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** Registration Deadline Has Passed for Team Peacock **

Join Team Peacock at Panerathon 2013!  21 News personalities are taking part in the 2 mile walk at Panerathon on Sunday, August 25, 2013 in downtown Youngstown and they would like for you to join them!

To participate, fill out the PDF form at the bottom of this page.  The entry fee to join us is $20.  All proceeds from the event will benefit the Joanie Abdu Comprehensive Breast Care Center.

After we receive your entry form, we will contact with you details about where we will meet so we can walk as a group.  Deadline for registration for Team Peacock is Wednesday, August 14, 2013.

The following 21 News personalities have already committed to participating in Panerathon:  Leslie Barrett, Kate Keller, Mike Case, Lauren Lindvig, Jennifer Brindisi and Jess Briganti.

For more information on Panerathon, visit their official page at http://panerathon.org/.  If you have a problem downloading the PDF, please e-mail us at 21newsnow@wfmj.com.

And don't forget, Panerathon oresents Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo August 16th at Covelli Centre.  The conert will kick off the greatest week in the Valley: Panerathon Week! A portion of ticket proceeds will also benefit the Joanie Abdu Comprehensive Breast Care Center and the Panerathon.  Click here for ticket information.

We look forward to walking with you at Panerathon!

 

Team Peacock Participants

1) Aldridge, Charles

2) Aldridge, Suzette

3) Armeni, Ashley

4) Barrett, Leslie

5) Boyle, Angie

6) Boyle, Jim

7) Briganti, Jess

8) Brindisi, Jennifer

9) Bumback, Lynda

10) Burks, David

11) Burks, Marian

12) Case, Mike

13) Childers, Cheyenne

14) Chism-Pinkard, Madonna

15) Coffin, Jana

16) Colarossi, Rena

17) Creque, Cody

18) Cuccarese, Victoria

19) Danko, David

20) Davis, Patricia

21) Derthick, Cindy

22) Dull, Leslie

23) Dutting, James

24) Fox, Rebecca

25) Franklin, Faith

26) Freeman, Lisa

27) Freeman, Stefanie

28) Fualrz, Ron

29) Fulton, Erin

30) Gerberry, Virginia

31) Gilmore, Bart

32) Gilmore, Sandra

33) Goclano, Marissa

34) Grilli, Patricia

35) Hack, Denise

36) Hans, Tiffany

37) Hauger, Jean

38) Heim, Charles

39) Heim, Maryann

40) Hoffer, Karen

41) Hudak, Marty

42) Janek, Vickie

43) Johnson, Sarah

44) Kauffman, Megan

45) Keller, Kate

46) Kennedy, Jenny

47) Kolacz, Denise

48) Kolarik, JoAnn

49) Kramer, Sophia

50) Lampe, Donna

51) Lampe, Emily

52) Laurenza, Anna

53) Lewis, Alyson

54) Limongi, Kathy

55) Lindvig. Lauren

56) Lisko, Jean

57) Loshuk, Kathleen

58) Marlowe, Shelly

59) Marsch, Barbara

60) Marsch, Sarah

61) Masciangelo, Lola

62) Masters, Teresa

63) Miketa, Cindy

64) Parlink, Rachel

65) Pavlik, Michelle

66) Preston, Kim

67) Protain, Nicole

68) Prusak, Brandy

69) Reed, Adrienn

70) Reynolds, Regina

71) Riley, Phyllis

72) Rogers, Cynthia

73) Sankey, Diane

74) Scheidegger, Heinz

75) Scheidegger, Lisa

76) St. Clair, Robert

77) St. Clair, Wendy

78) Stauffer, Brenda

79) Stevens, Glenn

80) Thomas, Jessica

81) Walko, Thomas

82) Williams, Amy

83) Young, Jasmine

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