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Run Jane Run

2016, 28th annual run,jane,run
run,jane,run supports the Women’s Recovery Center, a non-profit drug and alcohol addiction clinic for women.

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The 28th annual run,jane,run was a huge success thanks to the dedication and work of the Golf Committee.  Many of these committee members have been involved and leading these efforts for 26 years.  The committee is co-chaired by Barbara Kaminsky, Carol Grubb and Angie Mastantuono  and committee members Deb Hennessy, Karen Janes, Kathy McGrath, Dr. Cynthia Petroff, Darlene Piatak and Amanda Primozic.

Coppertop at Cherokee Hills served as the venue for the 28th annual competition.  With the support of our corporate sponsors, the Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board of Cuyahoga County; Charles Schwab; Dr. Cynthia Petroff; Hietala Lawn Maintenance; item North America; The Huntington National Bank; KeyBanc Capital MarketsNature’s Bin; Redwood Toxicology; Resources Global Professionals; Strategy Design Partners; Tucker Ellis LLP; and Willis Towers Watson, the women’s golf tournament is an example of women competing and having fun, as well as recognizing their contribution to Treating Addiction…Liberating Lives.

During the Award Ceremony, Rochelle, a former client of the Women’s Recovery Center, shared her story from active heroin addiction to eventually regaining her life, her children and her family. Rochelle attended the June 8th graduation celebration.  When she walked to the podium to pick-up her certificate, her daughters were clapping and cheering for her.  Her comments offered a resounding example of hope and understanding that Recovery is Possible.

Congratulations to the Charles Schwab foursome for their repeat win in Flight I.  The foursome includes Jodi Kest, Jenny King, Kim Merrill and Karen Janes.  Flight II was won by the Party-eers which includes Bev Jones, Jean Bonko, Karen Powell and Lynn Mohl.  The winners of Flight III is the Willis Towers Watson featuring Tara DeVore, Vice President of the Women’s Recover Center’s Board of Directors, Diane Nowak, Gwen Montgomery and Stacy Reid.

Joan Rosenthal, CEO of Marigold Catering donated a $1,000 catering package. The golf attendees were engaged in a lively auction to secure the catering package. The package sold for $950.00.

Thank you to the Golf Committee, event sponsors, participants and staff members to host a fun, competitive tournament that not only raises funds but awareness to offer comprehensive solutions for healing and recovery.
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View the 2016 Program Book here.

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Highlights of the 2015 run,jane,run Sports Festival

#221  First Place 5k Male winner with a barefoot finish through the sand.KeyBanc Capital Markets Foursomes and winner of Flight 2.The ADAMHS Board Foursome won the third flight.  Team members included Judge Pinkey Carr, Judy Jackson Watson, Deidra Benjamin and Stephanie Turner.IMG_0157#3  Rob Hanna crossing the finishing line won first place in his age category.#192  She traveled the furthest to compete in run,jane,run.  She was visiting her parents from Atlanta.

run,jane,run is a three-day sports festival supporting the Women’s Recovery Center, a non-profit drug and alcohol addiction clinic for women.