The 2010 Colon Cancer Challenge start line in Central Park, NY. Our Al Ferro stands at far right.
Al and a bevy of beauties at the start line. It's a rough life!
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The Rotary Club of the Bronx has instituted a new committee which is involved with raising awareness and funds for specific health issues.

The first initiative was the Club's participation in the "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer" walk at Orchard Beach in the Bronx on October 17, 2009. A team of 8 represented the Club at the walk and the Club collectively met our goal of raising $1,000. All the funds raised in the Bronx at this walk, stay in the Bronx to assist those fighting and surviving breast cancer.

Initiatives planned for the future include the Colon Cancer Challenge walk in Central Park, with a team leader Albert Ferro and the Find a Cure walk for cystic fibrosis, with team leader Rev. Susan Chadwick.



The Boy Scouts lend their support to the Colon Cancer Challenge.

The Boy Scouts lend their support to the Colon Cancer Challenge.team_Wilma

The Boy Scouts lend their support to the Colon Cancer Challenge.thousands walk

Thousands of people walked to support colo-rectal cancer research.


The Bronx Rotary Club team came out for the 2009 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk at Orchard Beach in spite of the cold, wet weather. Pictured above (l. to r.) are: team leader Marguerite Chadwick-Juner, Bruce Wallace, Ed Hicks, survivor Nancy Wallace and Dr. Jonathan Kazdan. Not pictured, but present were, President Cheryl Simmons-Oliver and Igina DeMichele and her daughter Sarah.



Radio personalities warm up the crowd at Rye Playland for the 2010 Cystic Fibrosis Great Strides for the Cure Walk.


Rotarians Rev. Sue Chadwick and Marguerite Chadwick-Juner represented the Bronx Club at the 2010 Great Strides walk.