Donate Now to Save the Bay and Win a Chance to another Worthy Charity of YOU Choose!
A chance to do something good for our RI bay AND charity of YOUR choice. Swim is August 6. Books close the day before. Don't procrastinate!
Do it for a good cause or just for fun. Any amount is appreciated. I have started us off at $100 but please don't let this limit you; any amount is appreciated. I will be honest and tell you my first word after the swim is WHO WON?
I am sure most of you know the drill but here is a refresher.
To participate in my annual donation just click on DONATE NOW.
Then send me an email (CdrJimparham@hotmail.com) and predict my time. If you come closest to predicting my time, I double your donation to a charity of your choice and award YOU the fund-raising prize which has usually beenTier 5: http://swim.savebay.org/site/TR?sid=1040&pg=informational&fr_id=1110
*If you have any questions or want to bet/donate by mail, email or call 256-4581232. Leave a vm and best time to call back. Would love to hear from you! NO--I will not provide "insider information"; as always, I will be swimming to the fastest time submitted.
Refresher on the drill:
HOW DO YOU PREDICT? I have done the 2-mile swim 16 times, in minutes (converted to decimal:
If you want to get more technical in the prediction, see specifif times and graph below. If you predict the same as somebody else, highest donor wins. In event donations are the same, whoever has donated and predicted first will be awarded the prize. Good Luck! May the best Predictor win!
Prediction Winners over the years listed below. There are many worthy charities in addition to Save The Bay.
You can see that in past winner choices. The genrosity of these good folks is obvious from the below. And yes there are several who have won twice.
When that happens we match the donation of the second place predictor.
Dave Magill- Doctors without Borders
Mike Parker— Presumpscot Regional Land Trust Maine
Dave Magill Doctors without Borders
Tim Erickson Team in Training for Leukemia/Lymphoma)
Linda Adam-Hall: Habitat for Humanity
Bill Farrell: San Miguel School of Providence, a private, independent Lasallian middle school and Rhode Island Community Food Bank
John Neel:Georgia State Foundation for worthy students
Bob Laske: Norman Bird Sanctuary & Newport Boys and Girls Club in honor of Dave Leys; Kayak to Newport YMCA.
Bob Watts: Rose Island Light House
Bill Johnson: YMCA Camp Hi Rock Mt. Washington MA
Pete Marnane: Juvenile Diabetes Research Association
Bill Johnson: Delaware Humane Society
Barry Murphy: Marine Corps Semper Fi
George Milner:Southern Mountain in Support of Foster Children
Bob Varley: Coosa River Keeper
Dennis Davis: Gadsden Habitat for Humanity
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