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Mission Complete!  I ended up running 25 miles at this years "LocalEdge Winter Beast of Burden."  You have two ways to send your donation.  The easiest way is to use our PayPal donation link below.  PayPal is a secure and safe way to donate.  When using PayPal you can make your donation by check or credit card.  You can make a check out using the info below.  Sorry but, I prefer not to accept any cash. 


Please make checks payable to:
A CO BSTB 27th BCT


Please use this mailing address for all checks:
Kathy Maiolo - F.R.G
7363 Bear Ridge Road
Tonowanda, New York 14120




Welcome to
 
The 2011 Local Edge Winter Beast of Burden
24 Hour Ultra "Elite"



Benefiting the

On February 12th, 2011 Resurrection Racing will be hosting, " The Winter Beast of Burden". In the past we've raised money for different charities/organizations. This year we'll be using our event to help raise money for the Lockport Army National Guard's Family Readiness Group (F.R.G.).  The F.R.G. is an organization that helps the Soldiers and Families of our Lockport Army National Guard during all phases of deployment.  The members of the F.R.G. volunteer to help each other out with many different tasks.  For example, if a Soldier is deployed, his/her spouse could call  the F.R.G. to help fix something from a leaky roof to help in replacing a hot water tank.  The Lockport National Guard will be deploying again this fall for another 12 months.  It's my goal at the Winter Beast of Burden to help raise money for the F.R.G. and I welcome you to do the same. As you continue to read this you'll learn how you can do your part.

First, I'd like to take this time to officially announce that the Beast of Burden 100 Miler & 24 Hour Ultra will have a new category in our 24 hour race called, "Elite."  We will host the first military specific category in an ultra at our Summer Beast of Burden August 20th, 2011.  We'll be inviting all branches of our armed forces to give them an opportunity to toe the line against one another. The challenge will be to see which branch of our armed forces has the toughest Beast! These Servicemen and Servicewoman will have 24 hours to run as far as they can but, what makes this category different from the other 24 hour race? Well, they'll be doing it with full gear!  They will be required to wear their military issued combat boots and their full BDU/ACU clothing while carrying a 45 pound rucksack. These rucksacks will be weighed at 3 different checkpoints along the course. We will give civilians an opportunity to compete in this class as well but, we'll provide more details for this at a later date.  With this new category we'll now have a way for each athlete to obtain pledges for his or her race to help support our charities. 

To offer this military category at our future Beast of Burden events, we need a guinea pig to test this out. So to help support our troops, I plan on running the 24 hour event at The Winter Beast of Burden on February 12th. I will be sporting full military clothes, boots (sorry, no sneakers) and even carrying the 45 pound rucksack that our troops carry. During training, most of troops struggle to carry their 45 pound backpack 12 miles. While I'm not sure if  I could even run 12 miles with 45 pounds strapped to my back I decided to set my goal high. I hope to run at least one full loop of the course which is 25 miles but, I've never ran in combat boots or carried 45 pounds on my back while running so, it will definitely be challenging (not to mention the 2 feet of snow we'll be running through).  The further I go the more money I'll raise for the F.R.G.  So, if I can go beyond 25 miles I sure will!

Please contact me at ResurrectionRacing@gmail.com to sign up and pledge today!  Please include the information listed below.  Once you make your pledge we will post it here.  If you wish to keep your information private please state so in your email.  After the race you will receive an email with your amount owed.  You will be able to make your donation directly to the Family Readiness Group of Lockport via PayPal or by mailing them a check.  Remember, 100% of the money you donate will go directly to the F.R.G.  Thank you for your support!




 Name  City  State Amount per mile
(ex. $1.00 per. mile)
 Total $
owed
Richard Cook
Ben Avon Heights
PA
$1.00 per mile
 
Lona Tobin
Lockport
NY $4.00 per mile
 
John & Camille Pasceri
Lockport     NY
$5.00 per mile
 
Bill & Barb Flanders
Venice FL $1.00 per mile
 
Charlie Lux & Kate Sheehan
Lockport NY
$2.00 per mile
 
Don & Darlene Pasceri        
Lockport    
NY $1.00 per mile
 
Laurie Colón Cleveland
OH
$1.00 per mile
 
Bob Simons    
Lockport
NY
$1.00 per mile
 
Craig Butler    
Lockport
NY
$2.00 per mile 
 
Jim Dimmock    
Lockport
NY
$1.00 per mile 
 
Phyllis Lux & Bill Teaven Lockport
NY
$1.00 per mile
 
Mike & Monica Pullano
Lockport
NY
$1.00 per mile
 
Tom Hildreth
Lockport    
NY
$1.00 per mile
 
Dom & Felica Dellaccio        
Lockport
NY
$2.00 per mile
 
Brett Chamberlain
Lockport    
NY
$1.00 per mile
 
Steve Young
Lockport
NY
$1.00 per mile
 
Executive Landscaping
Lockport
NY
$5.00 per mile
 
Dr. Peter &  Laura Igoe
Lockport    
NY
$2.00 per mile
 
Dee & Fred Lute    
Lockport
NY
$1.00 per mile
 
Mike & Belinda Stoll
Lockport
 NY  $1.00 per mile
 
Chris Sacca
San Fransisco 
 CA  $4.00 per mile
 
Lockport Athletic Club
Lockport
NY
$10.00 per mile
 
Dr. Peter & Robyn Mascari
Lockport
NY
$1.00 per mile
 
David Dunker
Lockprot
 NY $1.00 per mile
 
Peter & Linda Carlin
Naples
 FL  $2.00 per mile
 
Dr. KC and Jerry Sacca Lockport
 NY  $4.00 per mile
 
Brad & Judy Erck
Naples
 FL $1.00 per mile
 
Chris Hildreth
Lockport
 NY $1.00 per mile
 
Andy Carney
Buffalo
 NY $1.00 per mile
 
Mike Flaherty
Buffalo
 NY $1.00 per mile
 
Pete Donovan    
Middleport
NY
$2.00 per mile
 
Dan Donovan
Lockport
 NY $2.00 per mile
 
         
      Total per mile I run $65.00