Thank you!

The Backstreet Boyz Return
The Backstreet Boyz make a return
Believe it or not, they are even better now than they were back at CHS!
The crowd really got into it!
Many rehearsals were required to make these guys as smoother as silk!
Many rehearsals were required to make these guys as smooth as silk!

Brett’s Run/Walk 7 was another amazing day, thanks to all of you for supporting Brett’s Run/Walk and making it special.  While we try our best to get around and personally greet and thank each and every one of you, we know we miss some people and we want to make sure you know how much we appreciate your support.

All of you, including;  participants – (runners and walkers), helpers, workers, donors, sponsors, bidders, servers, cleaners, our starter and the committee members- keep this event important, fun and meaningful.  We are able to raise money for the memorial scholarship fund, and also share stories and memories of Brett.

We will try to get some photos up soon, please come back and check and don’t forget, you can also find us on Facebook: Brett Akio Jensen Memorial Scholarship

Click the link below for the full size poster in PDF format. (Thanks Randy Hughes)
Click the link below for the full size poster in PDF format. (Thanks Randy Hughes)

Download the full size poster (PDF format):  Brett’s Run 7 Poster

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Letter in The Herald

Published: Sunday, April 13, 2014, 1:00 a.m.
UW

Falls need to be taken seriously

We were saddened and angry to read about another student at a University of Washington fraternity  who fell from a third-story window to the alley below and is in critical condition at Harborview Medical Center. How many falls is it going to take before the University of Washington, the Seattle Police Department, and the fraternity administrators and alumni stop turning a blind eye to these tragic, senseless, accidents? The falls you hear about are quickly swept under the rug until the next one happens — and it will. When will there be some adult supervision in the fraternities like the sororities have?
We hate to see another family endure the pain and sorrow of this senseless tragedy. We can only hope and pray that this young student survives and recovers. Unfortunately, our son, Brett, did not.
Don and Jan Jensen
Everett