Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Savannah

Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Savannah

Rock ‘n’ Roll Your Way Through Savanah with Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund!

Join Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund as we take to the charming streets of Savannah on Saturday, November 6, 2016 for the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon, Half Marathon and 2-Person Half Marathon Relay, in support of the men and families of the 75th Ranger Regiment. With live bands, cheer teams and high-energy volunteer groups along the streets, you will have fun while you run for a great cause!

To join Team Army Ranger:

  • All runners must commit to a minimum fundraising requirement of $350 for the Marathon and Half Marathon and $700 for the 2-person Half Marathon.
  • All Team Army Ranger runners will be supported with racing gear including performance running shirt, race-day pinney, visor and gear bag.

Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund is an active duty, casualty assistance, recovery and transition organization whose mission is to provide ongoing support and financial assistance to the men and families of the elite Special Operations 75th Ranger Regiment, beyond what the government and VA can offer. All funds raised will go directly into our Ranger Assistance Programs.

For more information about Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund

visit www.leadthewayfund.org and follow us on our Ranger Lead The Way Fund

page on Facebook!

Team Army Ranger Lake Placid Wins the Championship!

Team Army Ranger Lake Placid Wins the Championship!

After an incredible week in beautiful Lake Placid New York, Team Army Ranger Lake Placid wins the championship with an 8-6 victory in honor of Jimmy Regan! Congrats to this all-star line up.

We can’t thank everyone enough who came out and played and supported Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund this past week!

If you would still like to support the two teams that played in the Lake Placid Lacrosse Summit on behalf of Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund, click on the links below!

www.crowdrise.com/TeamArmyRangerLakePlacid

Sam Bonafede, Brendan Caputo, Matty Carrello, Sean Cerrone, Deemer Class, Brendan DeTommaso, Brian Dunne, Mike Ehrhardt, Brendan Fowler, Jack Fowler, Danny Fowler, Jeff Froccaro, Jake Froccaro, Joey Froccaro, Kevin Glueckert, Matty Graham, Jimmy Haugen, Matt Kavanagh, Ryan Lukacovic, Tommy Lukacovic, Sean Mahon, Dan Marino, Timmy Muller, Anthony Ostrander, Brian Pratt, Joe Reilly, Mike Romano, Walter Rooney, Shane Thornton, Paul Urbank, John Urbank and Tommy Zenker.

www.crowdrise.com/LakePlacidSummitClassic

Matthew Chmil, Sean Cunningham, Joseph deLyra, Dominic Doria, Ryan Feldmann, Shayne Gallagher, Jack Giovannetti, Campbell Goulet, Colin Hamer, Brendan Krebs, Christian Kuhn, Jack Lukacovic, PJ McManus, Joseph Mooney, Connor Norton, Luke Pacher, Kellen Paradine, Timmy Phillips, Michael Procaccino, Jack Silverman, Owen White

Team Lead The Way 

The All-Star line-up of Major League Lacrosse Alumni Playing on Team Lead The Way during the first-ever MLL Alumni Game on Friday, August 5th at 6pm.
Sol Bliss (Rochester Rattlers), Damien Davis (Chicago Macgine), Harold Drumm (Bridgeport Barrage), Michael Gabel (Chicago Machine), John Gagliardi (Long Island Lizards), Gary Gait (Baltimore Bayhawks), Timothy Goettelmann (Long Island Lizards), Jamie Hanford (Baltimore Bayhawks), Jon Hess (New Jersey Pride), Chris Massey (Long Island Lizards), Ryan Mollett (Rochester Rattlers), Chris Passavia (Rochester Rattlers), Mike Regan (Boston Cannons), Brent Rothfuss (Rochester Rattlers), Josh Sims (Baltimore Bayhawks), Vin Sombrotto (Long Island Lizards), Tim Soudan(Rochester Rattlers), Matthew Striebel (Philadelphia Barrage), Regy Thorpe (Rochester Rattlers), and Nate Watkins (Denver Outaws). The alternate/Coach for Team Lead the Way is David Jenkins.  
 
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We are thrilled to announce that Lake Placid Summit Classic Lacrosse Tournament has selected Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund as one of two charity beneficiaries.

The Lake Placid Summit Classic was established in 1990 with the idea of playing lacrosse in a beautiful place. In year one the event comprised of 7 teams with play over two days. 2016 marks the 27th year of the event and over 7 days, over 250 teams broken out by 18 different divisions, will come to Lake Placid to compete. Boys, girls, men and women all participate and ages range from 15 to 60+. The LPSC is a celebration of lacrosse and camaraderie.

An exciting addition this year will be the first-ever Major League Lacrosse Legends Alumni Game which will take place on Friday, August 5th at 5pm. The game will be broadcast on LAX Sports Network.

Click link below to read more about the Lake Placid Summit!

http://www.lakeplacidlax.com/news_article/show/658067?referrer_id=233783

TOBAY Triathlon 2016

TOBAY Triathlon 2016

Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund will again have slots again at the TOBAY Triathlon on Sunday, August 28, 2016. The slots are available a discounted price of $65 per slot.

When: Sunday, August 28, 2016

Where: Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park, Oyster Bay, New York

Swim: 1/2 mile in calm Oyster Bay Harbor
Bike: 15 kilometers (one loop), over hill & dale, through beautiful Oyster Bay, Laurel Hollow, and Cove Neck. Fairly hilly but with a 2.9 mile downhill to the finish!!
Run: 5 kilometers through Mill Neck & Brookville, “up” to Planting Fields Arboretum & back “down” to Roosevelt Park.

Racing Requirements

To be considered for a slot on Team Army Ranger please email your indication of interest to racing@leadthewayfund.org.

* Please note that in order to qualify for a Lead The Way Fund slot each contestant is asked to raise $500. We will discuss multi-race participants on an individual basis.

** Each entrant will receive a LTWF gear bag including a LTWF visor and a LTWF light-weight running top and racing pinney.

We look forward to your participation and we thank you for the support!

Rangers Lead The Way!

Duke Lax Military Appreciation Game

On Saturday March 26, the Duke Men’s Lacrosse Team will take to the field against Syracuse, once again, in honor of Jimmy Regan and Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund during their Military Appreciation Game.

More information to follow.

2016 Army Ten-Miler

Dear Friends and Supporters of Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund,

We are pleased to announce that, through the Army Ten-Miler Military Community Partner Program, we have again been able to secure slots at the Army Ten-Miler on Sunday, October 9, 2016 at the Pentagon, Arlington, VA.

Throughout the race, Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund will have a tent in the HOOAH Tent zone to further raise awareness for the work we do on behalf of our elite Special Operations U.S. Army Rangers and their families.

Racing Requirements:

* In order to qualify for a slot each participant will be required to meet a minimum fundraising goal of $750. Should you not make your fundraising minimum you will be personally responsible for the difference. 

*Each racer will be responsible for the $65 race entry fee. Race fee can be donated as part of your fundraising effort.

*Each fundraiser will be supported with Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund racing gear including a light-weight performance running shirt, racing pinney, gear bag and visor.

*Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund will be hosting a pre-race dinner for all of our runners on Saturday night, October 8th at a location TBD.

Please email racing@leadthewayfund.org with interest. All slots will be filled on a first come basis.

We look forward to your participation and we thank you for your continued support.

2016 TCS NYC Marathon

Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund is excited to announce that, through the generosity of the New York Road Runners, we have secured charity slots again for the 2016 TCS NYC Marathon on Sunday, November 6th.

*Team Army Ranger runners must commit to the minimum fundraising requirement of $3,000.

*Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund will be hosting a pre-race pasta dinner the night before for all of our runners.

*All Team Army Ranger runners will receive Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund running gear including a training shirt, race day pinney, visor and Lead The Way Fund backpack.

All donations go directly into our Ranger Assistance Programs in support of the men and families of the 75th Ranger Regiment.

Please email racing@leadthewayfund.org for more information in securing a slot.

Thank you for your support!

Rangers Lead The Way

“Regs Rock” Lacrosse Day for Heroes

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Spring is almost in the air which means it’s time for Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund’s Annual “Regs Rock” Lacrosse Day for Heroes fundraising event. This year’s event will take place on Saturday, April 9, 2016 at Manhasset High School in Manhasset, NY.

“Regs Rock” Lacrosse Day For Heroes is a 2-game shootout between two of the country’s best high school lacrosse teams, the Chaminade Flyers and the Manhasset Indians. GATES OPEN AT 12:30PM.

The day pays tribute to our Hero, Sgt. James J. Regan, and all the brave soldiers who have given their lives for our country and our freedom!

We are also very excited that Sergeant First Class (Ret) Cory Remsburg, who was severely wounded in 2009 and has made heroic strides with his recovery and rehabilitation, will be in attendance for this special day.

No advanced ticket sales and all seating is first come first serve. This event takes place RAIN or SHINE!

Suggested donation to Lead The Way Fund for Adults 18 yrs & Older:  $10.00  

Schedule of Events:

12:30 PM:        Gates open (main parking lot at Manhasset High School)

1:00  PM:         Chaminade Flyers Freshman Game vs TBD

3:30 PM           Manhasset Indians vs. Chaminade Flyers Junior Varsity Game

6:00 PM:          Manhasset Indians vs. Chaminade Flyers Varsity Game

Directions:      Parking for Manhasset Stadium is located at Manhasset High School, 200 Memorial Place, Manhasset, NY 11030 Google Map).  Additional parking is available at the parking lots of the Manhasset Park District to the east side of the Manhasset campus. . Main entrance to the stadium located rear of Manhasset High School.

 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO YOUR PARTICIPATION AT THE 2016 LEAD THE WAY LACROSSE DAY FOR HEROES.


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