Archive for June, 2012

As of 6/27/12

Thursday, June 28th, 2012

CNY Triathlon Club Members

MINDRA ABDALLAH

jennifer abulencia

Jeffrey abulencia

zachary abulencia

jordyn-lee abulencia

jade abulencia

Patrick Acee

Elizabeth Acee

Laura Ackerman

Michelle Ackerman

Mike Addario

Michael Adelberg

Erika Adigun

Connor Agen

David Aitken

Kerri Aitken

Jeanne Albanese

Tracy Alberici

Vince Alberici

Edward Alberts

Rebecca Alder

Kevin Alder

John Aldrich

Brenda Alkins

David Allen

Greg Allen

Kurt Allen

Kris Allen

Brea Allers

Erin Alsever

Brandon Anderson

Meredith Andrews

Troy Andrews

Gannon Andrews

Jackson Andrews

Amanda Anna

Douglas Arena

monica ariola

mike ariola

Gabriele Ariola

ben ariola

Deborah Armstrong

Paul Ashbarry

Kimberly Aspden

Tricia Austin

John Austin

Anne Austin

Kate Auwaerter

Rebecca Auyer

Ted Ayoub

Judy Bablok

Leigh Bacher

Chantal Bailey

Derek Bakay

Marcia Baldwin

Eric Bansbach

Kelly Bargabos

Roxanne Barnaby

James Barnett

nancy barnum

Leslie Barrows

Len Barry

Joe Bartlett

Andrew Basner

Isabella Bastian

Danielle Baye

Edelika Becker

Rebekah Beckwith

Nick Bedbury

Lisa Beers

Michael Beers

Jessica Benedetto

Nicholas Benedetto

Gabriel Benedetto

AMY BENEDICT

Kristina Bennett

Patti Bennett

Shawna Bennett

Janel Benson

Christine Benton

Therese Berical

Lauren Berkun

Leo Berman

Sally Berry

Kathleen Bersani

Elisabeth Berson

Jennifer Berthoff

Doris Bessasparis

Andrea Bessel

Kurt WR Bessel

Kerri Bessel Warner

Sylvia Betcher

Sarah Bettinger

Lynne Bird

Kim Bish-Williams

Christine Black

Daniel Blanding

Elizabeth Bloxsom

Kathryn Bogardus

Katie Bombard

jeanne anne bonanni

Linda Bonczek

Daisy Bongiovanni

Susan Bonomo

Donna Boots

Rebecca Bostwick

Melissa Bottorff

Benjamin Boucher

Rachel Boucher

BRANDI BOYANSKI

Andrea Bradley

Maria Bradshaw

Maria Bradshaw

Marilyn Bratt

Sarah Bratt

Laura Bratt

Leah Bratt

Julia Braunmueller

Erika Breckheimer

lisa brennan

jim brennan

Charlie Breuer

Sandra Brigandi

James Bright

carley bright

cindy bright

erin bright

Honness Brittany

Lauren Brodey

mitchell brodey

wyny brodey

Michael Brookins

Wendy Broton

Kim Brown

Molly Brown

Christine Brown

Michael Brown

Jennie Brown

Megan Brown

Alyssa Brown

Alexander Brown

Kirstan Brown

Daniel Bruce

Jordan Bruna

Christopher Bruna

Michael Brych

Kimberly Buck

Suzanne Buck

Sharon BuMann

Timothy Bump

Kathleen Bump

david burger

tammy burger

Jude Burke

Karen Burke

Casey Burke

Sierra Burke

Mandy Burkett

Amy Burns

Annette Burns

gina burrows

Christina Burtis

Robert Burton

Ginny Burton

David Butera

Melissa Butler

Kris Butler

Katie Byrd

cindi byrne

Mary Byrnes

Jason Byrnes

Erin Byrnes

Colin Byrnes

Patricia Cahalan

Shannon Cahalan

Mandy Callahan

sean callahan

Ella Callahan

KAtharine Callahan

Jamie Campbell

Loretta Campbell

Erin Cancel

steve capella

Harry Capone

Gabrielle Capone

Gene Cappelletti

Amy Caputo

Todd Caputo

Pamela Caraccioli

doug carbino

kathy carbino

Karen Carbone

andrea cardinale

Jean Carnese

Joseph Carnese

Jennifer Carney

Kevin Carpenter

Tricia Carr

Christian Carr

Cameron Carr

Terry Carr

Kevin Carr

Amy Carrillo

Matthew Carrillo

yvonne case

steve case

Christina Casella

Frances Cass

Jennifer Castro

OLIVIA CASTRO

Analise Castro

Michele Catania

John Cavalline

Darcy Cavalline

Talia Cavalline

Victoria Cavalline

Chris Centore

Henry Centore

Bodie Centore

Elizabeth Ceravolo

Holly Chapman

Rob Chimento

Kenneth Cigler

Jeanne Cioci

Michael Cioci

tammy Ciotti

Mary Ciotti

Caryn Ciotti

Colleen Clancy

Christopher Clappin

Katie Clark

Lois Clark

Molly Clark

Denise Clark

Jeanne Clarke

Samuel Clemence

Eileen clinton

Shannon Coholan

Kristine Cole

Pamela Collins

Jessica Collins

Debbie Collis

Patrick Conboy

karen conklin

Briana Conley

Danielle Conley

Brian Connelly

Trinity Conner

Cheryl Cook

Katherine Cook

Svea Cook

Edward Cook

Emily Cook

Teddy Cook

Michele Coonce

Dana Cooreman

Devin Coppola

Jody Coppola

Annie Coppola

Amber Corasaniti

Joanne Corasaniti

Pamela Corbett

Kitty Corcoran

Jessica Cornish

Michael Corona

Jennifer Corona

Joseph Corona Jr

Sherry Correll

Colton Correll

Baron Correll

Carson Correll

Kevin Costello

Emily Costello

Patrick Costello

Rick Cote

Lisa Cote

robin cottrell

JenniferCoughlin

Dennis Coughlin

Kelly Covert

Kelly Covert

Joy Covey

Karyn Craft

Amber Craigmile

Shawna Craigmile-Sciacca

Jennifer Crawford-Doody

Suzanne Craybas

Hannah Craybas

Matthew Craybas

Jennifer Crisp

Darlene Cristantielli

Tracy Cromp

Danielle Cross

Andrew Cunningham

Lynn Cunningham

Laura Currey

Monique Cuyler

EVELYN CZYZ

Sarah Dadey

Mark Dadey

Mitchel Dadey

Luke Dadey

Julia Dadey

kristin Dadey

Andrew D’Agati

Rob Daino

Colleen Damato

Tina D’Amico

Aleana D’Aniello

Mary Danieu

Tamara Danner

Trina Dattler

Cory Dauphin

Laurie Davis

Kelley Davis

Brantley Deaton

Chris DeBottis

NICOLA DECARLO

Christopher DeCarlo

Karen DeCarlo

Lara DeCarlo

John DeKay

Jennifer Delaney

Karin DeLaney

Joel DeLaney

Renee Delvecchio

Holly DeMar

Jennifer Demaria

Benjamin Demaria

Donna Dennis

John Ders

Kallie Desmond

Kim Desmond

Desalyn De-Souza

Diane Detrick

Kim Devereaux

Joan Deyle

Roxanne Deyo

Melissa Dickens

Jonathan Dickens

Lynne DiGennaro

Tim DiGiulio

James DiGristina

Zachary Dineen

Deborah Dineen

Pamela Dise

Michele Dobson

Steve Dolan

Joey Dolan

Krispin Dolbear

Lisa Dolbear

Denise Dolinsky

Mary Beth Domachowske

Pat Doner

Pat Doner

Mark Donnelly

Craig Donnelly

Miriam Donohue

Maura Donovan

Jeff Dorfman

Katie Doucette

Kelly Dougherty

Mary Dougherty

Lynn Douglas

Trina Douglas

Scott Douglas

Joshua Douglas

Melissa Downs

Jodi Dowthwaite

Alexander (AJ) Dowthwaite

Henry Dowthwaite

Sheri Dozier

Lindy Drapikowski

Jeffrey Dugan

Trish Dugan

Christopher Dugan

Shane Dugan

Bridget Dugan

Liam Dugan

Cade Dugan

Lisa Duncanson

Karen Dunford

Angela Dunn

mark dwyer

Karen Dygert

Tanya Eastman

John Eckert

Dana Eells

Kathleen Effler

Steven Effler

Kate Egan

Mairead Egan

Sean Egan

Jackie Egle Capella

Christina El Bayadi

Deborah Emery

Riley Enders

Bryan English

Molly English-Bowers

Melissa Ennis

Karen Esposito

Patricia Evangelista

John Evans

Sarah Evans

Suzanne Evans

Colleen Falgiatano

Anthony Falgiatano

Charles Falgiatano

Stephanie Falls

lisa farewell

Marie Farone

Colleen Farrell

Susan Faso

Maureen Fauler

Blythe Fawcett

Christina Fazio

Linda Fazio

Karen Fehlman

Laurie Ferger

kathleen ferguson

Benjamin Ferguson

Ayla Ferguson

Josiah Ferguson

Jeanette Ferguson

Tish Ferri

Steven Festenstein

Tara Finnegan

Daniel Finnin

Robert Fiorentino

Cathy Fischer

Kelly Flaherty

Tania Flanagan

Joan Fleet

Maureen Fleming

Lisa Fletcher

Beth Foederer

Daniel Foody

Carolyn Foody

Daniel Foody

Mark Ford

Donna Forward

Jenny Fox

Joanna Fraley

Lauri Francis

Angela Francis

Kathleen Frawley

Lisa Froelick

Katie Fry

Hans Fuller

Jennifer Fuller

Delaney Fuller

Jack Fuller

Andersen Fuller

Rene Gabriel

Tyler Gabriel

Jeffrey Gabriel

Mindy Lu Gaffney

Mary Gajewski

Mary Jo Galletta

John galletta

Emma Galletta

Julian Galletta

James Galloway

Anne Galloway

Cynthia Gambell

Dan Ganley

Richard Gardner

Michele Gardner

Nicole Garofalo

Michael Gasparek

Jodi Gasparek

Jennifer Gasparek

Matthew Gasparek

Tina Gauthier

Taylor Gauthier

David Gauthier

Joshua Gauthier

Sierra Gauthier

Sean Gavigan

Ken Geary

Tory Gentes

Lisa Geraci-Civiletto

Michael Gerber

Tanya Gesek

Chris Giambrone

Bre Giambrone

Christina Gianetto

Katherine Gibas

Dana Gibbens

Andrea Gibbens

Maria Gigante-Baggett

Aimee Gill

Kelly Glashauser

Kimberly Glidden

Matthew Glidden

Heidi Glovack

Carolina Goich

Cara Goldberg

Jamie Golden

Michelle Goldych

Barbara Gonnella

diane goode

Dawn Gooley

Kelly Grace

Kelly Grace

Carolyn Grady

Kristin Graham

Francine Grannell

Janice Gray

Leanne Gray

Jill Greco

Charles Greco

Jayden Greco

Carsyn Greco

Caleb Greco

Sue Green

meg green

heidi green

Julie Greenfield

Lisa Greenia

Chary Griffin

Tracie Griffin

Kristine Griffin

Michael Griffin

Kelly Griffith

David Griffith

Robert Groesbeck

Katie Grudzinski

Corrinne Guadagnolo

Robert Hadzor

Susan Hadzor

colleen haggerty

Hilaireen Hall

Denise Hallock

Justin Halsey

Jacqlynn Halstead

Jennifer Hamlin-Navias

Martha Hampshire

Lindsay Hanas

Jonathan Haney

Ellen Hanifan

Ann Hardt

Amy Harle

Stephanie Harrington

Jim Harris

Marilyn Hartman

Margaret Hartmann

shirley hartnett

Erinn Haswell

Joseph Hatfield

Amanda Hatfield

David Haughey

Kristen Haus

Joshua Haverlock

Suzanne Hawes

Jennifer Hayden

Elizabeth Hayes

Donald Healey

Jo Healey

Jennifer Heaney

Toby Heath

Isabella Heath

JEFFREY HEIM

Kevin Helinger

Elaine Henning

Laura Henry

Doreen Henson

Scott Hildebrandt

Denise Hingre

Alyssa Hingre

Eric Hinman

Anna Hlywa

James Hockey

Christine Hodkinson

Kendall Hoekstra Pipes

Jeffrey Hofmann

Moe Hohl

Haley Holcomb

Julie Holder

Evie Holder

Baden Holder

William Hollely

Christine Holmes

Maribeth Homa

Joe Homola

Tim Honness

Nicole Hopkins

Johnathan howard

richard howard

barrett howard

Christine Hueber

Angela Hughes

Beth Hughes

Jaime Hunsicker

Tom Hunsicker

melanie hurley

Jennifer Hurwitz

Heidi Hyde

Andrew Illingsworth

Pamela Ingersoll

Amanda Ingersoll

Keisuke Inoue

Brendan Jackson

Farah Jadran

Renee James

Anne James

Ralph Janicki

Diana Jaramillo-DeCarlo

Allison Jennings

Lari jimerson

Mike Jimerson

Corey Jimerson

Alex Johnson

Mallory Johnston

Corinne Johnston

Carol Jones

Crystal Jordan

Mike Joyner

Liz Judge

Gary Kahn

Owen Kahn

Kevin Kane

Loren Kapelewski

Alexander Karn

Kim Kedenburg

Stacey Keefe

Michael Keenan

Charles Keenen

Reilly Keenen

Charles Keller

Marcia Kelley

scott kelley

Courtney Kelley

Lauren Kelley

Joseph Kelly

Matthew Kelly

Helen Kemper

Kyle Kemper

Maureen Kendrick

Maureen Kenyon

Edward Keplinger

Jacob Keplinger

Amanda Keplinger

Jeanne Keplinger

Maureen Kerin

Sean Kesselring

Joan Kesselring

Emma Kesselring

Steven Kieb

Steven Kieb

Kaylee Kieb

liz kiggins

Renee Kihne

Elaine Kimpel

Dave Kimpel

Chris Kimpel

Jena Kimpel

Susannah Kingsle

Kim Kinney

Caryl Kinney

Karen Kissock

Theodore Kiteveles

Linda Kiteveles

Shelby Kiteveles

Riley Kiteveles

Andrew Klem

Barbara Klim

Jennie Kliment

Daniel Kliment

Debra Kman

Stephen Kman

Stephen Kman

David Knaebel

Lauren Knight

Jean Knittel

Courtney Knittel

Tracey Knoop

Brenda Ko

Kathy Kobuszewski

Trista Kogut

Thomas Kogut

Tim Kohanski

Jarrod Kolodziejczyk

Wendy Kolodziejczyk

Andrea Kooritzky

Robert Kosinski

Michele Kosinski

Matt Kosinski

Michael Kostakis

joyanne kraebel

Susan Kreplin-Michaels

Charlene Kreplin-Rose

nancy krupka

Jane Kuppermann

Wendy Kurlowicz

Jennifer Kurtz

Jacob Kurtz

keith kutil

Heather La Vancher

Kimberle Lacey

Lorelei Lacey

Luke Laczak

Jennifer LaGrange

Carrie Lake

Michael Lake

Jeremy Lake

Miriam LaMontagne

Christopher Lamothe

Linda Lane

John Lang

Bob Langkammerer

Mae Lankes

Joseph LaPlant

Mike LaPoint

Ronald LaPrate

Ben Larsen

Charlene Lathrop

Angela LaVergne

lorraine lawrence

Jen Lawrence

Adam Lawson

Katherine Lawson

Carolyn Lawton

jodi lembo

AMY LENWEAVER

Brenda Lenweaver

Patti Lenweaver

Timothy Leonard

patricia levine

Heather Lewis

Bridget Lichtinger

Jennifer Ligoci

Denice Linehan

LOUANN LINSTRUTH

Geoff Lloyd

Rebecca Lloyd

Janet Loch

Kelly Loch

Elinore Loch

Katie Loch

Jessica Loch

Andrew Lodge

Alexander Lodge

Debi Loewy

Russ LoGalbo

Jackie Lonergan

Carolyn Lonergan

Lauren Longo

Dannielle Loranger

Bradley Loranger

Austin Loranger

robert loring

Justin Louise

Ronna Louise

Adam Louise

Daniel Louise

Sarah Lounsbury

Ann Lower

Ann Marie Lozito

Regina Lozito-Yorton

Anthony Lubrino

Lindsey Ludke

Nathan Ludke

STEVEN LUDWIG

Doug Luke

Maureen Luschini

Matt Lyaski

Mary Lynn

Meghan MacBlane

Mary MacBlane

Janice MacDonald

Lila MacDowell

Kathleen MacDuff

M.J. MacKenzie

Ryan MacKenzie

Caroline Mackessy

Edward Madden

margaret madonian

Ramon Madrid

Debbie Magaro-Dolan

Dan Magee

Andrew Magee

Michael Magee

Susan Mahar

Daniel Mahoney

Kevin Mahoney

MAry Jo Major

Rachel Malcott

Gino Malgieri

Molly Malgieri

Sue Mangicaro

Suzanne Maniccia

Laura Manley

Emily Maor

Mary Marcon

David Markham

susan marks

Jeanna Marraffa

Toni Ann Marsallo

Wendy Marsh

todd marshall

Malisa Martin

William Martone

Lisa Martone

Missy Maser

Beth Massiano

Antonio Mastracco

Alison Mastroe

Audrey Mastroleo

Mike Mastroleo

Kennedy Mastroleo

Ryann Mastroleo

Christian Mastroleo

Caroline Mastroleo

Marybeth Matyasik

Julie Matyasik

Len Matyasik

Jennifer Mauro

Gavin Mauro

Piper Mauro

Jim Maxon

Paula Maxwell

Jenna Mayotte

Eileen McAndrew

Mary Kathryn McAndrew

Christine McCarthy

Chris McCarthy

Steve McCormick

Connie McDevitt

carolyn mcdonald

kathleen mcdonnell

Eileen McDonough

Deborah McEligot

Dawn McElwain

Ariel McGarry

Craig McGowan

Kathleen McGrath

Cynthia McGuire

Connie McIntosh

Courtenay McKeon

Kira McKinney

James McLean

Eileen McMahon

TERESA MCVEA

WILLIAM MCVEA

cynthia mead

SUSAN MEKKER

JACOB MEKKER

Renee Melfi

Lydia Mellnitz

Jill Merluzzi

Emily Messineo

Sarah Meyers

Lee Michaels

Nicole Michaud

Michelle Michlovitch

Tom Michlovitch

Camasin Middour

Maureen Miles

Kevin Miles

James Mirra

James Mirra II

Nancy Mitchell

Katherine Mitchell

Steven Moeller

Nathaniel Molinari

Josh Molinari

Shawn Molloy

Kimberly Molloy

Rachel Monk

Ann Moore

Mary Moore

Elizabeth Moran

Chantel Moran

William Morey

Lisa Morgan

Mary Morgan

Terri Morse

Heather Moses

Stanley Moskal

Davia Moss

Kristen Mucitelli-Heath

Cindy Mueller

Caitlin Mullally

Kristin Mullally

Christopher Murphy

Cindy Murphy

Tim Murphy

Paige Murphy

Mackenzie Murphy

Gracelyn Musci

errin musengo klein

Laurie Myhill

Adrienne Mylott

Ronald Nabewaniec

Glenda Nabewaniec

Denise Napoli

Andy Napoli

Laura Nardella

Lisa Nardone

Kellie Nasiff

Bart Natoli

Sherry Negley

Amanda Negley

Joshua Negley

Linh Nguyen

Betsy Nicol

Leonard Nitzberg

Daisy Nojaim

Aaron Nolan

Noel Norden

Andrew Norden

Olivia Norden

Audrey Norden

Peg Northrup

Deb Nosky

Jessica Novak

Elizabeth Novakowski

Elise Novakowski

Debra Nowicki

Madelyn Nowicki

Kylie Nowicki

Justin Nowicki

Martin Nowicki

Botumkesar Nuon

Deanna Oakes

Alain obas

Wendy OBrien

Joseph OConnor

Patrick OConnor

Virginia O’Connor

Debbie O’Connor

Denise Oertel

Karen Ogden

Sheilla O’Hara Coughlin

Janet Ohlsen

Laurie Oliver

Deborah O’Malley

William O’Malley

Liam O’Malley

Brendan O’Malley

Megan O’Malley

Richard O’Neil

Donna O’Neil

Gail Opanhoske

Mary O’Reilly

Allison Oudemool

Dawn Paciorek

Wanda Padula

Ann Page

Tom Palmer

Jessica Palmer

David Palmerton

Aubry Panek

Federica Panozzo

laurie panto

Sarah Panzarella

Amy Papelino

Judith Parish

John Parker

Jacqueline Parker

Nick Pasco

Gina Pauline

Laura Pawloski

Henry Pearl

Benjamin Pedroja

Kimberly Pedrotti

Joseph Pellettiere

james pemberton

james pemberton

Janna Pemberton

Elise Perigard

Deirdre Perkins

Thomas Perkins

Gina Perkins

Margaret Perkins

Jeff Perkins

Sidney Perkins

Alicia Perras

Christopher Perry

Freddy Perry JR

adam peruta

Mary Kay Peters

Tim Peterson

Elizabeth Peterson

Jim Peterson

Rustan Petrela

Jodie Pichura

Sarah Pickard

Julia Pickard

Kim Pietro

Diane Pisano

Mickey Piscitelli

Tara Pitts

Richard Pitts

Emilie Pitts

Derek Pitts

Steven Plante

MaryLou Plante

Deanna Pleskach

Ryan Pleskach

Danielle Podejko

Nichole Polos

Susan Pompo

Jill Poniros

Lynda Poole

Emily Poole

Charlie Poole

Keith Poole

Tim Poole

Julie Pooler

Tina Poppe

Annie Porter

Caroline Potter

Andy Powell

Eric Prager

Sylvie Prendergast-Corvo

Mary-Lee Prestia

Marcia Prignon

David Profusek

Anne Proppe

Anne Proppe

Lisa Prusinowski

sharon pudney

Margaret Puma

Tammy Purcell

Lauren Putnam

Walter Putter

Kristy Quattrocci

Ben Rabin

Jocelyn Rabin

Kathleen Rainbow

Dougals Rainbow

Ella Rainbow

Jack Rainbow

Myah Rainbow

Sam Rameas

Laura Rankin

Heidi Ratliff

Jennifer Ratliff

Katie Rau

Corrie Raulli

Michael Raulli

Philippa Read

Chris Read

Susan Read

Jessica Redmond

Kelly Regan

Carrie Reilly

Brenden Reilly

Ella Reilly

John Reilly

Scott Reinhart

vanna reisman

Steve Reiss

jana reiss

Katie Resch

Tara Retz

Shelly Revette

Aaron Revette

Jeff Revette

Brett Rewakowski

Amy Reynders

TJ Ricciardiello

Jaime Riccio

John Ricker

Mary Riehlman

Peter Riehlman

Maggie Rienhardt

Mark Rienhardt

Holly Rine

Ruth Ripley

Barbara Roach

Ginny Robbins

Laurie Roberts

Bethany Roberts

Patrice Robinson

Ron Rockwood

Christina Rockwood

Heather Rodriguez

Lynn Roe

Kristen Roe

Lexie Roe

Trevor Roe

Jenny Roffo

Scott Rogers

gina rohde

Caitlin rohe

Patricia Rohe

meghan rohe

MaryBeth Romagnoli

Nicole Romano

Courtney Romeiser

Rachel Roney

Julie Rosa

Ellen Rosa

Gretchen Rose

Elyssa Rosenbaum

Debbie Rosenbaum

Holly Rosenthal

Becky Ross

Barbara Ross

Mackenzie Ross

Connor Ross

Christopher Ross

Diane Rushford

Mary Ryan

Shawn Ryan

Kim Ryder

Jennifer Ryfun

Sandra Sabourin

Christy Saint

Terrie Salatte

Barbara Salvagni

Samuel Sampere

Matthew Sampere

Tim Sampere

Debra Santaro

Mimi Satter

Deborah Saucier

John Savage

marika scalisi

Kelly Scalzo

Natalie Scavone

Kelly Schad

Scott Schaffer

Susan Schmelling

Vincent Schmidt

Renee Schmidt

Tess Schmidt

Helena Schmidt

Jonathan Schnade

stacey schneble

Kimberly Schulz

Ellen Schurman

Jennifer Scott

Debbie Scott

Richard Searing

Candace Searing

sean severance

melissa severance

cole severance

kiana severance

Catherine Shamlian

Quinn Shamlian

Kristin Shanley

Suzanne Shapero

tom shea

Christine Shea

Aidan Shea

Kevin Shea

Janice Shea

Robert Shea

Margaret Sheen

Claire Sheen

Jennifer Sherbourne

Cameron Sherbourne

Honor Sherman

Tracy Sherwood

Pauline Shostack

Zachary Shostack

Robert Shostack

James Shuler

Adrienne Shuron

Christina Silvernail

James Simko

Karen Simmons

Ron Simmons

Pamela Simon

Deborah Sindone

Filomena Sirchia

Nancy Skye

David Smith

Brian Smith

Kristen Smith

sean smith

Dwayne Smith

Melissa Smith

Brianna Smith

Theresa Smith

Madeline Smith

Marcus Smith

Colette Smith

Ian Smith

jackie snow

Kathy Solan

linda sollars

Stacey Sommer

Angela Sommer

kevin sorge

Richard Southwick

Deborah Spencer

William Spencer

Faith Spencer

Hope Spencer

Beth Squire

Steven Stacey

Wendy Stark

thomas Stern

Carolyn Sterritt

Trisha Stethers

Carrie Stevens

Katelyn Stevens

Tina Stinson

Robert Stokes

Deborah Storrings

Juli-Anne Stratton

Kathleen Stropp

Sarah Stuart

Lindsay Sullivan

Caroline Sussman

Robert Svenson

Lianne Svenson

Robert Swizdor

Mj Swizdor

James Szczygiel

Tim Taber

Tim Taber

Tim Taber

Lisa Tamiso

Brendan Tanner

Christina Tarnacki

Elizabeth Tarry

Eileen Tarsel

Yvonne Tasker Rothenberg

Nancy Taylor

Edward TenEyck

Jackie Terribile

Joe Thiel

Amie Thomas

Tamara Thomson

Karen Thorp

Tracy Till

Tracy Tillapaugh

renee tillman

Patrick Tompkins

Karen Toole

claudia tooley

Seth Torrice

megan townsend

Elizabeth Tracy

Christopher Trevisani

Joyce Trinkley-Wolfson

Patti Tripp

cora true-frost

jim true-frost

Nick Tucci

Terese Tucci-Petrin

patrick turley

John Turner

Lori Usifer

Kerry Uy

Patrick VanBeveren

Stefane Vanboden

Don VanPelt

Stephanie Verwys

Kathleen Vickers

robert vidulich

Sara Villnave

Damon Villnave

Michele Vinciquerra

Keri Vito

Lorie Ann Voight

Peter von Zwehl

Valerie Voorhees

Cathy Voorhees

David Voorhees

Christina Wagner

Scott Wakeman

Kay Wakeman

Charles Walck

Hunter Waldau

Heather Waldau

Lisa Walden

Travis Waldref

kristine waldron

ronald waldron

alexis waldron

darien waldron

James Walker

Mike Wall

Kristin Wallace

Jane Walsh

Kristen Walsh

Jill Walsh

William Walter

Laurie Walter

Jennifer Walters

Stacy Wanamaker

Rhonda Wandersee

Mark Ward

Deborah Warner

Hannah Warner

Rebekah Warner

Grace Warner

Alan Warren

Dan Waterman

lisa watkins

Cassondra Weaver

Shereen Webb

Sarah Webb

Greg Wedyck

Richelle Wedyck

Keone Weigl

LISA WELLINGTON

ALLAN WELLINGTON

Melissa Wenham

Erik Wennberg

Denise Wenzel

Jim West

Mistie West

Karen Whalen

John Whalen

Jennifer Wheeler

Drew White

Kristin White

Phoebe White

maggie white

Chuck White

Maura White

Suzanne White

Christopher White

Lee Wilder

Mallory Wilder

Danielle Wilder

Lisa Wildrick

Kelly Willcox

Joanne Willcox

Traci Williams

RobAn Williams

Jennifer Wilson

Jennifer Wilson

Lorrie Wilson

Krista Wilson

Peter Winkler

Jason Winkler

Cassie Winter

Annette Wisniewski

Steven Wladis

Daniel Wnorowski

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Sarah Wojnarek

Eva Wojtalewski

Lisa Wolanski

Andrea Woodbury

Agatha Woodbury

Liam Woods

Reghan Worden

Tara Wright

Beryl Wright

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scott wright

tim wunsch

Michael Yarema

Sungwon Yoo

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Alex Yoo

Christopher Young

Rosalie Young

Joanna Young

Michael Young

Rachel Young

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Carrie Zdobylak

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Chris DeBottis

Friday, June 1st, 2012

Name:  Chris DeBottis

Tell us about yourself.  

I was born and raised in Camillus and have lived in Marcellus since 1993.  I am married and my husband Mike is my best friend and number one supporter.  We live with two dogs and four cats just outside the village which makes it very convenient to just walk out the door and go x-c skiing, fishing, hiking, running and biking – all without having to drive somewhere.  In June of 2010, we figuratively cut the TV cord when the signal went from analog to digital, and I can say that I really don’t miss it because I find time to do other things. When I am not home, I can either be found at the local library or the gym.

 

Besides swimming, biking, and running, I like to x-c ski, snowshoe, and hike.  I worked in the Telecom industry in the accounting/finance department since 1999 and have been fortunate to work for two small local companies, the first of which went bankrupt in 2008.  I couldn’t have picked better people to work for and feel fortunate that I love what I do.

How long have you been involved in Triathlon and what made you take it up? 

I am a newbie and decided to give triathlon a try in 2010 when I registered for my first event, Iron Girl.  I am not one who likes to go outside of my comfort zone, but in recent years I have tried to push my limits.  In September of 2004, I took a big step out of my comfort zone to hike and camp at the bottom of the Grand Canyon.  I had to overcome my anxiety of flying, leaving my animals in the care of others and face my fear of heights while hiking down the Kaibab trail.  Hiking the canyon was something I never dreamed I would ever be able to physically do, and it was an experience that would help me physically and psychologically in the coming months.
Less than 6 weeks after my Grand Canyon hike, a co-worker spotted a lump on my neck. A few weeks later, I was undergoing tests for not just one lump, but three.  I had cysts in three different areas of my body; I would spend the next month undergoing diagnostic tests to determine if the cysts were benign or malignant. I went to all of my appointments alone. To keep my nerves from overwhelming me when I was lying on the table being scanned, I brought myself back to the canyon and all that it meant to me.  Nine days before Christmas, I got the preliminary diagnosis of Papillary thyroid cancer and on Jan 10th 2005 I had surgery.  I knew that hiking the canyon had been part of the grand plan all along in that it helped me to believe in myself.  So began the journey that brought me to where I am today.

 

 

Who is your Hero? 

Anyone who has faced adversity in their life and has made a difference in the world is a hero in my eyes.  Tragedy struck me when my dad was diagnosed with colon cancer in 1976. He died two years later when I was twenty-one.  I know first hand how life-changing events can make or break an individual and/or their family.  In 2005 I attended the Marcellus Relay For Life event in Marcellus Park and had the opportunity to meet a real hero, Dick Schaffer of Skaneateles.  When I met Dick, he was preparing to ride cross-country with Lance Armstrong on the Bristol-Myers Tour of Hope team.  Dick had been diagnosed with esophageal cancer and spent many months away from his home and family while he was receiving treatment at MD Anderson Hospital.  Dick had been an avid triathlete and was one of those individuals whom everybody loved.  He completed the cross-country bike ride, but sadly his cancer returned and he lost the hardest battle he ever faced.  He touched my life more than anyone I have ever met, and even today, I get teary eyed when I think of what an incredible individual he was and how many lives he touched.
My second hero is Michael McBride, he was the son of my former co-worker Aimee.  Michael was diagnosed with Wilms Tumor on Jan 19, 2010 at the very young age of four and endured more than any individual should ever have to go through in a lifetime.  Sadly on June 13th 2011, Michael earned his angel wings at home with the family he loved so much and his beloved dog Bo.  As we approach the first year of Michael’s passing, I reflect on how unfair life can be and on the pain and suffering his mom, dad and brother face each day with his loss.  When I find myself feeling like I cannot go on I think of Michael and the courage and strength he possessed in the short time he had here on Earth. His memory gives me the strength to carry on.

 

What is your athletic background?

I have absolutely no athletic background and in fact just the opposite.  My father was a graduate of Syracuse University and was one of their best boxers when the university had a boxing team.  My dad’s brother was a renowned athlete at North High and my maternal grandfather was a semi-professional baseball player, but I did not inherit any of their athleticism.

 

Growing up in the 60′s taking gym class was not an activity that I looked forward to.  The girls were required to wear hideous one-piece outfits and there was never a size small enough to fit me.  When it came time to choose team,s I was always the second to the last one to be picked, and rightfully so.   We were required to take the president’s physical fitness test and I flunked every single time.  Looking back, if there had been someone with a hand outstretched willing to help me I would have grasped wholeheartedly but there wasn’t.
Once I was out of school I played city rec softball and volleyball for many years and enjoyed mountain biking and off road motorcycle riding, but that was about the extent of my athletic abilities.

 

What are your Triathlon strengths and weaknesses?

I don’t consider myself strong in any of one of the legs of a triathlon.  Since I have to choose one, I would say my swimming in open water is the one that I struggle with the most.  I am fine swimming in a pool and I enjoy swimming because it is the one sport that I find gives me physical and emotional peace.  Get me in the open water and it’s like I forget how to swim.  When I first started open water swimming, I attended the CNY TriWednesday night training at Oneida Shores.  Kristin and Andy were my best supporters and offered advice when I asked, which was quite often.  Each week as I exited the water I would ask, “what was my time” and every week I made up time from the prior week. By the time the season ended, I was comfortable and made a great improvement since my first week in the water.
Now as we approach the first open water swim at Gillie Lake, I know I will be challenged again as I enter the water for the first time, hope that I can get into a relaxed state, and remember what comes natural to me in the pool.

What was your first triathlon and what do you remember most?

Iron Girl 2010 was my first race. As a novice, this was a great choice because it was relatively easy.  I would not have been able to complete Iron Girl had it not been for the CNY Tri and the Wednesday night training series.  Kristin and Andy were so instrumental in building my confidence and helping me along the way, along with the other participants.  My biggest obstacle is one of the most important ones, that of nutrition.  I am not hungry first thing in the morning, so I did my best to get up early enough have some coffee, Greek yogurt, strawberries and a banana.

 

I was in the first wave. Even though there were women walking faster than I was swimming, I stayed the course and swam the whole leg.  I rode my husband’s 1980′s Specialized Sequoia touring bike, which was heavy and way too big for me.  I finished the bike ride in just about an hour. I had set a goal of 2:00 – 2:15 and as I looked at my watch halfway into the run, I knew I had a shot at 2 hours. I finished in just less than 2 hours, so I was very pleased.

 

What I remember most about this race was after the ceremonies and many of the participants and spectators had left, I heard the announcer call out that there was one more finisher coming in.  We all ran to the finish chute to see an individual come in long after everyone else had finished, but you would never know it by the roar of the crowd and the smile on her face.  That is the memory that I take from my first race and one I will never forget.

 

What is your favorite race and why? 

Skinneyman was my favorite race for many reasons, one being that it is so close to home for me.  What is not to like about Skaneateles Lake? It is one of the finest jewels in Central NY.  In the summer of 2010, being a member of the Skaneateles Community Center, I was able to swim in the public swim area as a member. I would spend about three days a week swimming there just to get the practice and to feel more comfortable.  There were some Friday nights when there was nowhere I would rather be than in the calm water watching the sunset.  I first rode the Skinneyman course with Kristen and Andy on a group ride, and it ended up just being the three of us.  Andy was great in staying back with me. He also helped me learn when and how to shift gears to my best advantage.
The race was very well organized and it was only my second race, and just a few weeks after Iron Girl.  I chose to go off in the novice wave and thought it was great to see the scuba divers out there under the buoys making sure everyone was safe.  The ride and the run were uneventful. I finished a little longer than I had hoped for but I was happy and enjoyed every minute of it.  The best part was all the wonderful food at the end and seeing all my friends who had finished before me.

 

What was your worst race and why?   

After Iron Girl and Skinneyman I decided to do DeRuyter Lake at the end of September.  I don’t know what I was thinking, because I really was not prepared.  It was a beautiful, sunny and relatively warm morning. I tried to get some food down, but the most I could manage was some coffee and yogurt.  When it came time to sign in I was assigned my number of 13!  I tried to slough it off and not feel a little unnerved.

 

Got my wetsuit on and got in the water and it did not feel bad for late September, 70 degrees.  But when my wave started and I put my face in the water, I could not get over how cold it felt and no matter how I tried, I could not get my breathing under control.  So I did most of the swim on my back and on my side, and it took me forever.

 

When I came out of the water I was disoriented, dizzy, and wondered how I was ever going to ride.  I took my time transitioning , ate a banana, hopped on the bike and hoped for the best.  The bike portion is a two-loop ride around the lake. The road had been recently tarred and stoned near the start/finish line.  I completed the first loop and was about a third of the way on the second loop when my rear tire flatted.  I thought about fixing it for about 60 seconds and decided I had enough and was walking my bike back, when someone who already finished stopped to ask if I was okay.

 

He prepared to fix my flat. When we tried to put on the spare tube, he realized it would not fit.  The tube I had was a replacement for my husband’s Specialized and the valve stem was too short for my new bike.  He took a tube out of his bag and had me back together quicker than you could blink an eye.  I asked his name and he said he was Jeremy and that at least now I had a chance to finish.

 

I was the last one off the bike and being a slow runner there was no way I could catch up to the individuals ahead of me.  But finish I did, in last place, to the cheers and support of the spectators, including Kristin and Andy who had been there for me from the beginning.  I looked around at the end to see if I could spot Jeremy and let him know I did finish, but he was nowhere to be found.

 

Fast forward a few months to an event at Syracuse Bicycle when I was talking to Ginny Burton. I told her of my DeRuyter Lake experience, and how I was able to finish because of an individual named Jeremy.  Well Jeremy turned out to be Ginny Burton’s son, and I was able to finally thank him in person that night for his generosity.

 

What are this year’s goals?  

My goals this year are pretty simple and straightforward, recover!  In the fall and winter of 2010, I suffered from Achilles issues and had to take a few months off to heal, so in April of 2011 I was excited to get back on track and train.  One of my goals was to become a better runner, so in May 2011 I joined Kevin Collin’s Y running group.  Within just a matter of four or five weeks I had my fastest 5K at Paige’s Butterfly Run and was excited! I was finally seeing my hard work pay off.

 

During that time I had an injury that I thought was a quad strain but in the months to come I would realize it was far more serious.  On June 26th of last year I felt good and went out for an 18-mile bike ride followed by a 20 minute run and felt great, no pain at all.  All that changed by the morning when I could not put any pressure on my right leg.  My PT suggested I may have a stress fracture in my femur and so began the emotional rollercoaster of the months to follow.  In mid Aug an MRI confirmed that I had a femoral stress fracture.  I was handed crutches and told I could not do anything for two months, and by the end of December, I should be able to resume running.

 

December turned into January and then February, and I still had pain.  The only thing I could do was walk. I was told, “to walk the hell out of it” 5 days a week for 45 minutes at a time.  So all through the fall, winter, and spring that is what I did.  Back in May, I signed up for Wineglass Half Marathon which was Oct 2nd.  I decided to see if I could walk it and worst case scenario, would quit if my leg bothered me.  I am happy to say I crossed that finish line in just over 3 hr. 10 min and felt on top of the world!

 

 

Whenever I tried to progress to the next steps of aqua jogging and the elliptical machine, the pain intensified and I would be set back a few weeks.  But at least I could still swim, that was until Thanksgiving when I developed rotator cuff and shoulder blade issues.  That is when the tears welled up and I started to feel sorry for myself.  But it only lasted a brief few minutes when I realized that this was not about feeling weak and helpless, but about overcoming the obstacles.

 

This has and never was about the physical pain but rather the mental, emotional and psychological aspect of injury and recovery.  I could take what I have learned from this experience and can apply it to whatever difficulties I may face on the road ahead.  So triathlon is not just about the days you train and race, but it is also about applying what you have learned about yourself and others and put to use in everyday life situations.
I am glad to say I started a couch to 5K program, and on March 31, I ran for the first time since June 2011!  It is a long process because I need two rest days between my run days. My femur needs to get acclimated to the stress of running and time to heal.  I will be walking/running Paige’s Butterfly Run and the following weekend I will be walking/running the Lake Placid Half Marathon.  And the best part – I am able to participate in the CNY Tri Wed night training series by doing either a bike ride or a run! I am so excited to be training at the newest location Gillie Lake!  Thanks to everyone who has supported and encouraged me through this past year!  It means more than my words can express!

 

In five years you hope to … 

Hard for me to believe that in five years I will be in another age group (60-64), and that as each year passes, I am going to need to keep moving more than ever.  Since this past year’s injuries and my cancer diagnosis in 2004, I have learned not look too far ahead, but to rather enjoy where I am today and hope that, God willing, whatever age related ailments may befall me, that I am still able to enjoy the things I love so much, and that I will still have the strength, stubbornness, and determination to propel myself forward whether I am walking, biking, swimming, xc skiing or snowshoeing.

 

Something most people don’t know about you:  

My previous profession was a draftsman before the days of CAD.  I worked for a tool designer in Skaneateles who designed plastic injection molds.  My job was to draw the injection molds that produced parts for Kodak, IBM, Avon and others.  Some of the items that we worked on were an Avon brush and a gun and ammo box for the GI Joe action figure.

June 2012 – Issue 40

Friday, June 1st, 2012
CNY Triangle Logo
CNY Triathlon Club Newsletter
CNY Triathlon Club, Inc. | P.O. Box 434 | Dewitt, NY 13214
www.cnytriathlon.org 
June 2012 – Issue 40
In This Issue
The Naughty List
Gillie Girl Volunteers Needed
Food Drive at the Wed Night Training Series
Syracuse 70.3 Homestay
Tri Everything
Road Rage
Tip of the Month
Quick Links


Board Meeting
Our Board Meetings are now held the second Sunday of each month at 3pm. 

Odd Months (January, March …) are held at Cicero (Circle Dr), Panera Bread.

Even Months (February, April …) are held at Dewitt (Erie Blvd), Panera Bread.

If you are interested in attending, please contact a board member directly or email the board at executiveboard <at> cnytriathlon.org

We would love to have you participate!


Our Sponsors!
Advance Cyclery
Advance Cyclery
www.cnybikes.com


Applebee’s
www.applebees.com

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Bella Domani
Catering & Banquet Facility
www.belladomani.net


The Bike Loft
www.bikeloft.com


Endurance Monster
FLRTco
Finger Lakes Running &
Triathlon Co.
www.flrtc.com


Fleet Feet Sports Syracuse
www.fleetfeetsyracuse.com

 

Genufix
Genufix
  

Lake Effect Run Club

Lake Effect Run Club

Lake Effect Run Club Website

 


Multisport
Physical Therapy & Fitness
www.multisportpt.com

 

National Aqua Service
National Aquatic Service
www.nationalaquatics.com

Onondaga Cycling
Onondaga Cycling Club
www.onondagacyclingclub.org

Ra-Lin
Ra-Lin
Syracuse Bicycle
www.syracusebicycle.com


T2 Multisport
Tiffany 2

3 Treasures Therapeutic Massage

www.3treasresmassage.com

 


2012 Board Members

Bridget Lichtinger, President

president@cnytriathlon.org

 

Deborah Armstrong, Vice President

vicepresident@cnytriathlon.org

 

Jill Poniros, Treasurer

treasurer@cnytriathlon.org

 

John Ricker,  Secretary 

secretary@cnytriathlon.org

 

Deborah Armstrong, Vice President

Volunteer Director

volunteers@cnytriathlon.org

  

John Austin

Cazenovia Triathlon Co-Director

cazdirector@cnytriathlon.org

 

Mike Gasparek

Jamesville Event Co-Director

Cazenovia Triathlon Co-Director

cazdirector@cnytriathlon.org

 

Stacey Keefe

Membership

membership@cnytriathlon.org 

 

Dave Knaebel

Equipment Manager

equipment@cnytriathlon.org

  

Jim Mirra

Jamesville Event Co-Director

jamesville@cnytraithlon.org

 

Kristin Mullally

Oneida Shores Event Co-Director

oneidashores@cnytriathlon.org

 

Andy Degati

Oneida Shores Event Co-Director

oneidashores@cnytriathlon.org

 

Rich O’Neil

Race Volunteer Coordinator

volunteers@cnytriathlon.org

 

Sean Severance

Board Member 

 

Debbie Sindone 

Newsletter Editor 

newsletter@cnytriathlon.org

 

All members of the Executive Board can be reached at:


Letter from the President 

Dear Fellow CNY Tri Club Members!

 

Time to get in the water!

 

Starting Wednesday, June 6th the CNY Tri Club will start open water swimming (OWS).  In the past we have had a free “tri” it night for non-members to come out and see what the club is about before joining.  However, this year, since our club numbers have reached a 1000 we can’t offer a free ‘tri’ night.  This means in order to participate you will have to be a current club member. 

 

A few things to remember about OWS:
  • Members must be checked-in and ON THE beach by 5:50.  If you aren’t check-in by then you won’t be able to participate.  This will allow the OWS to get started promptly at 6 p.m.
  • Members must be marked.  You will get marked when you check-in.  Swim counters will be checking hands and if you are not marked you will be pulled.
  • We will be doing swim waves; faster swimmers in the front, intermediate in the middle and new/slower swimmers in the back.  This means you may be waiting for a bit to get in the water.  Be patient.  We want everyone to be safe, plus, swim waves is a rule the park insist we follow.
  • Stay calm and focused.  If you feel yourself to panic, flip on your back and do the back stroke or side stroke or call for a life guard to give you a noodle to float with.  Calm yourself. Focus on your form and not the people around you. 
  • The lifeguards are there to help – if you need help, raise your hand high and call for help.  It is okay to ask for help when you need it. Your safety is the most important thing.
  • Have fun! Relax. Stay calm and realize this is practice. 

 

Thank you to all the volunteers on Wednesday night!  We cannot thank you enough.  It takes a lot to run a club this size, we are volunteers just like you.  It makes our job, (really, Deborah’s) easier (and less stressful) when the volunteer slots are filled for Wednesday night.  To volunteer, email volunteers <at> cnytriathlon.org

 

We have over NINETY members participating in the Syracuse 70.3 on Sunday, June 24th.    Good luck to all our club athletes! Show them why the CNY Tri club is the most bad*** club in the nation!

 

Not only are we bad*** we are generous.  A wonderful group of club members have coordinated a food drive to benefit the Food Bank of CNY.  There will be a bin at each site location on Wednesday to drop off items that is needed to help feed local families.  Thank you in advance for your generosity.

 

I just finished reading Chrissie Wellington’s book “A Life Without Limits.”  She references a poem called “If” by Rudyard Kipling.  Here is a line in the poem that I found to be very powerful —  

“And so hold on when there is nothing in you. Except the Will which says to them: “Hold on!” 

 

Hold on! Train safe, race hard.

 

Bridget Lichtinger
President


Board Meeting
 

NOTE: DATE and TIME CHANGE FOR JUNE BOARD MEETING!
 
  The June Board of Directors meeting will be held

at 6:00 PM at the Panera in Cicero on Monday, June 18.  

 

If you are interested in attending, email the board at:

executiveboard <at> cnytriathlon.org


Don’t Get On The Naughty List!
How do you get on the naughty list?  By not signing out on Wednesday night. We will be keeping track of members who forget to sign-out and how many times.

The one rule that we are very strict on is the one about signing out before you leave on Wednesday night.  If you fail to sign-out you will get a phone call to make sure you are okay and have made it off the course.  If you fail to sign out twice, you will get an email from me (madame president) issuing you a warning that if you fail to sign out for a third time your privileges of participating in the Wednesday Night training series will be revoked for the rest of the season.  It is the three strikes you are out rule.

No exceptions!

So. Don’t be naughty.  Sign out!  


Gillie Girl Volunteers Needed

 

The Gillie Girls Sprint Triathlon is excited about all of the athletes that have registered for this inaugural event.  To date, 260+ athletes have registered with only 325 slots available.  

 

The Gillie Girl’s Sprint Triathlon will be donating 100% of its net proceeds to the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund.  

 

This event is slated for Sunday, July 22 at the Veteran’s Memorial Park in Camillus, NY.  This sprint triathlon is a 1/2 mile – double loop swim in Gillie Lake, followed by a flat 14-mile bike and a 3.1 mile run.  

 

As the race director, I am looking to CNY Triathlon members who would like to be apart of this event.  We have a great day scheduled, with the race starting at 8:30am, family oriented, plenty of kids activities (martial arts demonstrations, bounce houses, slides, etc…), Limp Lizard barbeque, two bands slated, the park re-opening for public swimming post-race and so much more.  We are hoping that we can find fellow triathletes to fill key roles where experienced triathletes would be beneficial, such as in kayaks, on the bike course, at race registration and in transition.  

 

If you are interested in volunteering please go to www.gilliegirltriathlon.com and register to volunteer and acknowledge your preference of position on the course.  The registration link is below the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund logo.  Volunteers will get front row seats to the race, a post-race party, free Limp Lizard food, t-shirt donated by the Baldwin Fund and you will be help a great event that is supporting breast cancer research here in our own community.  Of course, we ask all the racers and volunteers to stop out at the Gillie Lake, for the Wednesday night triathlon training events and introduce themselves. If you are interested in participating, please sign up soon so you don’t get closed out.  Thanks for your support.  Questions can be directed to 315.685.6858 or eric.prager <at> endurancemonster.com.
 
Eric Prager
Gillie Girl’s Race Director

  

Endurance Monster Lifesports Retail and Performance Center is proud to sponsor the Gillie Girl’s Sprint Triathlon. 

 

 


Food Drive at the Wednesday Night Training Series

The CNY Tri Club is not only about making a positive impact within the sport of triathlon, but also to make a positive impact within our communities. Starting Wednesday, May 23rd we will begin the Wednesday Night Food Drive supporting the Food Bank of CNY. 

 

A wonderful group of club members have offered to make this Food Drive possible and we need members to make it a huge success! Let’s show CNY that we care about our local community. The CNY Tri Club has registered to be a local member for the Food Bank: 

 

“The core of our work is achieved by partnering with local member programs that distribute food to families in need. The key partners that make up our emergency food network are food pantries, soup kitchens and emergency shelters. Other not-for-profit agencies such as day care centers, rehabilitation centers, senior centers and group homes are able to utilize membership as a way to supplement their agency food needs.” 

 

At each site will have a bin at the check-in/check-out table for the Food Bank of CNY. Here is the preferred food list: 

  • Canned Tuna 
  • Canned Beans/Legumes 
  • Dried Beans/Legumes 
  • Peanut Butter 
  • Dinner Mixes 
  • Pasta-Rice-Grains 
  • Cereal 
  • Oatmeal 
  • Soups/Stews 
  • Canned/Dried Fruit 
  • Canned Vegetables 

NO Candy/Soda (no nutritional value) 

 

THANKS!!!!


Syracuse 70.3 Homestay

 

 

Is everyone getting excited about the upcoming Syracuse 70.3? 

 

We have some of the top professional triathletes from around the world coming to race. The field includes podium finishers at the 2011 Ironman World Championship in Kona, Xterra World Champions, some local favorites, and some very, very fast pros. 

 

For those racing, it will be great to be on the course with these athletes. For the rest of us – it will be a lot of fun to watch!!! Some of these professionals are looking for places to stay through the World Triathlon Corporation’s Homestay Program. 

 

What is the Homestay Program?

  • The Homestay program offers rooms in local private homes for professional athletes. 
  • Providing Homestays to professional athletes allows foreign athletes to experience the local culture and allows them to have a “home” atmosphere during their travels. 

 

Volunteers for the Homestay program will have the following responsibilities: 

  • Agree to host professional athlete. 
  • Coordinate with Homestay captain (Tim Taber) and athlete to determine athlete’s needs. 
  • Outside of a place to stay, nothing out of the ordinary is required of Homestay hosts. Athletes know this is a privilege and are typically very appreciative. 
  • Respect athlete’s ability to focus on their upcoming race. While most athletes will welcome the chance to get to know a Homestay family and interact, there might be cases where an athlete is very focused on their upcoming race and might prefer to remain to themselves. Please respect this request for privacy when necessary. 

 

If you are interested, please email Tim and he can send you more information. Also, if you cannot host but would still like to volunteer, there are some other opportunities to help these professionals including: 

  • Assisting with transportation (to and from airport, to race, etc.) 
  • Familiarizing them with the course. Several athletes have asked to either ride or drive the course a few days before the race. 

 

If you can offer any assistance in any of these aspects, please email Tim at timtaber <at> gmail.com. Please let him know if you have any questions.


Tri Everything

 

 

One night only, join CNY Triathletes from all experience levels to explore the world of triathlon.  Whether you’re curious about triathlons, new to the sport or have already conquered Ironman, this event will be fun for all!

 

On Monday, June 4th at 7:30 p.m. Fleet Feet Syracuse will host “Tri-Everything” Night presented by Zoot Sports. “Tri Everything” Night will feature a variety of different interactive stations that focus on transition, nutrition, recovery, wetsuits, apparel, bike maintenance, and more!  Experts in the field will be present to discuss anything and everything Tri and answer questions! 

 

There will be a handful of raffle prizes to win including a Zoot wetsuit, Zoot tri outfit, an hour-long ride with USAC certified, level 1 Cycling Coach Helene Schmid and a free bike tune up from iFixBikes. There will be plenty of deals throughout the store on the latest triathlon gear and sample products will be available for everyone in attendance.

 

To RSVP, visit www.fleetfeetsyracuse.com/forms/tri-everything-night


Road Rage

 

 

 

Some people drive angry.  Some people normally do not, but get angry after certain experiences.  Some people never get mad while driving.  As runners and bicyclists, we need to worry about the first two categories. 

 

There are things that we can do to protect ourselves and others on the road.  For example, when a car behaves badly, we need to know our rights.  Some of the good NYS laws are on the CNY Tri website already, and you should familiarize yourself with them so that you can have a valid and legally supported conversation with anybody who thinks you do not have a right to ride on the road.  But let’s face it – that opportunity is rare. 

 

So, when the offensive driver does not stop or refuses to coherently and patiently talk to you, it is important that we get the identity of that car, including make, model, color and license plate if possible.  If we can identify repeat offenders, it makes prosecuting them both criminally and civilly much easier for any future wrong-doing committed by that car. 

 

Finally, from a safety stand point, do whatever you can to avoid being hit.  I know this sounds silly, but being struck while you are riding or running in the legally correct spot still sucks.  It may not be fair, but it hurts a lot less to go on to the shoulder or even a lawn to avoid being hit by a big heavy car.

 

We also need to make sure that we do not create the second category of driver.  We must remember that our actions influence how drivers respond to other bicyclists and runners in the future.  It is illegal to ride abreast with another bicyclist if a car is approaching from behind.  It is illegal to ride a bicycle on any road unless you are as far to the right as practicable.  It is also simply a bad idea to not stay as far right as possible, because if an accident occurs, and you were not paying attention to the laws or your responsibilities, then the blame for the accident may be shifted in whole or in part from the car to you. 

 

But the biggest reason to behave?  Angering drivers may have an effect on one of our friends or family members down the road.  If you influence somebody in a vehicle so that they now are angry at bicyclists, or have decided that bicyclists are rude and inconsiderate, they may drive differently around us in the future, which could (accidentally or intentionally) result in one of us getting smooshed.  My experience, after practicing personal injury law for over fifteen years, is this:  Getting smooshed by a car sucks. 

 

Finally, for those of you that missed the orientation classes about insurance, it is imperative that you review with your insurance agent all of your policies to make sure that if something bad does happen on the road while you are a bicyclist or pedestrian, that you have the appropriate coverage to take care of your medical expenses, any lost wages that you may sustain as a result of missing work, and other damages that can result from an auto accident. 

 

If anyone has any questions about the laws, both criminal or civil, or any other legal issues relating to bicycling and running on the roadways, please feel free to call me or email me anytime and I will gladly, free of charge, spend as much time as you would like talking about how we can protect ourselves.   

 

Ben Rabin

 The Rabin Law Firm, LLC

(315) 448-BIKE (2453)

brabin <at> rabinlawfirm.com 


Tip of the Month

 

 

 

  

Do you have problems putting on your biking shoes on after the swim and then running shoes after biking? Use a shoe horn instead of your finger and they will slip right on.

 

Thanks to Jim Mirra for offering that helpful hint!

 

Do you have a helpful tip or trick that you want your fellow CNY Tri members to know?  Email your ideas to newsletter <at> cnytriathlon.org and we may use your idea in an upcoming issue.  


CNY Tri on the Podium!

Podium 

 

Candace Searing

Du the Lakes

Green Lakes

1st in Age Group (50-54)

1:56:42  

  

Randy Hadzor

Du the Lakes

Green Lakes

3rd Overall

1:30:05

 

AND

 

Tour de Syracuse Road Race

Cat 3

1st Overall

2:22:25


Member Profile

Name:  Chris DeBottis

Tell us about yourself.  

I was born and raised in Camillus and have lived in Marcellus since 1993.  I am married and my husband Mike is my best friend and number one supporter.  We live with two dogs and four cats just outside the village which makes it very convenient to just walk out the door and go x-c skiing, fishing, hiking, running and biking – all without having to drive somewhere.  In June of 2010, we figuratively cut the TV cord when the signal went from analog to digital, and I can say that I really don’t miss it because I find time to do other things. When I am not home, I can either be found at the local library or the gym. 

 

 


Besides swimming, biking, and running, I like to x-c ski, snowshoe, and hike.  I worked in the Telecom industry in the accounting/finance department since 1999 and have been fortunate to work for two small local companies, the first of which went bankrupt in 2008.  I couldn’t have picked better people to work for and feel fortunate that I love what I do.
 

  

How long have you been involved in Triathlon and what made you take it up?  

I am a newbie and decided to give triathlon a try in 2010 when I registered for my first event, Iron Girl.  I am not one who likes to go outside of my comfort zone, but in recent years I have tried to push my limits.  In September of 2004, I took a big step out of my comfort zone to hike and camp at the bottom of the Grand Canyon.  I had to overcome my anxiety of flying, leaving my animals in the care of others and face my fear of heights while hiking down the Kaibab trail.  Hiking the canyon was something I never dreamed I would ever be able to physically do, and it was an experience that would help me physically and psychologically in the coming months. 


Less than 6 weeks after my Grand Canyon hike, a co-worker spotted a lump on my neck. A few weeks later, I was undergoing tests for not just one lump, but three.  I had cysts in three different areas of my body; I would spend the next month undergoing diagnostic tests to determine if the cysts were benign or malignant. I went to all of my appointments alone. To keep my nerves from overwhelming me when I was lying on the table being scanned, I brought myself back to the canyon and all that it meant to me.  Nine days before Christmas, I got the preliminary diagnosis of Papillary thyroid cancer and on Jan 10th 2005 I had surgery.  I knew that hiking the canyon had been part of the grand plan all along in that it helped me to believe in myself.  So began the journey that brought me to where I am today.

 

 

Who is your Hero? 

Anyone who has faced adversity in their life and has made a difference in the world is a hero in my eyes.  Tragedy struck me when my dad was diagnosed with colon cancer in 1976. He died two years later when I was twenty-one.  I know first hand how life-changing events can make or break an individual and/or their family.  In 2005 I attended the Marcellus Relay For Life event in Marcellus Park and had the opportunity to meet a real hero, Dick Schaffer of Skaneateles.  When I met Dick, he was preparing to ride cross-country with Lance Armstrong on the Bristol-Myers Tour of Hope team.  Dick had been diagnosed with esophageal cancer and spent many months away from his home and family while he was receiving treatment at MD Anderson Hospital.  Dick had been an avid triathlete and was one of those individuals whom everybody loved.  He completed the cross-country bike ride, but sadly his cancer returned and he lost the hardest battle he ever faced.  He touched my life more than anyone I have ever met, and even today, I get teary eyed when I think of what an incredible individual he was and how many lives he touched. 


My second hero is Michael McBride, he was the son of my former co-worker Aimee.  Michael was diagnosed with Wilms Tumor on Jan 19, 2010 at the very young age of four and endured more than any individual should ever have to go through in a lifetime.  Sadly on June 13th 2011, Michael earned his angel wings at home with the family he loved so much and his beloved dog Bo.  As we approach the first year of Michael’s passing, I reflect on how unfair life can be and on the pain and suffering his mom, dad and brother face each day with his loss.  When I find myself feeling like I cannot go on I think of Michael and the courage and strength he possessed in the short time he had here on Earth. His memory gives me the strength to carry on.

 

What is your athletic background?

I have absolutely no athletic background and in fact just the opposite.  My father was a graduate of Syracuse University and was one of their best boxers when the university had a boxing team.  My dad’s brother was a renowned athlete at North High and my maternal grandfather was a semi-professional baseball player, but I did not inherit any of their athleticism. 

 

Growing up in the 60’s taking gym class was not an activity that I looked forward to.  The girls were required to wear hideous one-piece outfits and there was never a size small enough to fit me.  When it came time to choose team,s I was always the second to the last one to be picked, and rightfully so.   We were required to take the president’s physical fitness test and I flunked every single time.  Looking back, if there had been someone with a hand outstretched willing to help me I would have grasped wholeheartedly but there wasn’t. 


Once I was out of school I played city rec softball and volleyball for many years and enjoyed mountain biking and off road motorcycle riding, but that was about the extent of my athletic abilities.

 

What are your Triathlon strengths and weaknesses?

I don’t consider myself strong in any of one of the legs of a triathlon.  Since I have to choose one, I would say my swimming in open water is the one that I struggle with the most.  I am fine swimming in a pool and I enjoy swimming because it is the one sport that I find gives me physical and emotional peace.  Get me in the open water and it’s like I forget how to swim.  When I first started open water swimming, I attended the CNY Tri Wednesday night training at Oneida Shores.  Kristin and Andy were my best supporters and offered advice when I asked, which was quite often.  Each week as I exited the water I would ask, “what was my time” and every week I made up time from the prior week. By the time the season ended, I was comfortable and made a great improvement since my first week in the water. 


Now as we approach the first open water swim at Gillie Lake, I know I will be challenged again as I enter the water for the first time, hope that I can get into a relaxed state, and remember what comes natural to me in the pool.
 

 

What was your first triathlon and what do you remember most? 

Iron Girl 2010 was my first race. As a novice, this was a great choice because it was relatively easy.  I would not have been able to complete Iron Girl had it not been for the CNY Tri and the Wednesday night training series.  Kristin and Andy were so instrumental in building my confidence and helping me along the way, along with the other participants.  My biggest obstacle is one of the most important ones, that of nutrition.  I am not hungry first thing in the morning, so I did my best to get up early enough have some coffee, Greek yogurt, strawberries and a banana. 

 

I was in the first wave. Even though there were women walking faster than I was swimming, I stayed the course and swam the whole leg.  I rode my husband’s 1980’s Specialized Sequoia touring bike, which was heavy and way too big for me.  I finished the bike ride in just about an hour. I had set a goal of 2:00 – 2:15 and as I looked at my watch halfway into the run, I knew I had a shot at 2 hours. I finished in just less than 2 hours, so I was very pleased. 

 

What I remember most about this race was after the ceremonies and many of the participants and spectators had left, I heard the announcer call out that there was one more finisher coming in.  We all ran to the finish chute to see an individual come in long after everyone else had finished, but you would never know it by the roar of the crowd and the smile on her face.  That is the memory that I take from my first race and one I will never forget.

 

What is your favorite race and why? 

Skinneyman was my favorite race for many reasons, one being that it is so close to home for me.  What is not to like about Skaneateles Lake? It is one of the finest jewels in Central NY.  In the summer of 2010, being a member of the Skaneateles Community Center, I was able to swim in the public swim area as a member. I would spend about three days a week swimming there just to get the practice and to feel more comfortable.  There were some Friday nights when there was nowhere I would rather be than in the calm water watching the sunset.  I first rode the Skinneyman course with Kristen and Andy on a group ride, and it ended up just being the three of us.  Andy was great in staying back with me. He also helped me learn when and how to shift gears to my best advantage.


The race was very well organized and it was only my second race, and just a few weeks after Iron Girl.  I chose to go off in the novice wave and thought it was great to see the scuba divers out there under the buoys making sure everyone was safe.  The ride and the run were uneventful. I finished a little longer than I had hoped for but I was happy and enjoyed every minute of it.  The best part was all the wonderful food at the end and seeing all my friends who had finished before me.

 

What was your worst race and why?   

After Iron Girl and Skinneyman I decided to do DeRuyter Lake at the end of September.  I don’t know what I was thinking, because I really was not prepared.  It was a beautiful, sunny and relatively warm morning. I tried to get some food down, but the most I could manage was some coffee and yogurt.  When it came time to sign in I was assigned my number of 13!  I tried to slough it off and not feel a little unnerved. 

 

Got my wetsuit on and got in the water and it did not feel bad for late September, 70 degrees.  But when my wave started and I put my face in the water, I could not get over how cold it felt and no matter how I tried, I could not get my breathing under control.  So I did most of the swim on my back and on my side, and it took me forever. 

 

When I came out of the water I was disoriented, dizzy, and wondered how I was ever going to ride.  I took my time transitioning , ate a banana, hopped on the bike and hoped for the best.  The bike portion is a two-loop ride around the lake. The road had been recently tarred and stoned near the start/finish line.  I completed the first loop and was about a third of the way on the second loop when my rear tire flatted.  I thought about fixing it for about 60 seconds and decided I had enough and was walking my bike back, when someone who already finished stopped to ask if I was okay. 

 

He prepared to fix my flat. When we tried to put on the spare tube, he realized it would not fit.  The tube I had was a replacement for my husband’s Specialized and the valve stem was too short for my new bike.  He took a tube out of his bag and had me back together quicker than you could blink an eye.  I asked his name and he said he was Jeremy and that at least now I had a chance to finish. 

 

I was the last one off the bike and being a slow runner there was no way I could catch up to the individuals ahead of me.  But finish I did, in last place, to the cheers and support of the spectators, including Kristin and Andy who had been there for me from the beginning.  I looked around at the end to see if I could spot Jeremy and let him know I did finish, but he was nowhere to be found. 

 

Fast forward a few months to an event at Syracuse Bicycle when I was talking to Ginny Burton. I told her of my DeRuyter Lake experience, and how I was able to finish because of an individual named Jeremy.  Well Jeremy turned out to be Ginny Burton’s son, and I was able to finally thank him in person that night for his generosity.

 

What are this year’s goals?  

My goals this year are pretty simple and straightforward, recover!  In the fall and winter of 2010, I suffered from Achilles issues and had to take a few months off to heal, so in April of 2011 I was excited to get back on track and train.  One of my goals was to become a better runner, so in May 2011 I joined Kevin Collin’s Y running group.  Within just a matter of four or five weeks I had my fastest 5K at Paige’s Butterfly Run and was excited! I was finally seeing my hard work pay off. 

 

During that time I had an injury that I thought was a quad strain but in the months to come I would realize it was far more serious.  On June 26th of last year I felt good and went out for an 18-mile bike ride followed by a 20 minute run and felt great, no pain at all.  All that changed by the morning when I could not put any pressure on my right leg.  My PT suggested I may have a stress fracture in my femur and so began the emotional rollercoaster of the months to follow.  In mid Aug an MRI confirmed that I had a femoral stress fracture.  I was handed crutches and told I could not do anything for two months, and by the end of December, I should be able to resume running. 

 

December turned into January and then February, and I still had pain.  The only thing I could do was walk. I was told, “to walk the hell out of it” 5 days a week for 45 minutes at a time.  So all through the fall, winter, and spring that is what I did.  Back in May, I signed up for Wineglass Half Marathon which was Oct 2nd.  I decided to see if I could walk it and worst case scenario, would quit if my leg bothered me.  I am happy to say I crossed that finish line in just over 3 hr. 10 min and felt on top of the world!   

 

 

Whenever I tried to progress to the next steps of aqua jogging and the elliptical machine, the pain intensified and I would be set back a few weeks.  But at least I could still swim, that was until Thanksgiving when I developed rotator cuff and shoulder blade issues.  That is when the tears welled up and I started to feel sorry for myself.  But it only lasted a brief few minutes when I realized that this was not about feeling weak and helpless, but about overcoming the obstacles. 

 

This has and never was about the physical pain but rather the mental, emotional and psychological aspect of injury and recovery.  I could take what I have learned from this experience and can apply it to whatever difficulties I may face on the road ahead.  So triathlon is not just about the days you train and race, but it is also about applying what you have learned about yourself and others and put to use in everyday life situations. 


I am glad to say I started a couch to 5K program, and on March 31, I ran for the first time since June 2011!  It is a long process because I need two rest days between my run days. My femur needs to get acclimated to the stress of running and time to heal.  I will be walking/running Paige’s Butterfly Run and the following weekend I will be walking/running the Lake Placid Half Marathon.  And the best part – I am able to participate in the CNY Tri Wed night training series by doing either a bike ride or a run! I am so excited to be training at the newest location Gillie Lake!  Thanks to everyone who has supported and encouraged me through this past year!  It means more than my words can express!

 

In five years you hope to … 

Hard for me to believe that in five years I will be in another age group (60-64), and that as each year passes, I am going to need to keep moving more than ever.  Since this past year’s injuries and my cancer diagnosis in 2004, I have learned not look too far ahead, but to rather enjoy where I am today and hope that, God willing, whatever age related ailments may befall me, that I am still able to enjoy the things I love so much, and that I will still have the strength, stubbornness, and determination to propel myself forward whether I am walking, biking, swimming, xc skiing or snowshoeing.

 

Something most people don’t know about you:  

My previous profession was a draftsman before the days of CAD.  I worked for a tool designer in Skaneateles who designed plastic injection molds.  My job was to draw the injection molds that produced parts for Kodak, IBM, Avon and others.  Some of the items that we worked on were an Avon brush and a gun and ammo box for the GI Joe action figure.


About the CNY Tri Club

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The CNY Triathlon Club is a volunteer organization operated and led by members of the club and supported by its members and sponsors.

CNY Triathlon Club was formed in January 2000 to bring together people in the Central New York area to strengthen and advance the sport of triathlon, promote the educational pursuit of the triathlon and general physical fitness, represent the sport of triathlon within the community, and to publish and disseminate information related to the sport of triathlon.


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If any club member would like to contribute to our newsletter or help in editing and arranging it each month, contact me at newsletter <at> cnytriathlon.org  

 

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Friday, June 1st, 2012

CNY Tri Club Members

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Patrick Acee

Elizabeth Acee

Laura Ackerman

Michael Adelberg

Erika Adigun

Connor Agen

David Aitken

Kerri Aitken

Tracy Alberici

Vince Alberici

Edward Alberts

Kevin Alder

Rebecca Alder

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David Allen

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Kris Allen

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Jackson Andrews

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Deborah Armstrong

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Ted Ayoub

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Derek Bakay

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Eric Bansbach

Kelly Bargabos

Roxanne Barnaby

nancy barnum

Leslie Barrows

Len Barry

Joe Bartlett

Andrew Basner

Danielle Baye

Edelika Becker

Rebekah Beckwith

Lisa Beers

Michael Beers

Jessica Benedetto

Nicholas Benedetto

Gabriel Benedetto

AMY BENEDICT

Kristina Bennett

Patti Bennett

Shawna Bennett

Janel Benson

Christine Benton

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Elisabeth Berson

Jennifer Berthoff

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Lynne Bird

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Christine Black

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Katie Bombard

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Linda Bonczek

Daisy Bongiovanni

Susan Bonomo

Donna Boots

Rebecca Bostwick

Melissa Bottorff

Benjamin Boucher

Rachel Boucher

Andrea Bradley

Laura Bratt

Marilyn Bratt

Sarah Bratt

Leah Bratt

Julia Braunmueller

Erika Breckheimer

lisa brennan

jim brennan

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Sandra Brigandi

carley bright

cindy bright

erin bright

James Bright

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Lauren Brodey

mitchell brodey

wyny brodey

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Alexander Brown

Kim Brown

Michael Brown

Jennie Brown

Megan Brown

Alyssa Brown

Kirstan Brown

Jordan Bruna

Christopher Bruna

Michael Brych

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Suzanne Buck

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Kathleen Bump

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Karen Burke

Mandy Burkett

Annette Burns

Amy Burns

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Robert Burton

Ginny Burton

David Butera

Melissa Butler

Kris Butler

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Mary Byrnes

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sean callahan

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Katherine Cook

Edward Cook

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Kelly Covert

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Shawna Craigmile-Sciacca

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Matthew Craybas

Suzanne Craybas

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Tracy Cromp

Danielle Cross

Andrew Cunningham

Lynn Cunningham

Monique Cuyler

Sarah Dadey

Mark Dadey

Mitchel Dadey

Luke Dadey

Julia Dadey

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Andrew D’Agati

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Colleen Damato

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Mary Danieu

Tamara Danner

Trina Dattler

Cory Dauphin

Laurie Davis

Kelley Davis

Brantley Deaton

Chris DeBottis

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Karen DeCarlo

Lara DeCarlo

John DeKay

Jennifer Delaney

Karin DeLaney

Joel DeLaney

Renee Delvecchio

Jennifer Demaria

Benjamin Demaria

Donna Dennis

John Ders

Desalyn De-Souza

Diane Detrick

Roxanne Deyo

Melissa Dickens

Jonathan Dickens

Lynne DiGennaro

Tim DiGiulio

James DiGristina

Zachary Dineen

Pamela Dise

Michele Dobson

Steve Dolan

Joey Dolan

Krispin Dolbear

Lisa Dolbear

Mary Beth Domachowske

Pat Doner

Pat Doner

Mark Donnelly

Craig Donnelly

Miriam Donohue

Maura Donovan

Jeff Dorfman

Katie Doucette

Kelly Dougherty

Trina Douglas

Scott Douglas

Joshua Douglas

Lynn Douglas

Melissa Downs

Jodi Dowthwaite

Alexander (AJ) Dowthwaite

Henry Dowthwaite

Sheri Dozier

Lindy Drapikowski

Jeffrey Dugan

Trish Dugan

Christopher Dugan

Shane Dugan

Bridget Dugan

Liam Dugan

Cade Dugan

Lisa Duncanson

Angela Dunn

mark dwyer

Karen Dygert

Tanya Eastman

John Eckert

Dana Eells

Kathleen Effler

Steven Effler

Kate Egan

Mairead Egan

Sean Egan

Jackie Egle Capella

Christina El Bayadi

Deborah Emery

Riley Enders

Bryan English

Molly English-Bowers

Melissa Ennis

Karen Esposito

Suzanne Evans

John Evans

Sarah Evans

lisa farewell

Marie Farone

Colleen Farrell

Susan Faso

Linda Fazio

Christina Fazio

Karen Fehlman

kathleen ferguson

Tish Ferri

Tara Finnegan

Daniel Finnin

Cathy Fischer

Kelly Flaherty

Tania Flanagan

Joan Fleet

Maureen Fleming

Lisa Fletcher

Beth Foederer

Daniel Foody

Carolyn Foody

Daniel Foody

Mark Ford

Donna Forward

Jenny Fox

Joanna Fraley

Angela Francis

Lauri Francis

Kathleen Frawley

Katie Fry

Hans Fuller

Jennifer Fuller

Delaney Fuller

Jack Fuller

Andersen Fuller

Rene Gabriel

Tyler Gabriel

Jeffrey Gabriel

Mindy Lu Gaffney

Mary Gajewski

Mary Jo Galletta

John galletta

Emma Galletta

Julian Galletta

Anne Galloway

James Galloway

Cynthia Gambell

Dan Ganley

Richard Gardner

Nicole Garofalo

Michael Gasparek

Jodi Gasparek

Jennifer Gasparek

Matthew Gasparek

Taylor Gauthier

David Gauthier

Joshua Gauthier

Sierra Gauthier

Tina Gauthier

Sean Gavigan

Ken Geary

Tory Gentes

Lisa Geraci-Civiletto

Tanya Gesek

Katherine Gibas

Andrea Gibbens

Dana Gibbens

Maria Gigante-Baggett

Aimee Gill

Kelly Glashauser

Heidi Glovack

Carolina Goich

Michelle Goldych

Barbara Gonnella

diane goode

Dawn Gooley

Kelly Grace

Kelly Grace

Carolyn Grady

Francine Grannell

Janice Gray

Jill Greco

Charles Greco

Jayden Greco

Carsyn Greco

Caleb Greco

Sue Green

meg green

Lisa Greenia

Kristine Griffin

Michael Griffin

Chary Griffin

Tracie Griffin

Robert Groesbeck

Katie Grudzinski

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