The Wisconsin 9/11 Memorial & Education Center

Rettler Run raises $7,266 for the Memorial

The temperature was below freezing on Friday, Dec. 31, but that didn’t stop people from participating in the Rettler Run to benefit the Wisconsin 9/11 Memorial and Education Center in Kewaskum.

The 5K run/walk was headed up by Pete Rettler, the dean of Moraine Park Technical College’s West Bend Campus, who has not missed a single day of running since making a New Year’s bet with a friend in 1993. Since then, Rettler has averaged running about 2.5 miles each day.

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