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Looking for a Way to Boston?

Posted Dec 22 2010 10:51am
Were you one of the many who were disappointed this year when the Boston registration filled so quickly. Well, if you didn't get in this year, still want to go, and don't mind rolling up your sleeves and doing a little work, I have some good news for you!

Kristina Sym, the Special Events and Design Coordinator at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary contacted me with news that she still has a few spots open in her 50-member Boston Team!

Remember I said you'd need to roll-up your sleeves? Well each team member must commit to raising a minimum of $5,000 for research and patient care at Mass. Eye and Ear. The funds raised will be used to bring new hope and a healthier future to people everywhere who face loss of sight, hearing, voice, balance, taste and smell, as well as head and neck cancer.  Fundraising and training support will be offered. The team coach, Fred Treseler, is recognized as one of the best in the country.

Team Eye and Ear members span a wide range of athletic abilities (novice to experience marathoners) and walks of life. They are generous and dedicated individuals who are athletes, fundraisers and ambassadors for Mass. Eye and Ear. Their hard work, dedication and pure passion brings new hope and a healthier future to people everywhere who suffer from debilitating conditions affecting sight, hearing, voice, balance, taste and smell, as well as head and neck cancer.

So, if fundraising is your thing and you really want to get into Boston this year, check it out!! Interested runners can contact Kristina at kristina_sym@meei.harvard.edu  or (617) 573-6364. More information can also be found at: www.MassEyeAndEar.org/TeamEyeAndEar .
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