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The OC Walk to Remember is an annual event that takes place to honor babies that have died due to pregnancy loss and infant death. Parents, and their loved ones and friends, are invited to walk the steps our babies will never take.
Why I Walk
Somerville resident Kelly Rush will be participating in this year’s AIDS Walk. He’s got a pretty interesting personal story.
At 6.2 miles, the AIDS Walk Boston route is not very long compared to other fundraising walks. But for Kelly Rush, it represents a long journey to self-acceptance.
Since he first started walking in 2011, Rush and his team, now called Divas and Devils, have raised more than $21,000 for AIDS Action Committee, making them one of AIDS Walk Boston’s most prolific fundraising groups.
It’s a long way from where he was 15 years ago—or even six years ago.
On July 11, 2001 Rush was taken by ambulance to Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital with a high fever and severe dehydration. He was treated and released that day, but a week later, his worst fear was confirmed:
Wish to be a Superhero
Loma Linda, CA – When Michael was in the hospital, he discovered his superhero powers. The nurses all called him the man of steel. And little by little, he realized that with enough imagination, he could run super-fast and fly – could even smile through chemotherapy and flex his arms after a round of radiation. He wasn’t just Michael, a boy with a daredevil streak and a surgical scar on his belly. He was Flying Michael… the Batman! For Michael, he knew his wish was to become a superhero and save the city.
On his wish day, Michael received a call from the mayor of the city. The city needed help: a villain named CatScan had taken hostages and demanded a $5 million ransom. Michael dutifully heeded the call and went to solve the crime. A city official brought out Michael’s new superhero outfit: Blue boots, a blue cap, a cape and a gray muscle shirt with his Flying Michael Batman logo – FMB – in white letters over a yellow ribbon. And then city leaders presented Michael with his magic shield.