Registry for the race can be done on the TK’s 10k website, here. The race will take place virtually this year, with plans for an in-person gathering next year.
The race was started by Kenney’s daughters, Meaghann Kenney and Lauren Kenney Lynn, who saw the need that the community had for adequate instruction for emergency workers. Kenney passed away from cancer a couple of years ago after retiring from the fire department, though he planned on continuing work sharing his wisdom and experience with other first responders as an instructor.
Their partnership with the Sean M. Gannon Memorial Fund will allow them to honor both Gannon and Kenney by raising money for a cause they were both passionate about. The 10K was started to memorialize Hyannis Fire Department Captain Thomas “TK” Kenney.
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