for all of those yet to come.
Prioritize your safety when planning the next long run.
“You snooze, you lose,” goes the old saying, but when you don’t get enough sleep, nobody wins. We get more irritable, stressed and are more prone to getting sick.
Kids need exercise. That’s probably not news to you – recent studies out of the U.S., Europe and Asia have shown that childhood obesity is on the rise. But when TVs and tablets beckon, how do we get kids moving?
We had the chance to interview Michael Sloyer, 2003 contest winner, and see what he’s been up to since writing his winning essay twelve years ago.
Now in its eighth year, John Hancock’s MLK Summer Scholars program annually provides more than 600 Boston teens with meaningful work experience at non-profit organizations throughout the city.