Video: Pathfinder K-8′s Lou Cutler runs 60 laps for Make-A-Wish

June 7, 2010 at 12:32 pm | In Pigeon Point, West Seattle news, West Seattle schools | 6 Comments

With dozens of students running alongside, that’s Pathfinder K-8 P-E teacher Lou Cutler scoring a strong finish to his annual birthday run this mornin – one lap around the school playfield for each year of his life, raising money for Make-A-Wish Foundation. This is the seventh time Lou’s done this, but a few things were different this year – for one, it’s the first time around the field at Pathfinder’s new Pigeon Point campus; for two, he tacked on an extra lap – 59th birthday, 60 laps. We’ll check later on the fundraising total; you can donate online here.


  1. Yeah Lou! (and all the others that ran with him!)

    Comment by Eric B — 12:52 pm June 7, 2010 #

  2. Congratulations Lou – what a great run!! And a beautiful thing for Make-a-Wish Foundation, too.

    Comment by add — 12:57 pm June 7, 2010 #

  3. Way to go Lou!!!

    Comment by HighPointdogWalker — 1:54 pm June 7, 2010 #

  4. Great job Lou! Happy happy birthday- you are such an inspiration!

    Comment by joey — 3:59 pm June 7, 2010 #

  5. Yes my son Patrick was a part of that , I am so proud of him , he said that he did lots of laps . Friday I took him to Relay for life in Kent my law firm went to the Relay raise $22k . So proud that Patrick took it upon himself to do this too with his school

    Comment by LMA — 11:08 am June 8, 2010 #

  6. Happy Birthday Lou–
    And thank you for giving of yourself to others. I miss working with you!

    Comment by Kathy L. — 8:34 am June 9, 2010 #

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