Sports Illustrated en Attention all skaters - your logged miles are needed for Vivian White's cause: her son Brian Bales. Please HELP! <p> A recent Sports Illustrated piece &quot;Going the Distance&quot; showcased the touching story of Vivian White and her son Brian Bales.  </p> <p> Please take a moment to read the short article: </p> <p>  <a href=""></a> </p> <h3 class="location-locations-header">Location</h3> <div class="location-locations-wrapper"> <div class="location vcard"> <div class="adr"> <span class="locality">Charleston</span>, <span class="region">Illinois</span> <div class="country-name">United States</div> <span class="geo"><abbr class="latitude" title="39.484390">39° 29' 3.804" N</abbr>, <abbr class="longitude" title="-88.171129">88° 10' 16.0644" W</abbr></span> </div> <div class="map-link"> <div class="location map-link">See map: <a href="" target="_blank">Google Maps</a>, <a href=";csz=Charleston%2C+IL&amp;country=us" target="_blank">Yahoo! Maps</a>, <a href=";country=US&amp;address=&amp;city=Charleston&amp;state=IL&amp;zipcode=" target="_blank">MapQuest</a></div> </div> </div> </div> <p><a href="" target="_blank">read more</a></p> Brian Bales Charleston Charleston High School Eastern Illinois University EIU Going the Distance Illinois Charleston Illinois inline skaters inline skating US Military Vivian White Iraq Sports Illustrated 39.484390 -88.171129 Thu, 02 Jul 2009 17:01:19 +0000 MikeB 1019 at