100117 Sunday “Rest Day”

Tony enjoying his post-WOD dog therapy with Hoka and Lloyd.

Rest Day

****It is not too late to register for Heartstrings. Please contact Shanna or go to theHeartstrings website toget yourself registered for a team!If you are unable to register for a team or participate that day, please consider sponsoring a CFA team member. Every dollar amount no matter how large or small will make a difference! Thank you to all of those that have donated thus far. ****

One thought on “100117 Sunday “Rest Day”

  1. miriam

    Shanna, Corey and all CFAers, THANK YOU so much for your support of Project Access, a philanthropic network of 650+ volunteer physicians providing free care to low income uninsured people in Buncombe County. https://www.bcmsonline.org/pa/pp/

    Money raised does NOT go to the volunteer physicians and their staff who provide this free care out of their offices. It goes to pay for things the patients can’t afford, such as medications, durable medical equipment like prostheses, wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, etc, case management services, and interpreter services for those who are deaf and need ASL interpretation or for those who do not speak English as a primary language (we have interpreters in 14 languages at the ready to help).

    Project Access served 3,500 patients last year valued at $14 million. PA was born in Buncombe County 14 years ago, has won national awards, and has been replicated across the country. PAs now exist from Anchorage to Palm Beach and everywhere in between. See http://www.physiciansinnovation.org/about/communities.php for a complete list of PA communities that grew out of Buncombe’s program.

    I am looking forward to seeing the Asheville Police Department and the Sheriff’s Department do burpees.

    BTW, CFA now has the largest team–we’ve exceeded the Police Dept, who has signed up 23 officers. You rock.

    With great appreciation, Miriam

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