William Chan completes 100.22 miles and 9,000 points through Kilter on May 9, 2021.


American Legion 100 Miles for Hope 2021 completion

Hampton, VA

On May 9, William Chan completed the 100 miles in the 2021 American Legion 100 Miles For Hope fundraiser!

The Department of Virginia 3rd District historian, Braxton-Perkins Post 25 second vice commander/judge advocate, Unit 25 treasurer and Squadron 25 member did 100..22 miles and 9,000 points through Kilter from April 1-May 9, 2021. The workouts executed were weight-training, running with an elliptical machine, jogging, walking, an exercise video through Exchange (AAFES), and a little manual labor at the post. These workouts were done at Langley Air Force Base (Joint Base Langley-Eustis), Buckroe Beach, Luther W. Machen Elementary School and American Legion Braxton-Perkins Post 25.

Even though the goal of 100 miles is done for 2021, there are still items to be completed. The next goal is to match the 2020 goal of 200.19 miles. Following the matching of the 2020 goal, the idea of surpassing it will be on deck.

I hope that you have a wonderful workout and continued success with the 2021 challenge!

William Chan with an American Legion 100 Miles for Hope fundraiser certificate on May 9, 2021.

William Chan’s 100 Miles for Hope fundraiser certificate.
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