Spin for Kids 2021 Wrap Up
By Andy Sharry
We didn’t plan to host an event this year, but somehow we all pulled it together and created a unique and special event to bridge the gap between 2020 and 2022. The goal was a modest $3,000, and due to the kindness and generosity of our riders and community, we raised $13,200! That puts us at $120,000 raised in 4 years of Spin for Kids at Worcester Fitness.
Big Thanks to our Spin Virtually and Spin Your Way People:
- Marianne Dodakian-Calvalieri
- Gordie Lockbaum
- Kristin Marengo
- Joseph and Jayne Andrews
- Kara Spaulding
- Erin Fitzgerald
- Kerry Mulcahy
- Mike & Danielle Sikonski
- Amie Sullivan
- Amy Wagstaff
- Maura Meehan
- Debbie Wisuri
Big thanks to our dedicated & generous spin leaders:
- Tracy Riley
- Christian Squatritio
Big thanks to the wonderful organizers & host:
- Rebecca Kuczarski
- Robyn Fair
- Andrea, Tim and Linc MacDonald
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