Everett’s Catherine Lee, whose 20-year-old son Corey died late last year after a drug overdose, ran in a long-distance Ragnar Relay over the weekend. She carried “hearts” with the names of recovering or deceased addicts, and plans to raise awareness of addiction through a nonprofit, Choices for a Change. (Dan Bates/The Herald)

Running for their lives: Mom has mission to educate about addiction

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