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MAF Needs Grid Girls

Friday, July 11, 2014


The Morgan Adams Foundation hosts a variety of fundraisers which raise money for pediatric cancer research and therapies throughout the year. We are in need of girls to help us with two of our biggest summer events.

The Race Against Kids' Cancer, High Plains Raceway, Byers, Colorado
The Morgan Adams Concours d'Elegance, Centennial Airport, Centennial, Colorado
Requirements
  • Must be 21+
  • Dress size 6 or below
  • Available to attend 2 of the 3 events
  • Friendly, well mannered, and awareness that they are representing a children's cancer foundation.
Perks:
  • An 8x10 high resolution photo for your portfolio
  • A personalized swag bag from each event
  • Meal at each event
  • Volunteer recommendations
  • Ride alongs in exhilarating automobiles (Lamborghini, Ferrari, Aston Martin, BMW, Lotus, Porsche, etc.)
  • Participants in high energy and exciting events that are helping to make a difference in the lives of kids with cancer.

If interested, please forward headshots and resumes to 


2014 5K Race Results

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Grace's Race was another HUGE success this year! Of course none of it would have been possible without our amazing volunteers, sponsors, donors, and OVER 600 REGISTERED RUNNERS! Thank you for helping to make Grace's dream a reality.   

GRACES'S RACE 5K RACE AWARDS:

5K RUN MALE 0 - 13:
    1  152 ELLIOTT STEINBERG                                  
    2  229 JAMES BRADY                                        
    3  698 IAN MCGRATH                                        

5K RUN FEMALE 0 - 13:
    1  410 ISABELA KRUECK                                     
    2  541 JILL GIRARDEAU                                     
    3  267 MAGGIE GOEGLEIN                                    

5K RUN MALE 14 - 18:
    1   88 ABREHAM ANDERSON                                   
    2  465 DAMIAN LANGDON                                     
    3  140 PAUL NICKNISH                                      

5K RUN FEMALE 14 - 18:
    1  530 TABOR SCHOLL                                       
    2   13 SAMI FISCHER                                       
    3   24 EMILY CUTTER                                       

5K RUN MALE 19 - 99:
    1  476 KEN SOULE                                          
    2   54 TYLER BICKERMAN                                    
    3  463 RYAN LANGDON                                       

5K RUN FEMALE 19 - 99:
    1  528 STEPHENIE SCHOLL                                   
    2  485 ANDREA COPLAND                                     
    3  492 ASHLEIGH MCKOWN

GRACE'S 5K RACE OVERALL RESULTS:

                                        GENDER                    
  OVERALL                            PLACE    DIVPLACE    
  PLACE  BIB NAME                      /TOTAL   /TOTAL   DIV     TIME  PACE
  ===== ==== ==================== = =======  =======  ======   ====== =====
      1  530 SCHOLL, TABOR                F   1/236    1/26   F14-18    18:15  5:53
      2   88 ANDERSON, ABREHAM    M   1/133    1/9    M14-18    18:21  5:55
      3  465 LANGDON, DAMIAN        M   2/133    2/9    M14-18    18:36  6:00
      4  476 SOULE, KEN                       M   3/133    1/86   M19-99    19:16  6:13
      5  152 STEINBERG, ELLIOTT       M   4/133    1/36   M00-13    21:17  6:51
      6  528 SCHOLL, STEPHENIE         F   2/236    1/140  F19-99    21:21  6:53
      7   54 BICKERMAN, TYLER         M   5/133    2/86   M19-99    22:09  7:08
      8  463 LANGDON, RYAN             M   6/133    3/86   M19-99    22:50  7:21
      9  410 KRUECK, ISABELA            F   3/236    1/69   F00-13    22:56  7:23
     10   13 FISCHER, SAMI                  F   4/236    2/26   F14-18    23:01  7:25
     11  696 SMITH, MARK                  M   7/133    4/86   M19-99    23:06  7:26
     12  480 DUDASCH, JOHN             M   8/133    5/86   M19-99    23:11  7:28
     13  565 GRALLA, JON                   M   9/133    6/86   M19-99    23:15  7:29
     14   24 CUTTER, EMILY                 F   5/236    3/26   F14-18    23:30  7:34
     15  431 MIGLIACCIO, CINDY                                                   23:31  7:34
     16  485 COPLAND, ANDREA        F   6/236    2/140  F19-99    23:37  7:36
     17  702 BONORA, MARC              M  10/133    7/86   M19-99    23:46  7:39
     18  492 MCKOWN, ASHLEIGH     F   7/236    3/140  F19-99    23:49  7:40
     19   10 GUSTAFSON, ANNIKA     F   8/236    4/26   F14-18    23:55  7:42
     20  593 MEYER, DAVID                 M  11/133    8/86   M19-99    23:59  7:43
     21  622 KONCZALSKI, BECKY    F   9/236    4/140  F19-99    24:07  7:46
     22  229 BRADY, JAMES                 M  12/133    2/36   M00-13    24:11  7:47
     23  698 MCGRATH, IAN                M  13/133    3/36   M00-13    24:12  7:48
     24  621 CALMEYN, STEPHANIE   F  10/236    5/140  F19-99    24:13  7:48
     25  211 BAILEY, GREG                  M  14/133    9/86   M19-99    24:24  7:52
     26  181 HARRIS, GABE                  M  15/133    4/36   M00-13    24:26  7:52
     27   97 GOODING, BRITTANY      F  11/236    6/140  F19-99    24:32  7:54
     28   56 CARVEY, JASON              M  16/133   10/86   M19-99    24:49  8:00
     29   55 LOBACK, NATE                M  17/133   11/86   M19-99    24:50  8:00
     30  140 NICKNISH, PAUL            M  18/133    3/9    M14-18    24:50  8:00
     31  601 EBERT, SEAN                   M  19/133   12/86   M19-99    25:05  8:05
     32  212 BAILEY, SARAH                F  12/236    7/140  F19-99    25:05  8:05
     33  427 BRICKLEY, JEN                                                              25:18  8:09
     34  358 ENGELMANN, JACK       M  20/133    4/9    M14-18    25:25  8:11
     35   84 DAVIES, DANIEL              M  21/133   13/86   M19-99    25:25  8:11
     36  598 EXCELL, JEAN                  F  13/236    8/140  F19-99    25:33  8:14
     37  458 STROEHER, JOHN           M  22/133   14/86   M19-99    25:38  8:15
     38  430 PLIMPTON, MARK                                                         25:41  8:16
     39  519 JACKSON, NANCY         F  14/236    9/140  F19-99    26:15  8:27
     40  459 STROEHER, SUSAN        F  15/236   10/140  F19-99    26:27  8:31
     41  195 THOMAS, BRIAN           M  23/133   15/86   M19-99    26:32  8:33
     42  552 SMITH, BETSY                F  16/236   11/140  F19-99    26:34  8:33
     43  113 STIERITZ, BRIAN          M  24/133    5/36   M00-13    26:36  8:34
     44  643 CROOKS, GRANT        M  25/133   16/86   M19-99    26:42  8:36
     45  425 STROHFUS, DAVE                                                        26:43  8:36
     46  310 HONEYFIELD, KATE    F  17/236    5/26   F14-18    26:45  8:37
     47  585 AMURA, CLAUDIA       F  18/236   12/140  F19-99    27:09  8:44
     48  265 GOEGLEIN, DARA        F  19/236   13/140  F19-99    27:12  8:46
     49  366 WIST, SUSAN               F  20/236   14/140  F19-99    27:12  8:46
     50  504 GARRIGAN, HEIDE      F  21/236   15/140  F19-99    27:13  8:46
     51  368 WIST, ABIGAIL            F  22/236    6/26   F14-18    27:17  8:47
     52  620 WELCH, ALEX             F  23/236   16/140  F19-99    27:18  8:47
     53   50 COSTANZA, ROCHELLE F  24/236   17/140  F19-99    27:21  8:49
     54  652 MCDANIEL, PAUL      M  26/133   17/86   M19-99    27:38  8:54
     55  697 GONZALES, CLIM      M  27/133   18/86   M19-99    27:39  8:54
     56  540 GIRARDEAU, SUSAN  F  25/236   18/140  F19-99    27:44  8:56
     57  541 GIRARDEAU, JILL        F  26/236    2/69   F00-13    27:44  8:56
     58  359 ENGELMANN, AIDAN M  28/133    6/36   M00-13    27:45  8:56
     59  267 GOEGLEIN, MAGGIE   F  27/236    3/69   F00-13    27:50  8:58
     60  369 WIST, HALLE                F  28/236    4/69   F00-13    27:50  8:58
     61  297 PHILLIPS, STEPHANIE F  29/236   19/140  F19-99    27:57  9:00
     62   99 MILLER, BRYAN           M  29/133   19/86   M19-99    28:06  9:03
     63   89 COWFER, BRITTANY    F  30/236    5/69   F00-13    28:09  9:04
     64   65 POOLE, ALLISON          F  31/236    6/69   F00-13    28:20  9:07
     65   63 POOLE, TERRI                F  32/236   20/140  F19-99    28:20  9:08
     66   60 LYONS, CHRIS             M  30/133   20/86   M19-99    28:25  9:09
     67  646 BENGFORD, TOM       M  31/133   21/86   M19-99    28:28  9:10
     68  549 HILLARD, BIF               F  33/236   21/140  F19-99    28:29  9:10
     69  578 MOGENSEN, JODIE     F  34/236    7/26   F14-18    28:44  9:15
     70    3 BOW, KIMBERLEE         F  35/236                     28:49  9:17
     71  636 MOUTON, AMBER       F  36/236    7/69   F00-13    28:52  9:18
     72  573 RAINEY, CLAIRE          F  37/236    8/69   F00-13    28:52  9:18
     73  575 MLCOCH, KATIE          F  38/236    9/69   F00-13    28:52  9:18
     74  471 SCHRADER, TANYA     F  39/236   22/140  F19-99    28:55  9:19
     75   64 POOLE, SAMANTHA     F  40/236    8/26   F14-18    29:04  9:22
     76   26 CUTTER, MOLLY           F  41/236    9/26   F14-18    29:04  9:22
     77  109 WILLIAMS-MAURER, SHE F  42/236   23/140  F19-99    29:05  9:22
     78    2 MAURER, MARISA         F  43/236   24/140  F19-99    29:05  9:22
     79  110 JEWELL, SHAILEY        F  44/236   25/140  F19-99    29:06  9:22
     80   85 DAVIES, KRISTINA       F  45/236   26/140  F19-99    29:22  9:28
     81  553 QUIETT, CHRISTIE       F  46/236   27/140  F19-99    29:24  9:28
     82  293 GRIESINGER, ANDREA  F  47/236   28/140  F19-99    29:26  9:29
     83  196 THOMAS, BROOKE      F  48/236   10/26   F14-18    29:28  9:29
     84  417 KIRCHNER2, COURTNEY                                         29:36  9:32
     85  139 NICKNISH, ROBERTA  F  49/236   29/140  F19-99    29:54  9:38
     86  117 KOLDENHOVEN, RACHEL F  50/236   10/69   F00-13    29:57  9:39
     87  633 CARNEY, DEBRA          F  51/236   30/140  F19-99    30:00  9:40
     88    7 ROSENDAHL, GREG     M  32/133   22/86   M19-99    30:01  9:40
     89    6 ROSENDAHL, LISA        F  52/236   31/140  F19-99    30:01  9:40
     90  490 AVIS, JACQUI               F  53/236   32/140  F19-99    30:03  9:40
     91  470 SCHRADER, MEG         F  54/236   33/140  F19-99    30:10  9:43
     92   86 CUDIAMAT, ALLEN    M  33/133   23/86   M19-99    30:15  9:44
     93  194 THOMAS, JILL             F  55/236   34/140  F19-99    30:17  9:45
     94  602 MCGRATH, JEN           F  56/236   35/140  F19-99    30:28  9:49
     95   80 SCHMIDT, TAMI           F  57/236   36/140  F19-99    30:32  9:50
     96  600 AKERMAN, ANDREA F  58/236   37/140  F19-99    30:35  9:51
     97  605 TAYLOR, JESS             F  59/236   38/140  F19-99    30:35  9:51
     98  527 KARICKHOFF, HUNTER M  34/133    5/9    M14-18    30:48  9:55
     99  641 QUIRICO, JILL             F  60/236   39/140  F19-99    30:58  9:58
    100  177 GOODALL, MEGAN   F  61/236   40/140  F19-99    31:13 10:03
    101  526 THORBURN, JACQUELINE F  62/236   41/140  F19-99    31:14 10:03
    102  396 HULET, ANN               F  63/236   11/69   F00-13    31:15 10:04
    103  506 GARRIGAN, FINN     M  35/133    7/36   M00-13    31:20 10:05
    104  462 STROEHER, BEN       M  36/133    8/36   M00-13    31:20 10:05
    105  568 HAINES, ZACH          M  37/133    9/36   M00-13    31:21 10:06
    106  631 NEWELL, JACKIE       F  64/236   42/140  F19-99    31:25 10:07
    107  516 LAWRENCE, ANNA   F  65/236   11/26   F14-18    31:37 10:11
    108  461 STROEHER, ANNA     F  66/236   12/69   F00-13    31:46 10:14
    109  495 HOUGLAND, CHASE M  38/133   24/86   M19-99    31:47 10:14
    110  428 BROWN, BRIDGET                                                     31:52 10:16
    111   72 HAUPTMAN, KEELEN F  67/236   43/140  F19-99    31:55 10:17
    112  604 FAULKNER, STEPHEN M  39/133   25/86   M19-99    31:59 10:18
    113  219 ODELL, JENN ODELL F  68/236   44/140  F19-99    32:03 10:19
    114  223 ODELL, TAYLOR       M  40/133   10/36   M00-13    32:03 10:19
    115  122 CROUSE, MATT         M  41/133   26/86   M19-99    32:08 10:21
    116  610 CROUSE, WHITNEY   F  69/236   45/140  F19-99    32:08 10:21
    117  494 MARANTO, JESSICA  F  70/236   46/140  F19-99    32:17 10:24
    118  479 DUDASCH, VICKI       F  71/236   47/140  F19-99    32:23 10:26
    119  667 JAKENBOSH, JENNIFER F  72/236   48/140  F19-99    32:32 10:29
    120  104 HILLES, STEPHANIE   F  73/236   49/140  F19-99    32:33 10:29
    121  588 BONARRIGO, LORENZO M  42/133   11/36   M00-13    32:34 10:29
    122  556 WILLIAMS, DREA       F  74/236   50/140  F19-99    32:40 10:31
    123  551 FORKAS, KELLY        F  75/236   51/140  F19-99    32:40 10:31
    124  555 SPENCE, MELISSA     F  76/236   52/140  F19-99    32:40 10:31
    125  240 DATTILO, ALEX        M  43/133   12/36   M00-13    32:46 10:33
    126  557 LAAHS, GINNY          F  77/236   53/140  F19-99    32:49 10:34
    127  607 MOONEY, MICHELE F  78/236   54/140  F19-99    32:55 10:36
    128  606 PERSONS, HOWARD M  44/133   27/86   M19-99    32:55 10:36
    129  114 MOORE, MARTA        F  79/236   13/69   F00-13    32:58 10:37
    130   87 LAMBERT, JULIE         F  80/236   14/69   F00-13    32:59 10:37
    131  220 ODELL, RYAN           M  45/133   28/86   M19-99    33:04 10:39
    132  222 ODELL, GRAHAM     M  46/133   13/36   M00-13    33:04 10:39
    133  221 ODELL, CONNER      M  47/133   14/36   M00-13    33:05 10:39
    134  571 KEATING, ELIZA        F  81/236   15/69   F00-13    33:06 10:40
    135  275 FOREMAN, NICK      M  48/133   15/36   M00-13    33:07 10:40
    136  505 GARRIGAN, GRANT  M  49/133   29/86   M19-99    33:07 10:40
    137   44 REIALND, CALI            F  82/236   16/69   F00-13    33:07 10:40
    138  272 DEBACKER, DAN      M  50/133   30/86   M19-99    33:11 10:41
    139  594 MEYER, JESSICA        F  83/236   55/140  F19-99    33:18 10:44
    140  570 SCHULTE, KIMBERLIE F  84/236   56/140  F19-99    33:21 10:44
    141  457 LANDERS, JUSTIN    M  51/133   31/86   M19-99    33:21 10:44
    142  120 HUNGER, PATRICK  M  52/133   32/86   M19-99    33:52 10:54
    143  231 BRADY, ADAM          M  53/133   16/36   M00-13    34:00 10:57
    144  230 BRADY, ELIZABETH  F  85/236   17/69   F00-13    34:00 10:57
    145   49 COSTANZA, NICK     M  54/133   33/86   M19-99    34:01 10:57
    146  491 HOUGLAND, SAM     M  55/133   34/86   M19-99    34:01 10:57
    147  119 PANE, CAMILLE         F  86/236   57/140  F19-99    34:09 11:00
    148  241 DATTILO, SHANNON F  87/236   18/69   F00-13    34:32 11:07
    149  239 DATTILO, PETE          M  56/133   35/86   M19-99    34:33 11:08
    150  488 HOUGLAND, STACY  F  88/236   58/140  F19-99    34:40 11:10
    151  112 FEAZEL, LEANNA       F  89/236   59/140  F19-99    34:40 11:10
    152  199 STEIN, WILL               M  57/133   17/36   M00-13    34:44 11:11
    153  554 KNOBBE, JULIE          F  90/236   60/140  F19-99    34:49 11:13
    154  437 NAHORNIAK, EVA                                                   34:55 11:15
    155  442 WEEKS, AMY                                                            34:56 11:15
    156  197 STEIN, GEORGE         M  58/133   36/86   M19-99    34:58 11:16
    157  198 STEIN, MORRY          M  59/133   18/36   M00-13    34:58 11:16
    158  532 MIGLIACCIO, GIO                                                     35:16 11:21
    159  533 MIGLIACCIO, SAM                                                   35:16 11:21
    160  270 WORTHEN, JIM          M  60/133   37/86   M19-99    35:54 11:34
    161  446 DEBALL, ADRIENNE                                                36:01 11:36
    162  423 DEBALL2, ADRIENNE                                              36:06 11:37
    163  424 DEBALL3, ADRIENNE                                              36:08 11:38
    164  307 HONEYFIELD, SUSAN F  91/236   61/140  F19-99    36:42 11:49
    165   81 WILLIAMS, THOMAS  M  61/133   19/36   M00-13    36:50 11:52
    166  438 DUGGAN, KATHY                                                       36:54 11:53
    167  276 FOREMAN, EMILY RAE F  92/236   19/69   F00-13    36:59 11:55
    168  302 TSARKOV, EMMA      F  93/236   12/26   F14-18    36:59 11:55
    169  558 MARTIN, MARY ANN F  94/236   62/140  F19-99    37:03 11:56
    170  562 MARTIN, MAGGIE      F  95/236   63/140  F19-99    37:04 11:56
    171  371 FULTON, BRANDEN M  62/133   38/86   M19-99    37:04 11:56
    172  372 FULTON, KELSIE        F  96/236   64/140  F19-99    37:04 11:56
    173  103 CLARK, TONY           M  63/133   39/86   M19-99    37:05 11:57
    174  535 PETROFF, JEFF                                                           37:15 12:00
    175  357 ENGELMANN, KARL M  64/133   40/86   M19-99    37:15 12:00
    176  253 CARDOSO, JUAN       M  65/133   41/86   M19-99    37:23 12:02
    177  256 CARDOSO, SARAH     F  97/236   20/69   F00-13    37:23 12:02
    178  347 COWELL, DAVID        M  66/133   42/86   M19-99    37:25 12:03
    179  346 COWELL, SARAH        F  98/236   65/140  F19-99    37:25 12:03
    180  349 LYONS, ABBY             F  99/236   21/69   F00-13    37:25 12:03
    181  429 BURNS, ANDY                                                           37:27 12:03
    182   47 KNOPF, STEVEN         M  67/133   43/86   M19-99    37:28 12:04
    183   19 OLEAARY, DEBRA       F 100/236   66/140  F19-99    37:33 12:06
    184  381 BERTMAN, NOEL        F 101/236   22/69   F00-13    37:34 12:06
    185   37 GIBSON, EMILY           F 102/236   67/140  F19-99    37:43 12:09
    186   43 MURRY, LAUREN        F 103/236   68/140  F19-99    37:43 12:09
    187  703 POLLAND, KEVIN     M  68/133   44/86   M19-99    37:53 12:12
    188   96 CUDIAMAT, CHRIS      F 104/236   69/140  F19-99    37:58 12:14
    189  469 SLAUGHTER, JOAN     F 105/236   70/140  F19-99    37:58 12:14
    190  402 WISE, MAGGIE             F 106/236   23/69   F00-13    38:05 12:16
    191  399 WISE, DAMIEN           M  69/133   20/36   M00-13    38:06 12:16
    192  603 TEMPLETON, COURTNEY F 107/236   71/140  F19-99    38:13 12:18
    193   83 HUNT, CASSIDI           F 108/236   72/140  F19-99    38:16 12:19
    194  694 GRITTY, HANNAH     F 109/236   24/69   F00-13    38:29 12:24
    195  642 SUMMERS, SHELBY  F 110/236   13/26   F14-18    38:30 12:24
    196  693 SHARP, KELSEY         F 111/236   14/26   F14-18    38:30 12:24
    197  515 MCGRATH, LAUREN F 112/236   15/26   F14-18    38:30 12:24
    198  158 SMITH, JJ                    M  70/133   21/36   M00-13    38:42 12:28
    199  157 HAGER, PAT                F 113/236   73/140  F19-99    38:42 12:28
    200  156 HAGER, ZACK            M  71/133   45/86   M19-99    38:42 12:28
    201  155 JACOBSON, HALLE    F 114/236   25/69   F00-13    38:42 12:28
    202  294 POWELL, SAMANTHA F 115/236   74/140  F19-99    38:49 12:30
    203  295 POWELL, CHRIS         M  72/133   46/86   M19-99    38:49 12:30
    204  300 HANKINSON, TODD  M  73/133   47/86   M19-99    38:49 12:30
    205  531 SEFFERT, GABRIELE                                                   38:51 12:31
    206  634 ORMES, GWYNETH    F 116/236   26/69   F00-13    38:51 12:31
    207   90 HAITH, SYDNEY          F 117/236   16/26   F14-18    38:52 12:31
    208  704 NESSELHAUF, PAIGE F 118/236   75/140  F19-99    38:52 12:31
    209  247 DOUGLAS, KIRA         F 119/236   27/69   F00-13    39:03 12:34
    210   71 MCGARY, MAURA       F 120/236   76/140  F19-99    39:14 12:38
    211  597 HAUPTMAN, GRETCHEN F 121/236   77/140  F19-99    39:14 12:38
    212  432 WINTERHALTER, BRYAN                                          39:36 12:45
    213  375 HOWE, LAUREN          F 122/236   78/140  F19-99    39:41 12:47
    214  129 DECKER, ILANA          F 123/236   28/69   F00-13    39:42 12:47
    215  677 TORNAMBE, CARLY   F 124/236   29/69   F00-13    39:43 12:47
    216   20 SHERRILL, SIERRA       F 125/236   79/140  F19-99    39:43 12:47
    217   21 SHERRILL, BILL           M  74/133   48/86   M19-99    39:44 12:48
    218   82 WILLIAMS, KIM           F 126/236   30/69   F00-13    39:47 12:48
    219  292 HOFFMAN, LINDSEY F 127/236   80/140  F19-99    39:48 12:49
    220  127 DECKER, EMILY         F 128/236   81/140  F19-99    39:57 12:52
    221  676 TORNAMBE, CARA    F 129/236   82/140  F19-99    39:57 12:52
    222  360 ENGELMANN, SLOANE  F 130/236   31/69   F00-13    39:59 12:52
    223  356 ENGELMANN, MELISSA F 131/236   83/140  F19-99    40:00 12:53
    224  301 HANKINSON, JENNIFER F 132/236   84/140  F19-99    40:03 12:54
    225  699 MCGRATH, CORBY     F 133/236   85/140  F19-99    40:05 12:54
    226  436 KIRCHNER, COURTNEY                                            40:12 12:57
    227  379 EVANS, JON                M  75/133   22/36   M00-13    40:18 12:59
    228  478 JENNINGS, MARK      M  76/133   49/86   M19-99    40:20 12:59
    229  235 STACKS, JON              M  77/133   50/86   M19-99    40:35 13:04
    230  496 HOUGLAND, SAMANTHA F 134/236   86/140  F19-99    40:49 13:09
    231  477 HARRIS, MAGGIE        F 135/236   87/140  F19-99    40:59 13:12
    232  486 HARDY, KRISTIN        F 136/236   88/140  F19-99    40:59 13:12
    233  487 REED, SHELLY             F 137/236   89/140  F19-99    41:00 13:12
    234  489 EAGEN, COLLIN        M  78/133   51/86   M19-99    41:00 13:12
    235   29 BRAHAM, ADRIANA   F 138/236   90/140  F19-99    41:19 13:18
    236   31 GUTIERREZ, SOFIA     F 139/236   32/69   F00-13    41:20 13:18
    237   30 GUTIERREZ, JOB        M  79/133   52/86   M19-99    41:21 13:19
    238  508 GARRIGAN, RYDER  M  80/133   23/36   M00-13    41:39 13:25
    239  385 KAMMERER, LAUREN  F 140/236   33/69   F00-13    41:40 13:25
    240  384 KAMMERER, JULIA    F 141/236   34/69   F00-13    41:41 13:25
    241  376 KAMMERER, THOMAS  M  81/133   53/86   M19-99    41:41 13:25
    242  285 LEVY, JEAN                 F 142/236   91/140  F19-99    42:17 13:37
    243  525 KARICKHOFF, TAYLOR M F 143/236   35/69   F00-13    42:20 13:38
    244  242 DATTILO, SYDNEY    F 144/236   36/69   F00-13    42:30 13:41
    245  238 DATTILO, TOBI          F 145/236   92/140  F19-99    42:31 13:41
    246  101 GRADY, VERNA         F 146/236   93/140  F19-99    42:33 13:42
    247  700 MCGRATH, JOHN     M  82/133   54/86   M19-99    42:34 13:42
    248  150 STEINBERG, SUZANNE  F 147/236   94/140  F19-99    42:34 13:43
    249  100 GRADY, JEROME      M  83/133   55/86   M19-99    42:40 13:44
    250  288 ERTMER, RAYMOND M  84/133   56/86   M19-99    42:42 13:45
    251  287 MOORE, ASHLEY      F 148/236   95/140  F19-99    42:42 13:45
    252  106 DIETRICH, CALI        F 149/236   96/140  F19-99    42:44 13:46
    253   42 PARKER, LESLIE        F 150/236   97/140  F19-99    42:46 13:46
    254  473 PRICHARD, TARYN  F 151/236   37/69   F00-13    42:52 13:48
    255  380 JORDAN, MIKAELA  F 152/236   38/69   F00-13    43:05 13:52
    256   35 JACOBSON, LEE                                                        43:36 14:02
    257  695 HOFFMAN, BRANDON M  85/133   57/86   M19-99    43:41 14:04
    258  517 PORTER, SARAH        F 153/236   17/26   F14-18    43:43 14:04
    259   14 KENYON, NATE         M  86/133   58/86   M19-99    43:50 14:07
    260  564 MCVEIGH, CHARLIE M  87/133   24/36   M00-13    43:53 14:08
    261   98 CHOICE, CYNTHIA     F 154/236   39/69   F00-13    44:05 14:12
    262  269 WORTHEN, LYNDSEY F 155/236   98/140  F19-99    44:09 14:13
    263   91 REIFENBERGER, BAILEY F 156/236   18/26   F14-18    44:20 14:16
    264  639 TUNNELL, MEGAN    F 157/236   40/69   F00-13    44:20 14:17
    265   23 OLEARY, ROBERT      M  88/133   59/86   M19-99    44:21 14:17
    266  107 ELWOOD, LINDA       F 158/236   99/140  F19-99    44:22 14:17
    267   22 OLEARY, JENNIFER    F 159/236  100/140  F19-99    44:22 14:17
    268  507 GARRIGAN, HUDSON M  89/133   25/36   M00-13    44:40 14:23
    269  208 BAILEY, BONNIE        F 160/236  101/140  F19-99    44:42 14:24
    270  210 BAILEY, CARRIE         F 161/236  102/140  F19-99    44:43 14:24
    271  286 MACY, MEG                F 162/236  103/140  F19-99    45:24 14:37
    272  635 KUPTZ, CADEN         M  90/133   26/36   M00-13    45:33 14:40
    273  289 CLARK, ERIN             F 163/236  104/140  F19-99    45:34 14:40
    274  290 KISSELL, JEFF           M  91/133   60/86   M19-99    45:34 14:40
    275  497 COPLAND, JAYNE    F 164/236  105/140  F19-99    45:38 14:42
    276   39 KUPTZ, MATT            M  92/133   61/86   M19-99    45:41 14:43
    277  403 WISE, MADDIE          F 165/236   41/69   F00-13    45:41 14:43
    278   40 KUPTZ, CODY           M  93/133   27/36   M00-13    45:42 14:43
    279  281 HEMENWAY, AMY  F 166/236   42/69   F00-13    45:44 14:44
    280  404 WISE, MALLORY     F 167/236   43/69   F00-13    45:45 14:44
    281   17 ISROFF, CHERRIE     F 168/236  106/140  F19-99    45:51 14:46
    282  705 GILMORE, JINNOHN M  94/133   62/86   M19-99    46:17 14:54
    283  587 BONARRIGO, MIRANDA F 169/236   44/69   F00-13    46:18 14:55
    284  244 OLSON, BONNIE     F 170/236  107/140  F19-99    46:20 14:55
    285   28 GEHRIS, BERNIE      M  95/133   63/86   M19-99    46:33 14:59
    286  686 KLEVER, CHAD       M  96/133   64/86   M19-99    46:33 14:59
    287   53 STENDER, EVA          F 171/236  108/140  F19-99    47:01 15:08
    288  456 LEGLEITER, EARL   M  97/133   65/86   M19-99    47:02 15:09
    289  341 HEINER, JOHN        M  98/133   66/86   M19-99    47:07 15:10
    290   69 CONTRERAS, LORI   F 172/236  109/140  F19-99    47:22 15:15
    291   67 MORRISON, CAROL F 173/236  110/140  F19-99    47:22 15:15
    292   70 CONTRERAS, RACHEL F 174/236  111/140  F19-99    47:25 15:16
    293   16 MCVEIGH, CAROLINE F 175/236   45/69   F00-13    47:33 15:18
    294  542 GIRARDEAU, OLIVIA F 176/236   46/69   F00-13    47:34 15:19
    295   45 CLARK, ROSIE           F 177/236   47/69   F00-13    47:35 15:19
    296  246 DOUGLAS, JENNIFER F 178/236   19/26   F14-18    47:37 15:20
    297   95 PENTERMANN, ANNA F 179/236   48/69   F00-13    47:38 15:20
    298  116 WIEDT, STACI           F 180/236  112/140  F19-99    47:43 15:22
    299  118 WIEDT, GRACE         F 181/236   49/69   F00-13    47:47 15:23
    300   74 PU, JIAN                      F 182/236  113/140  F19-99    48:04 15:29
    301   73 CHEN, FRANK          M  99/133   67/86   M19-99    48:04 15:29
    302   75 CHEN, SABRINA        F 183/236   50/69   F00-13    48:06 15:29
    303  563 TIMER, SEE               M 100/133                     48:11 15:31
    304  280 HEMENWAY, MICAH M 101/133   28/36   M00-13    48:33 15:38
    305  298 MILLER, TIM            M 102/133   68/86   M19-99    48:35 15:38
    306  277 HEMENWAY, MOLLY  F 184/236  114/140  F19-99    48:38 15:39
    307  590 SOMMEFELD, KELLY  F 185/236  115/140  F19-99    48:39 15:40
    308  183 HARRIS, MELODI     F 186/236   51/69   F00-13    48:44 15:42
    309  182 HARRIS, CHRISTIAN M 103/133   29/36   M00-13    48:46 15:42
    310  179 HARRIS, JEAN          F 187/236  116/140  F19-99    48:48 15:43
    311  184 HARRIS, ANTHONY M 104/133   30/36   M00-13    48:50 15:43
    312  180 HARRIS, ALAN        M 105/133   69/86   M19-99    48:51 15:44
    313  452 LEGLEITER, CHRISTY  M 106/133   70/86   M19-99    49:00 15:47
    314  205 BURR, SAMANTHA F 188/236   52/69   F00-13    49:00 15:47
    315  204 BURR, JENNIFER     F 189/236  117/140  F19-99    49:01 15:47
    316  455 LEGLEITER, ELLA    F 190/236   53/69   F00-13    49:02 15:47
    317  207 SANDUSKY, CHARLES M 107/133   71/86   M19-99    49:09 15:50
    318  574 RAINEY, LAUREN   F 191/236   20/26   F14-18    49:10 15:50
    319  572 RAINEY, KIRSTEN  F 192/236  118/140  F19-99    49:11 15:50
    320  453 LEGLEITER, LESLIE F 193/236  119/140  F19-99    49:18 15:52
    321   15 MCVEIGH, MOLLY   F 194/236  120/140  F19-99    49:18 15:52
    322  351 GRALLA, BROOKE  F 195/236   54/69   F00-13    49:21 15:53
    323  441 JIMENEZ, CONNIE                                                 49:24 15:54
    324  374 HAWKINS, KATHLEEN F 196/236  121/140  F19-99    49:30 15:56
    325  638 TUNNELL, PAUL     M 108/133   72/86   M19-99    49:35 15:58
    326  637 TUNNELL, DEENA   F 197/236  122/140  F19-99    49:39 15:59
    327  370 FULTON, TERRIE     F 198/236  123/140  F19-99    49:40 16:00
    328  102 CLARK, HELEN        F 199/236  124/140  F19-99    49:42 16:00
    329  274 BROOKS, ERIC        M 109/133   73/86   M19-99    49:46 16:02
    330  273 BROOKS, LIANA      F 200/236  125/140  F19-99    49:47 16:02
    331  115 LILLY, JEN                 F 201/236   55/69   F00-13    49:51 16:03
    332  334 GAIR, MAX               M 110/133   31/36   M00-13    50:04 16:07
    333  245 DOUGLAS, ROLLAND  M 111/133   74/86   M19-99    50:06 16:08
    334  333 GAIR, IAN                 M 112/133   32/36   M00-13    50:06 16:08
    335  342 HEINER, AMELIE      F 202/236   56/69   F00-13    50:08 16:09
    336   46 HART, LESLIE            F 203/236  126/140  F19-99    50:11 16:10
    337  233 STACKS, OLIVIA      F 204/236   21/26   F14-18    50:28 16:15
    338  236 FAIRBAIRN, EMILY  F 205/236   57/69   F00-13    50:30 16:16
    339  232 STACKS, JODY         F 206/236  127/140  F19-99    50:30 16:16
    340  518 BOWIE, TRAVIS       M 113/133   75/86   M19-99    51:04 16:26
    341   51 KELLEY, ELAINE       F 207/236  128/140  F19-99    51:06 16:27
    342    5 KELLEY, CHRIS         M 114/133   76/86   M19-99    51:45 16:40
    343    4 KELLEY, DANIELLE   F 208/236  129/140  F19-99    51:45 16:40
    344  174 WILDER, JEREMY    M 115/133   77/86   M19-99    51:48 16:41
    345  175 WILDER, MEADOW  F 209/236   58/69   F00-13    51:51 16:42
    346  332 GAIR, MARTIN         M 116/133   78/86   M19-99    52:06 16:46
    347  343 HEINER, OLIVER      M 117/133   33/36   M00-13    52:10 16:48
    348  567 TIMER, SEE               M 118/133                     52:28 16:54
    349  291 DONSON, ANDREW M 119/133   79/86   M19-99    52:31 16:54
    350  296 CHICK, ELIZABETH   F 210/236  130/140  F19-99    52:33 16:55
    351  580 WALKER, AUDREY    F 211/236   22/26   F14-18    52:47 17:00
    352  582 CARR, RYAN             M 120/133    6/9    M14-18    52:50 17:01
    353  579 CANTOR, ADDISON  F 212/236   23/26   F14-18    52:50 17:01
    354  451 LEGLEITER, ALAN   M 121/133   80/86   M19-99    52:50 17:01
    355  584 ZERR, BRADY           M 122/133    7/9    M14-18    52:51 17:01
    356  581 WALKER, TED          M 123/133    8/9    M14-18    52:52 17:01
    357  583 FROMMELT, MOLLY F 213/236   24/26   F14-18    52:53 17:02
    358  454 LEGLEITER, LILY      F 214/236   59/69   F00-13    52:53 17:02
    359  271 CUNNINGHAM, TAMMY F 215/236  131/140  F19-99    53:07 17:06
    360  668 TIMER, SEE               F 216/236  132/140  F19-99    53:09 17:07
    361  108 SICKLES, GALYA    F 217/236   25/26   F14-18    53:10 17:07
    362  397 HULET, NICOLE       F 218/236   60/69   F00-13    53:37 17:16
    363  466 LANGDON, RYAN  M 124/133   81/86   M19-99    53:45 17:18
    364  395 HULET, STEVE         M 125/133   34/36   M00-13    53:49 17:20
    365  400 WISE, MICHELLE     F 219/236   61/69   F00-13    53:49 17:20
    366  405 SPURLING-KAFFL, KATH F 220/236   62/69   F00-13    53:50 17:20
    367  577 CUNNINGHAM, CHRIS M 126/133   82/86   M19-99    54:37 17:35
    368  576 BLACK, SARAH        F 221/236  133/140  F19-99    54:39 17:36
    369  628 BROGREN, JASMINE F 222/236   26/26   F14-18    55:00 17:42
    370  629 MARTELON, JOSH   M 127/133    9/9    M14-18    55:01 17:43
    371  630 MARTELON, TINA    F 223/236  134/140  F19-99    55:02 17:43
    372  193 TUCKER, SHARON   F 224/236  135/140  F19-99    55:32 17:53
    373  589 SOMMERFELD, RICK M 128/133   83/86   M19-99    56:12 18:06
    374  591 SOMMERFELD, ELLA  F 225/236   63/69   F00-13    56:41 18:15
    375  133 LIU, ARTHUR            M 129/133   84/86   M19-99    57:09 18:24
    376  137 LIU, JILLIAN              F 226/236   64/69   F00-13    57:10 18:24
    377  134 LIU, NAMIE               F 227/236  136/140  F19-99    57:10 18:24
    378  138 LIU, GEOFFREY       M 130/133   35/36   M00-13    57:10 18:24
    379  283 GREENO, GENTRY   F 228/236  137/140  F19-99    57:10 18:24
    380  284 MOLSON, AUSTIN  M 131/133   85/86   M19-99    57:10 18:24
    381  335 VELASCO, AMIE       F 229/236  138/140  F19-99  1:02:48 20:13
    382  338 VELASCO, GABRIELA  F 230/236   65/69   F00-13  1:02:49 20:14
    383  234 STACKS, CHLOE        F 231/236   66/69   F00-13  1:03:13 20:21
    384  237 FAIRBAIRN, SYDNEY F 232/236   67/69   F00-13  1:03:16 20:22
    385  331 GAIR, MARIA              F 233/236  139/140  F19-99  1:05:01 20:56
    386  345 HEINER, ELYSE          F 234/236   68/69   F00-13  1:05:26 21:04
    387  340 HEINER, MELINDA    F 235/236  140/140  F19-99  1:05:26 21:04
    388  344 HEINER, IAN             M 132/133   36/36   M00-13  1:05:26 21:04
    389  337 VELASCO, SOFIA      F 236/236   69/69   F00-13  1:15:01 24:09
    390  336 VELASCO, GUILLERMO M 133/133   86/86   M19-99  1:15:01 24:09

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Congress Unanimously Approved Funding for Pediatric Cancer Research

Tuesday, April 01, 2014

We know this doesn't seem possible, but it is NOT AN APRIL FOOL'S JOKE!

The gridlock in Washington last fall has made funding pediatric cancer research beyond difficult. As you have seen and heard in the news Federal dollars have been cut for cancer research across the board. Previously, pediatric cancer research only received 4% of the overall cancer research budget. In our current climate organizations like The Morgan Adams Foundation will be relied upon to fill the gap in funding.

On March 11, 2014 the US Senate unanimously passed The Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act, a measure which redirects Federal funds from presidential campaigns and political party conventions toward pediatric research. We have been following this issue closely and encourage you to do the same.

For further reading about the #KidsFirst Research Act:

MajorityLeader.gov

 

Washington Post


Calling All Volunteers

Thursday, March 27, 2014

CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS!!!

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Are you looking for a fun way to spend your spring/summer? Do you want to work with a group of people who will make you want to throw your hands up in the air with excitement? We are looking for volunteers to fill the below event related positions. Please forward and those interested should contact Liz Vehlow.  

 

Mela for Miracles

Mela for Miracles is a celebration of the miracles, hope, and healing for kid’s with pediatric cancer research.  Kuhu Basak, a Colorado Springs resident, is a sixteen year old brain tumor survivor who wants to help other children with cancer and organized the Mela for Miracles to do so.

June 21, 2014 - Colorado Springs, CO 

 

 

  • Restaurant Recruitment Committee Members – Work collaboratively with committee to solicit participation from local restaurant to provide tastes to paid event guests.  Coordinate day of event participation and needs.

  • Entertainment Recruitment Committee Members - Work collaboratively with committee to solicit participation from talent to provide entertainment and education to paid event guests.  Coordinate day of event participation, schedule and needs with entertainment participants.

  • Sponsorship/Vendor Participation Committee – Work in collaboration with MAF staff to secure sponsorship donations to the event as well as identify and commit local business to participate in the vendor village.

  • Logistics Committee – Work with MAF staff to organize and manage day of event details involving people, facilities, and supplies.
     
  • Day of Event Set Up/Tear Down Support– shifts from 7AM – 10PM
     

 

Morgan Adams Concours d’Elegance

The Morgan Adams Concours d'Elegance is an exclusive, exhilarating aircraft, automobile and motorcycle preview with silent and live travel-related auction components. The event brings together a collection that spans all collectible eras, representing an incredible array from the earliest significant air/auto/moto to breathtaking modern jets and super cars. 

August 23, 2014 - Centennial Airport, Centennial, CO  

 

  • Restaurant Recruitment Committee Members – Work collaboratively with committee to solicit participation from new local Denver restaurant to provide tastes to event guests.  Coordinate day of event participation and needs.

  • Auction Committee Members – Work in collaboration and under the direction of Auction Chairs to solicit live and silent auction donations for the main event fundraiser.

  • Logistics Committee Chairperson - Work with MAF staff to organize and manage day of event details involving people, facilities, and supplies.
     
  • Volunteer Committee Member – Work with the Volunteer Committee to recruit, organize, and manage event volunteers.
     
  • Day of Event Set Up/Tear Down Support– shifts August 22, 10AM – 8PM and August 23, 9AM – 12AM

Race to Fund Pediatric Cancer Research

Monday, March 10, 2014

i-DfvSQcX-MHope doesn't just move us forward. It puts us in the fast lane.

When we talk about moving forward in the race to fund research for pediatric cancer, we mean "pedal-to-the-metal" forward.  Fast. Furious. Fantastic.

Enter Alex Welch.  Man on a similar mission.

Alex is an Audi Sport Customer Racing driver and a member of the GMG Racing Team.  He likes things fast.  He has a big heart.  And he has an equally big hatred of pediatric cancer.   He's our kind of guy.

We've buckled up for the ultimate partnership.

Alex has been a donor and friend of the Morgan Adams Foundation and participated in The Race Against Kids Cancer and The Rocky Mountain Vintage Racing Club.

For 2014, Alex decided to pursue his dream of racing in the North American Endurance Cup. He is campaigning an Audi R8 LMS for GMG Racing, and his teammates are James Sofronas, Marc Basseng, and Frank Strippler.

Here's the awesome part.

Instead of looking for a sponsor, Alex donated some of his car space to The Morgan Adams Foundation. Our logo has prime placement of the hood and on top of the back fenders! Alex and the entire GMG racing team have embraced MAF as a charity partner and invited foundation members to join them at the 4 endurance races this season. Joan and Matt were track-side at Daytona in February.

So how do you get in the race?

The next race is the 62nd annual 12 Hours of Sebring and we have an exciting fundraising component. You can now pledge a dollar amount per lap that The Morgan Adams Foundation car will complete during this race. PLUS Alex has also generously offered to match our first $5,000 in fundraising efforts for this race.

THE RACE IS ON.  CLICK BELOW DONATE TODAY AND FEEL THE ADRENALINE RUSH OF RUNNING OVER CANCER ON YOUR WAY TO THE FINISH LINE.

Our MAF Audi hopes to complete the race and should complete over 300 laps in the 12 hour period.  

CLICK HERE TO PLEDGE RIGHT NOW>

Keep your eye out for our logo on the #32 car in the GTD class on Saturday March 15th. The first 3 hours of the race will air on Fox and the entire race is streamed live on http://imsa.com/. We will also be updating you throughout the race on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


Monster Truck

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

   

This Custom Chevy C3500 Quad Cab Monster Truck is a must-see WORK OF AUTOMOTIVE ART! 

Close to $100,000 invested in a twelve-month ground up professional custom build starting with a ’99 Chevy C3500.  The following lists just some of the custom work:

  • 200HP Turbo Diesel Caterpillar 3126 engine installed new. 
  • 5-speed manual transmission, Rockwell 1960S rear differential with a 4.63 ratio. 
  • Rockwell RF1212 front differential with a 4.63 ratio. 
  • Selectro manual locking hubs. 
  • Non-mated Rockwell Super-Duty transfer case with a 1.99 ratio. 
  • Adjustable rear air ride.  Rebuilt drive shafts. 
  • Front and rear custom bumpers, a work of art in themselves! 
  • 4-wheel power disk brakes. 
  • 14.00 x r20 Good Year Mud Wrangler Tires. 
  • The truck has an all-new and immaculate pimped-out Ostrich vinyl interior, custom exhaust, fuel tank, automatic drop-down steps both sides. 
  • Not to mention its “beastly” paint job and Rhino-lined bed!  

Besides being the baddest truck you can drive, it would make an AMAZING PROMOTIONAL VEHICLE for any business or event!  Check out the pictures and call (303.758.2130) or email Matt with any questions. 

** Mileage is unknown, but very low mileage on current drive-train.

THIS TRUCK HAS BEEN DONATED TO THE MORGAN ADAMS FOUNDATION IN DENVER, CO.  EVERY DOLLAR OF THE SALE WILL GO TOWARDS OUR WORK IN FUNDING RESEARCH INTO CHILDHOOD BRAIN TUMORS AND CANCERS AND TREATMENT PROGRAMS FOR KIDS ALL OVER THE COUNTRY!


Remembering Steven Adams

Monday, September 23, 2013

Many organizations have a heart and soul. The Morgan Adams Foundation also had a “father figure.”  Steven Adams, the father of beloved Morgan and half of the power couple who helped create The Morgan Adams Foundation, passed away on September 22, 2013.  While our hearts are heavy with this news, we are grateful that his suffering and long, valiant battle with a rare form of cancer is finally over. We wish him peace and Godspeed and remain a community forever grateful for his unwavering commitment to helping children in need.

Steven loved photography, art, and creative people who “colored outside the lines.” He loved fast cars, beautiful airplanes and people who used their gifts in life to help others.  And above all else, he loved being a dad to Morgan, Andrew, and Grace.

He hated cancer.  Period.  

From the moment it grasped Morgan during her kindergarten year to the moment it took his own life, it was his declared enemy and he devoted his life to fighting it. 

Together with his wife Joan Slaughter, they formed The Morgan Adams Foundation and have raised over $2.5 million to fund pediatric cancer research in Colorado and beyond.  His life, determination, and stubborn insistence on never giving up, has truly saved lives.  His legacy will be more children who go on to middle school, high school and beyond rather than having their young lives cut short.

Steven was never afraid to approach others to join in his campaign. He urged many a restaurant or bar owner to partner with MAF for events of all kinds.  He mingled with the elite pilots and drivers at the Morgan Adams Concours d‘Elegance and he was soul mates with every photographer and artist who contributed to artma.   He worked long hours behind the scenes setting up and tearing down events and formed life-long kinships with those who worked beside him.  As one artma committee member said, “Steven's passion for this cause, sometimes so intense you couldn't contain it, (or escape from it), sucked me in.  And so here I will stay, long after he is gone.” 

In his fight for kids with cancer, Steven pushed everyone to think bigger, try harder, never settle and never stop. Dr. Nicholas Foreman of The Children’s Hospital Colorado said,  “Steven was the most buoyant, energetic and creative person I have ever known.  Courageous in the face of great loss and from that loss making a community focused on the future and not the past.  A man whom the hardships of life, and his own devastating illness, could not diminish.  Through his vision, many children with cancer are cured and this remains his victory over that terrible disease and death itself.”

He was fearless.  Inventive.  Creative. Imaginative. Unstoppable.  Sometimes incorrigible.  Always a flirt.  Never a whiner.   Forever loved.

Steven’s dream will now take on a new shape as we have created the Steven Adams Memorial Endowment Fund to benefit The Morgan Adams Foundation.  Information and online donations can be made at morganadamsfoundation.org (when making a donation, please select the "Steven Adams Memorial Endowment Fund from the drop-down menu).

Steven turned his grief over the death of Morgan into a powerful force for good.  Now, it is our turn to do the same for him.


Concours 2013 When It Rains It Pours

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

This year’s Morgan Adams Concours d’Elegance had a near brush with the unthinkable: rain. Nobody wants rain on all those gorgeous cars, airplanes, motorcycles—and people! Our staff and volunteers were forced to temporarily relocate all the aircraft, automobiles, and motorcycles just minutes before the event kickoff. Fortunately, the weather subsided, the staff rallied and the guests proved that when it rains it pours. This year we experienced an outpouring of love, support, gratitude—and yes, money—like no other year. We sincerely thank every individual who made the 2013 Concours possible. We raised more than $300,000 to fuel the future of critically needed research into cancer treatments!  


 

TO OUR SPONSORS: First off, without our fabulous sponsors, we’d have nowhere to hold this event, no food and drink for guests, no decorations and nothing to bid on. But year after year, you provide the backbone of this event to help us put an end to pediatric cancer. Thank you!

TO OUR AIRCRAFT, AUTOMOBILE & MOTORCYCLES OWNERS: What would a concours event be without the generous owners who bring out their rare and collectible airplanes, cars and motorcycles? Obviously, without you, this event couldn't’t be and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts!

TO OUR VOLUNTEERS: We can’t thank you enough for the generous gift of your time, whether you are seeking out sponsors, working with owners, coordinating volunteers or on the ground at the event. Every little piece of the puzzle makes a difference, from the emcees to the bartenders to the people who bus the tables.

TO OUR GUESTS: The outpouring of support from our guests—through ticket sales, auction purchases, CHIP sales and even sharing our mission with friends—means everything to us. Thank you as always for your help in working to end pediatric cancer.

TO OUR PHOTOGRAPHERS: Thank you to the following photographers who help us share the wonder that is Morgan Adams Concours: Blacktie Colorado, Julie Kemerling, John Little, Scott James Photography, and John Waugh. Check out photos from this year's event HERE.

TO OUR AMBASSADORS & THEIR FAMILIES: You are why we are here. Your willingness to be the faces and voices of Concours 2013 goes beyond our thanks. You can learn more about our Ambassadors and their stories here.


 

AUCTION HIGHLIGHTS: Thank you to our wonderful donors, bidders and auctioneer! The live auction really moved the room and the top selling items were:

  • Pura Vida - Costa Rican Vacation. Sold! Thank you to donors Erica & Matt Hogan, Fincabella Vista, Frontier Airlines, San Jose Marriott, La Cusinga Rainforest Coast Lodge, and Blue River Resort for this 10-day journey of a lifetime.
  • Mexican Villa. Sold, Three Times!!! Thank you to donors Joshua & Stephanie Johnson for this 7-night stay on the Mexican Riviera at Casa Dena.  
  • Custom Outdoor Fireplace. Sold! Thank you to donors Jim Roos, Rich Roos, Western Stone Co., St. Vrain Block, and Rio Grande Company for donating a custom built outdoor fireplace with a value of $10,000.
  • Luxury Mountain Getaway. Sold, Two Times!! Thank you to the Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch and Prestige Imports for donating a 2-night stay and Porsche rental car.
  • Porsche Driving School. Sold! Thank you to donors Prestige Imports and Frontier Airlines for this trip to Georgia for two-days of Porsche driving school in Birmingham.
  • South African Hunting Safari. Sold! Thank you to donor Mike Young who donated a ten day hunting trip at the Van Wijks Safari camp in South Africa! 

    BEST IN SHOW AND PEOPLE'S CHOICE RESULTS: Every year, Concours guests vote for the best among the stunning aircraft, automobiles, and motorcycles on display. Here are the results of this year's show - and again, a hearty and heartfelt thanks to all of our generous owners who make this feast for the eyes possible.

    People's Choice Aircraft: 1954 Cessna 195B - Alan Haltom

    People's Choice Automobile: 1941 Buick Super Sports Coupe – Fred Divine

    People's Choice Motorcycle: 2006 Bourget Fat Daddy 330 Softail Chopper – Peter Freytag

    The Lyndsey R. Cunningham Award: Peer's Choice - Aircraft: 1943 North American T-6G – Vernon Randel

    The Joshua L. English Award: Peer's Choice - Automobile: 1963 Maserati Sebring Series 1 – Andrew Katz

    The Christopher J. Henderson Award: Peer's Choice - Motorcycle: 1932 Indian Chief – Jeff Goorman

    The Brett M. Derosier Memorial Award - Best in Show: 1948 Tucker 4 Door Sedan – Keith and Eileen Carpenter


    Morgan Adams Concours on 9News

    Monday, August 19, 2013

    A BIG THANK YOU to:

    • Gail Fawcett - Board President, Meagan and Eli Gold - Ambassador Family, Steve Hawthorne - Bikes Chair & Noble Energy "Best in Show" Sponsor Representative, and Joan Slaughter - Executive Director for speaking on behalf of the Morgan Adams Concours d'Elegance this morning.
    • Kent Miller, Derek Fennig, and Peter Taylor for displaying their gorgeous automobiles.
    • Amelia Earhart, Gary Shapiro, and 9News for having us on the morning show. 

    To watch the full segment, click HERE.

    Be sure to PURCHASE your Morgan Adams Concours d'Elegance event admission before it is too late! 


    Newsletter - Summer 2013

    Tuesday, July 30, 2013
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