Congratulations to the 2018 Row for Hope team who was honored by Camp Good Days as recipients of the Teddi Award. The Teddi Award is one of the highest honors bestowed by CGD to those who have gone above and beyond in the past year in fulfilling the CGD mission to improve the quality of life of those touched by cancer.
Despite the boat submerging in Oneida Lake, the rowers fulfilled their goal of rowing the length of the Erie Canal in eight days. They raised more than $30,000 for CGD while bringing awareness to those with cancer. In addition, they have all spent several days at CGD doing volunteer work.
Pictured above left to right: Rhett Crooks, ’19 Owen Baird, ’20, Jacob Penna, ’20, Paddy Grace, ’21, Gage Gardinier, ’20, and Patrick Mayo, ’19. Not pictured: Bryan Sanchez, ’20