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A 'New Generation'
Chris Reich, who ran the half-mile and mile in high school and college, extended his reach in the Paddlers 4 Humanity half-marathon Sunday.
(East Hampton Star May 6, 2010) 


Paddling Fort Pond for Humanity, 4 Strokes at a Time
A stand-up paddleboard is a platform one stands upon and propels using a long-shafted paddle. We think of it as a Hawaiian thing, but so simple is the concept of board and paddle — requiring no digging to make a dugout canoe, no lashing together of logs for a raft —  that it was probably reinvented many times around the world.
(East Hampton Star Sept 3, 2009)

Paddling Their Hearts Out For A Good Cause
P4H Hosts Paddle And Surf Art Auction.  For nearly half a decade, Paddlers 4 Humanity has combined outdoor adventures by water and by land with vastly successful charity ventures. On Sunday, a wily crew of stand-up paddlers successfully dodged any ill effects from Tropical Storm Danny and added another profitable event with the P4H Four-Mile SUP Paddle and Surf Art Auction.
(Hamptons.com Sept 2, 2009)

Women Paddle to Raise Funds for Women in Distress
After a large group of women in a miniature armada of kayaks, outrigger canoes and stand-up paddleboards push off from the shore of Louse Point this Saturday and paddle five miles through Gardiner’s Bay to Maidstone Park, the burn in their arm muscles will feel particularly good.  They will not be paddling just for the scenery or endorphin-high, but to raise a minimum of $250 each, if not more, to donate to the Retreat, a domestic violence shelter, support and outreach center in East Hampton.
(East Hampton Press July 7, 2009)

Paddlers for Humanity Ramps Up a Series of Wet Events
Whether or not summer decides to arrive, the paddling events that have made past summers so memorable will. Paddlers for Humanity, a nonprofit organization that raises money for community, education, and health-based projects through a series of paddles, has added two events to the annual Along the Waterfence Paddle and the open ocean paddle from Montauk to Block Island.
(East Hampton Star June 17, 2009)

Cashin Zooms to Easy Win In First Annual Hither Hills Off Road Marathon 
Montauk - The first annual Hither Hills Off-Road Half Marathon was different than any of the many road races that the East End will host this summer. The path to victory was indeed a path, weaving around trees and up and down hills for 13.1 miles....
Hamptons.com April 22, 2009)

Many Paddle in Many Ways From Montauk to Block Island
As the number of people participating in the annual 18-mile open ocean paddle from Montauk Point to Block Island grows, so do the ways in which those participants paddle. On Saturday at the fourth annual fund-raiser, four different kinds of craft were used to cross Block Island Sound: prone paddleboards, stand-up paddleboards, kayaks, and outrigger canoes....
(East Hampton Star Sept 18,2008)

Paddlers For Humanity Make Water Trek To Benefit Montauk Playhouse
Amagansett - Beginning at 2 p.m. on Saturday, approximately 40 people will embark on a 9.6 mile journey from Fresh Pond in Amagansett to Montauk's Fort Pond. They will do so using various methods, whether it's stand-up paddling, prone paddling or kayaking. Why? They are paddling for humanity....
(Hamptons.com July 18, 2008)

Open-Ocean Paddlers Hit the water for Humanity
In 2005, 17 kayakers, stand-up paddlers, and prone paddlers took part in an open-ocean charity paddle from the Montauk Lighthouse to Block Island. The paddlers, who directly solicited donations from their friends and families, raised $90,000. The event has since become an annual fund-raiser.....
(East Hampton Star June 18,2008)


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