Keep the Pace, win the race
BATON ROUGE - Ann Pace visited 2une In Friday to talk about the Keep the Pace Race.
Ann is the mother of LSU graduate student Charlotte Murray Pace who was murdered by serial killer Derrick Todd Lee in 2002. The Keep the Pace Race is held each year in her memory.
"One of the great things about this race is that it gives Murray the chance to be present and gives her time she was denied," her mother explained.
All proceeds from the Keep the Pace Race benefit the Charlotte Murray Pace MBA Scholarship Fund. The race is at LSU on Friday night. The good news is, it is not too late to sign-up.
Registration starts at 5:15 p.m. and the race begins at 6:00 p.m. at LSU's Business Education Complex.
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