Finish Lines!

Chris Doktor and Sarah Doktor, Bright Happy Power’s annual Pan Mass Challenge (PMC) riders, and members of Team Kermit, crossed many finish lines today! Team Kermit had participants on every imaginable route. Our day began and ended in Wellesley. Other … Continue reading →

Bright Happy Power Joins Team Kermit!

Bereaved families combine teams to fund research for cancer prevention and treatment. Bright Happy Power’s annual father-daughter Pan Mass Challenge team Sarah Doktor and Chris Doktor, who have been riding together for six years, now rides with the larger Team … Continue reading →

Tour de Cure Cycling Team Rides Again!

Today four cyclists riding as the Bright Happy Power team joined thousands of others to raise funds and awareness for the diabetes. Too many of our friends — adults and children — live with this disease. We ride for hope … Continue reading →

Gratitude for Athletes and Sponsors!

We are grateful to both Jason Wertz and Dr. William Tan, who raced in April 20th’s Boston Marathon to raise funds and awareness for Bright Happy Power. Dr. William Tan finished the course in 2 hours and 57 minutes and … Continue reading →

Follow Our Marathon Racers

Please hold our two racers in your hearts. Send your strong, resilient thoughts for their spirit and speed over 26.2 miles on Monday, April 20. You may follow elite wheelchair athlete Dr. William Tan (bib number W45) in his comeback … Continue reading →

Two Racers in 2015 Boston Marathon!

Follow Ipswich runner Jason Wertz (bib 7138) on Monday, April 20. Wertz will run again in the Boston Marathon and raise funds for Bright Happy Power (click button to right to donate). He ran last year, too! His run kick-starts … Continue reading →

Comeback Race for Dr. William Tan; Two Marathoners Race for Us This Year!

Our family’s longtime hero, Dr. William Tan, is returning to the world of U.S. wheelchair marathon racing after several years away. Ipswich-based runner Jason Wertz will also be running again on Monday, April 20th! Already a polio survivor, Dr. William … Continue reading →

Dr. William Tan Rolls Again!

In his own words, Dr. William Tan tells us that after being diagnosed with Stage 4 leukemia in April 2009, he was “… told that he has only 9-12 months to live.” He “braved 6 months of chemotherapy and a … Continue reading →