Archived posts – a holding category for Joy to be gone though
by Joy Olaes Surprenant Catching Joy was pleased to support Lowell is Boston Strong, a 5K run/walk held Sunday, June 23, 2013, in Lowell, MA. Sponsored by Trinity EMS, Inc., an ambulance and rescue transportation service company, the
Mile 9! Catching Joy supports the 20th Angino Memorial Road Race and Family Field Day to benefit the One Fund Boston and the West Suburban YMCA! Finish strong!
by Joy Olaes Surprenant It was a sunny day, Saturday, June 22, 2013, for the 20th Angino Memorial Road Race and Family Field Day. The event raised money for The One Fund Boston and the West Suburban YMCA
by Joy Olaes Surprenant Who could resist eating cupcakes for a good cause? Not me! Not Catching Joy! On Wednesday, May 29, 2013, for Mile 8 of the Catching Joy Marathon, Catching Joy kids and families gathered at Treat
by Joy Olaes Surprenant Rain couldn’t stop us. Fear couldn’t stop us. Wild horses couldn’t stop us. We grabbed them by the reins, and tamed them. On Saturday, May 25, 2013, thousands of runners and supporters participated in the
Mile 6! Boston Children’s Chorus and Catching Joy blend together to offer peace and harmony. Sing strong, sing together, sing joy!
by Joy Olaes Surprenant During the rehearsal for the Boston Childrens Chorus (BCC) Finale, May 18, troche 2013, at the Strand Theater in Dorchester, MA, Catching Joy hosted an activity table to give the BCC families an opportunity to
by Joy Olaes Surprenant At the Blue Bunny in Dedham Square, Catching Joy finds a place that feels like home. Several years ago, the first day that I walked into the store and met some of the people working
Mile 4! One Family Music Festival raises $23,000 for One Fund Boston! And the joy goes round and round!
by Joy Olaes Surprenant We sang, we danced, generic we rocked, and we brought the house down! The One Family Music Festival, held May 12, 2013, at the Boston Conference and Exchange Center drew in a crowd of
by Joy Olaes Surprenant My Mothers day started with coffee and breakfast set on the table by my husband, Michael, and son, Maxwell. Breakfast is always sweeter when somebody prepares it for you. Together we said Grace, and
by Joy Olaes Surprenant I saw a man standing in front of the John Kelley Statue in Newton. His head was hung low, and he was sobbing. I felt so sad for him. I talked to Maxwell about it