Children’s Miracle Network- Life of a Road Race Director


For the second year in a row, I directed the Children’s Miracle Network 5 K road race in Candia, NH; Carving a Trail of Hope.  Mother Nature was good to us, we did not have to worry about the rain or chilly weather like last year.  We had some great sponsors and a lot of volunteers!

This year, we raised $1,650 to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network hospitals and Miss America.

5 Minute Majors

Every week I feature a Hockey East stand-out.  Many of these players will goon to play professionally.  It’s a very talented league!

David Vallorani:




Steve Moses:


Matt Bergland:


Pat Mullane:

Some updates…

Here’s links to the work I’ve done over the past couple of months…

Tyler Seguin Gets Rave Reviews From Fans

Harvard Team win the big race at Head of the Charles Regatta



Head of the Charles Regatta gives an Opportunity to Catch Up

A chat with fans about Theo leaving the Sox


Fenway Park got scary, and it wasn’t because of team drama

The Big Race!

It’s appropriate that my first entry on this blog be about a huge project I’m working on right now.  The Children’s Miracle Network 5K Road Race: Carving a Trail of Hope, is just around the corner on Nov. 5, in Candia, NH.

This is the second time I’m directing this event to benefit several members of our community who get treated for many different chronic illnesses at the Children’s Hospital Boston.

Join us this year, to help us reach our goal of raising $5000.

There will be tons of prizes, free post race massages, and lots of goodies donated by local businesses.

Sign up online or print out a form at our website: