A Total of $22,500 Raised for Childhood Cancer Lifeline of New Hampshire

By AlpineZone News |
Mar 19 2012 - 09:56 AM

Over $218,000 raised over the past 12 years at the Childhood Cancer Lifeline Weekend at Pats Peak

Henniker, NH, March 13, 2012 — Childhood Cancer Lifeline Weekend at Pats Peak, held February 25 & 26, 2012, raised a total of $22,500, insuring much needed support for NH families who have a child battling cancer.

The auction and dinner was a large portion of the money raised along with the generosity of the Pats Peak skier/riders that donated at the cashier locations through the donation request campaign. Visitors to The Peak, along with Peak employees, papered the lodges with well wishes, collectively donating over $6,500. Pats Peak provided a cash donation and also included the Childhood Cancer Lifeline in their March Online Only Specials for a total of a $2,800 donation.

The Childhood Cancer Lifeline thanks October Sons for their talent and commitment to families battling cancer all weekend, and for organizing and lining up other performers for Sunday’s “We Will, We Will ROCK Cancer”.

Sylvia Pelletier, President of the Childhood Cancer Lifeline of NH says: “This event helps us to meet very real, practical needs of families living with childhood cancer. It allows us to put gas in the cars of families making the trek to treatment, or to pay a bill while a parent is out of work to care for their child. We continue to be both tremendously grateful, and amazed, by the outpouring of generosity from the community, area businesses and staff at Pats Peak during this event each year. YOU all help to make this a success. You are truly a part of the “lifeline” we offer families.”

The Childhood Cancer Lifeline has a great group of board members, and volunteers who work very hard to organize this event. They would like to thank: Rita Blanchard, Karen Kana, Eren Martin, and Amy Patenaude for their assistance requesting donations, and to the Bryer, Gokey and Nash families for helping to run the auction event.

In addition to our very generous guests at our auction, we must thank the following individuals / business who provided an auction item or made a cash donation: In addition to our very generous guests at our auction, we must thank the following individuals / business who provided an auction item or made a cash donation: A Paw above the Rest, Abigail Batchelder, Achille Agway, Alapage, American K9 Country, Amoskeag Beverages, Amy Patenaude, Ann Gratton, Ann Tremblay, Apple Tree Fabrics, Ayer & Goss Fuels, Audrey Lassor, Bedford Fields, Bedford Village Inn, Bellman’s Jewelers, Bertie Holland, Boston Celtics, Boston Madison Garden Club, Bugabook Creek Restaurant, , Cam Sinclair, Carleton & Sally Auer, Cathy’s Kitchen, Celebrities for Charities, Inc, Central Paper Products, Cheers, Cheryl A Finn, Colonial Village Market, Company C, Contoocook Well Co, Country Inn and Suites, Country Spirit Restaurant, Covered Bridge Frame Shop, DA Bucci & Sons, Dana Musciano, Dawn Blanchard, Dianne Vosgien, Dimitri’s Pizza, Dunkin Donuts, Edmund’s Ace Hardware, Eileen’s Jewerly, Eli Merheb, Elizabeth Harrington, Ellen Chandler, Eren Martin, Exeter Jewelers, Fat Belly’s Grill & Bar, Frank Tansey, Frederick’s Pastries, Funspot, Gail Robinson, German John’s, Golf & Ski Warehouse, Grennon Trading Co., Gunstock Mountain Resort, Hair with a Flair/Deb Flanders, Hannaford, Harpoon Brewery, Harvest Market, Hellings Slope Side Restaurant, Henniker Crushed Stone, Henniker Farm & Country Store, Henniker Motors, Henniker Pharmacy, Henniker Veterinary Hospital, HR Clough / Autobath, James M Holland, DMD, Janis Forster, Jenn Settle, Jessie Marunowski, Jessie Wilmott, Jody Frasier, JulieAnn’s Florist & Gift Shop, June Butka, Just Be, JustBorn Crotchet, Katie Lajoie, Kelly Bonci, Kelly Schatz, Lindt Chocolate, Lisa Radermacher, Longhorn Restaurant, Luna Chics, Mad River Glen, Margaritas Restaurant, Maryanne English Betie, Meaghan Guanci, Michelle Weinstein, Mr Mac’s, Nancy Monk Rideout, Northeast Mobile Dental Company, Patrick Keane Patrick Gannon, Pats Peak, Piccola’s Italian Restaurant, Polkadots Gift Boutique PR Restaurants LLC, Preciphist, Preference Styling Salon, Quincy Pond Print Works, Raymond & Tamar Martin, Riverworks Jewelry, Robert & Jo Ellen Wright, Rusty’s General Store, Salon DeJour, Salon Peverly Hills, Sandra Martin, Saundra Konrad, Shaws, Ski VT, Soundtrack to Monday, Southern NH Alumni of Delta Delta Delta Sorority, Stafford, Gaudet & Assoc, Stockwell Physical Therapy, Stop & Shop, Survival Straps, Sweet Expressions, Target, T-Bones, Terry Ohlson-Martin, The Barley House, The Butterfly Place, The Common Man Restaurant, The Everyday Cafe, The Yard Restaurant, Toni & Jason Robbins, Totally Yours Salon & Spa, Tracey Hoover, Village Discount Center Will Auer, X Streme Stitch. Our sincere apologies if we missed anyone.


More about the Childhood Cancer Lifeline of NH:
The Childhood Cancer Lifeline of NH was founded in the fall of 1995 by a group of parents whose children had childhood cancer. Since their inception, they have been a strictly volunteer organization dedicated to addressing the practical and emotional needs of New Hampshire families dealing with pediatric cancer. Today, their volunteers have expanded to include family members, friends, and other caring individuals. The mission is to empower New Hampshire families who are coping with childhood cancer by providing knowledge, resources, assistance, and hope. The organization has twice won the Governors Award for Outstanding Volunteerism Efforts by a Statewide Group. You can find out more about the organization on their website: www.childhoodcancerlifeline.org .

More about PATS PEAK:
PATS PEAK is in its 49th consecutive ski and snowboard season under the Patenaude family ownership. PATS PEAK has 22 well-groomed trails for all abilities, 7 gladed areas, 3 terrain parks, a snowtubing park, 10 high-capacity lifts, 100 percent snowmaking and some of the most challenging skiing in Southern New Hampshire.

PATS PEAK has a Weekday Learn to Ski and Ride Program for more than 8,000 kids from over 100 local schools and a Weekend Learn to Ski and Ride Program for adults and children, on either Saturday or Sunday for seven consecutive weeks. There are more than 70 Adult/Corporate Racing teams in the Adult/Corporate Racing League. Many adults participate in the weekday Adult Ski & Snowboard Clinics, with half-day instruction, for all ability levels. PATS PEAK has 100% of its trails and slopes lit for night skiing/riding and is one of the state’s most accessible learn-to-ski-and-snowboard mountains, with three separate beginner areas.

During the “Other Season of Pats Peak”, Pats Peak Banquet Center is the perfect location for wedding receptions, parties, company meetings, company outings, or any social gathering!

PATS PEAK is located in Henniker, NH, just twenty minutes from Concord, forty minutes from Manchester, and ninety minutes from Boston. The latest information, snow conditions, photos and events are available at www.patspeak.com or call 1-888-PATS PEAK (1-888-728-7732).

PATS PEAK can be reached:
– By telephone at 603-428-3245
– By fax at 603-428-7821
– 24-hour snow conditions at 1-888-PATS-PEAK (728-7732)
– Online at www.patspeak.com