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Many Thanks!






Many thanks to all who have volunteered to help at the
2014 Marrow Registration Drive & Fundraising Event
at the Fox & Hound on Tues., Feb. 18, 2014!
Please visit the EVENTS PAGE for details.



Many thanks to all who attended my 2012 Events and helped raise approximately $5,000 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society!


Many thanks to the following 2010 donors:

Pam S., Nancy D., Jennifer B., Celia H., Lisa F., Sara S., Lisa & Michael K., John M., Robert L., Tyler S., Dave L., Jeff H., Megan N., Scott G., Judy H., Mary M., Nanci G., Cynthia M., Benjamin G., Martin B., Sonny & Shirley A., Dan T., Margaret B., Theresa C., Rick M., and all the generous people who attended any of my nine fundraising events that were part of the 2010 Man & Woman of the Year Campaign. Together, we raised $8476.51 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Thank you so much for making this possible!



Many thanks to the following people who helped
make the 2010 Green Dress Charity Run a huge success:

Donald Splitstone, Matt Graver, Joey Harkiewicz, Ruth Menzl, John Rozborski,

Wilson-McGinley Beer Distributor, Brian Tully, Randy Lamp and the

entire staff of Calico Jack's for providing outstanding service!


Donald Splitstone & Matt Graver for taking time from their extremely busy schedules to scout

and lay trail, for donating their time to Team in Training for so many years on behalf of the

LLS, and in general for being so supportive of my campaign and for being great friends.


Joey H. for providing his truck as the mobile beer and snack stop.

Thanks for your help, your patience, and your generosity.


Ruth M. & John R. for helping with registration, green dress sales, and raffle ticket sales.


Ruth M. for making 300 pudding & Jello shots, which were a HUGE HIT with everyone!!!




Many thanks to the following people for helping me

with the 2010 Man & Woman of the Year Campaign

to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society:


Donald Splitstone, for nominating me in the first place, and for offering to split one-third of the proceeds from the 2010 Charity Bar Crawl with me, so that one-third will benefit his fundraising goals for Team in Training, one-third will benefit Matt Graver's goals for Team in Training, and one-third will benefit my fundraising goals for the Man & Woman of the Year Campaign. The three of us are raising money for the SAME CAUSE:  to help the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to fight blood cancers and to provide services to patients and families.


Kira Foley and Richele Ward from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
for their never ending support and excellent advice.


Judy Herilla, owner and founder of Grape Thoughts and Karmoxie Web Design & Development
for helping me to plan a Wine Tasting & Dinner on May 11th and for being her awesome self!


Marcy Brown from the Sweaty Betty Blues Band for helping with publicity and promotions

and for agreeing to perform at the Rock 'N Blues for the Cure Benefit Concert on April 25th.


Jill West & Blues Attack, Gary Belloma & the Blues Bombers, ATS, and the Deceptions for
donating their time and talent to the Rock 'N Blues for the Cure Benefit Concert on April 25th.


Ruth Menzl and Gwen Brogan for co-hosting the St. Patrick's Day Happy

Hour with me, and for providing never ending phone and moral support!


Ruth, Gwen, Janet, Rick, Carol, Elena, Marybeth, and Maryann for

attending the St. Patrick Day's Happy Hour at Calico Jack's.


Judy Herilla, Marcy Brown, Ruth Menzl, Martin Bertocci, John Zak,

Theresa Casciato & Sandy Weir for attending my first "Brainstorming Session"

back in January. I appreciate your ideas and enthusiasm!

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