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Letter from the Director

by Chris Field

If you are a gardener in the Northeastern US, as I am, you’ll know it is time to plant bulbs for your spring tulips. What’s on my mind though is nurturing the seeds for spring Team PH racing teams around the world.

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PHenomenal Support

At the beginning of September, Pinot’s Pallette in Lawrenceville hosted a Paint and Sip night fundraiser.

We had a great turn-out with about 22 friends that painted a city sunset scape with Team PHenomenal Hope. Pinot’s Pallette donated all proceeds and we raised $364.00 from admission and $100 from the raffle basket. Be on the lookout for another event in the spring to Paint it Forward! To learn more about the classes offered by Pinot’s Pallette visit their website.

Saturday, Oct 1st was our 2016 Murder Mystery dinner to fundraise for our Bertioga race in Maresias, Brazil! The team raised over $1,600! Thank you to Gaetano's Banquet Center & Catering for hosting!

Both if these fundraisers support our first multi-national race between the US and Brazil teams.

Day of Giving
In our Day of Giving, the team was able to raise $5,292.75, including a $125 prize for having a high amount of donors give during the 6PM-8PM time slot. Thanks to all of our donors! We also want to thank Gilead for their amazing and generous $5,000 dollar-for-dollar match offer. This brings our combined funds raised for the 2016 Day of Giving to $10,292.75! Thank you, Gilead!


Warrior Bio

I’m Vicky and my story probably started ten or more years before I was finally diagnosed with the first disease that would forever change my life, which is severe COPD.

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Erie Marathon

On September 11th, 2016, four Team PHenomenal athletes took part in the Erie Marathon.

Amanda Budzowski, Monica Reisz, Christian Gabarda, and Michael Bauer took on the challenge of the 26.2 marathon around Presque Isle for Team PHenomenal Hope.

The race started just like most, but the racers soon found out that having their PH support team behind them would bring motivation and inspiration unlike any other.

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Savageman 2016

Although it’s only 70 miles, it’s earned the reputation of being one of the most difficult triathlons in the country, mainly due to the bike course.

Around mile 18, you enter the town of Westernport, MD. This is the entry of the 7 mile climb over Savage Mountain. It welcomes you like a punch in the teeth, with a 4 block span known as the infamous Westernport Wall.

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2016 Schedule of Events


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