Cleveland Big Wheel Relay 2020

 

Each team has a minimum fundraising goal of $400. All teams will be entered into a tournament bracket, which will be single elimination until we've named our Cleveland Big Wheel Relay Championship Team of 2020! Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic race day is now Saturday, October 24 from 1-4 pm at Mulberry's on the West Bank of the Flats. For more information please visit: here

 

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30 Donations

  • Anonymous

  • $103.09

    Steven Phillips

  • $41.24

    Sara Forsyth

  • $82.47

    Anonymous

  • $51.55

    Anonymous

  • $25.00

    Anne Pecon

  • $77.32

    Molly Bammerlin

  • $103.09

    Mary Pattison

  • $51.55

    Suzanne Campen

  • $77.32

    Christina Pelachyk

  • $41.24

    Kevin Callahan

  • $103.09

    Wallace Pattison

  • $51.55

    Wallace (Mac) Pattison

  • $51.55

    Eric Dubitsky

  • $100.00

    Susan Lester

  • $51.55

    Rachel Lester

  • $50.00

    Ruth Clark

  • $50.00

    Amy McCarthy

  • $103.09

    Bridgid Whitford

  • $100.00

    Chris & Sherry Rini

  • $40.00

    Anonymous

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Any new parents would feel overwhelmed with newborn twins, but we felt additional stress when Claire and Emily were diagnosed with hearing loss at birth. The first few months were a whirlwind of questions and concerns. Luckily, we were referred to CHSC and the Regional Infant Hearing Program (RIHP) which offered our family options and resources for Claire and Emily. We believe that due to early intervention and help from RIHP, both girls are able to attend elementary school with their peers. Our daughters, Claire and Emily, have received priceless services from CHSC, which is why we are so passionate about supporting the Center.

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Like any new mother, Elizabeth Picklo was excited about the upcoming birth of her son. She had lots of hopes and dreams for him - all the typical thoughts and plans: watching him play and grow, go off to school, make friends, start driving and dating, etc. And, CJ was born two months early, Elizabeth still felt happy and confident when he was released from NICU after only three weeks. Once at home, she settled into her role as a new mother with CJ. However, over time, Elizabeth began to notice that CJ wasn’t reaching various communication milestones – he wasn’t speaking at all. CJ’s pediatrician recommended hospital-based evaluation and therapy, but with a wait list of over a year, she felt they would lose crucial development time for CJ. That’s when Elizabeth discovered CHSC through an online search and the family was thrilled to find out they could get an appointment within weeks. After CJ’s evaluation, he began working with a CHSC Speech Language Pathologist. He has and continues to build vocabulary and makes tremendous progress. CJ is now 5 years old and is working hard to prepare for Kindergarten. Elizabeth knows he’ll be ready when the time comes. She says, “We wouldn’t be where we are today with CJ’s progress if it weren’t for CHSC. They have not only given him the skills he needs to succeed – they have given me back my hopes and dreams for him.” When you donate to Cleveland Big Wheel Relay, you’re literally changing lives for the better. We know that early intervention is key for children of all backgrounds and that’s why we exist. Your donation does more than just help, it is transformative in the lives of the families we serve. Please consider making a donation today – because the people we serve can’t wait for tomorrow.

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Paislee is a bright, loving 5 year old who has been receiving services from the Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center since she was just 5 months old. Paislee was born with moderate to severe bilateral hearing loss, however with the help of CHSC and early intervention specialists, she has continued to surpass milestones and is getting ready to begin kindergarten in the Fall. CHSC is such a wonderful institution that has helped our family beyond measure. We are so grateful for all they have done and will continue to support their mission in any way that we can !!! PS- we are winning the Relay this year :)

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Team Cleveland Water Polo Club is back at it again - raising funds and racing fast to support the Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center. Last year, although we had our best fundraising year ever ($1,400) - we sadly were taken out in the first round. This year we are taking the extra time to train and perfect our racing strategy for our best year yet! But of course - its not all about the racing. Cleveland Hearing & Speech does more than provide the best little race in town - it supports families in need of support as they navigate the speech and audiology challenges at any age. Below is CJ's success story and we are happy to support families like CJ's! Like any new mother, Elizabeth Picklo was excited about the upcoming birth of her son. She had lots of hopes and dreams for him - all the typical thoughts and plans: watching him play and grow, go off to school, make friends, start driving and dating, etc. And, CJ was born two months early, Elizabeth still felt happy and confident when he was released from NICU after only three weeks. Once at home, she settled into her role as a new mother with CJ. However, over time, Elizabeth began to notice that CJ wasn’t reaching various communication milestones – he wasn’t speaking at all. CJ’s pediatrician recommended hospital-based evaluation and therapy, but with a wait list of over a year, she felt they would lose crucial development time for CJ. That’s when Elizabeth discovered CHSC through an online search and the family was thrilled to find out they could get an appointment within weeks. After CJ’s evaluation, he began working with a CHSC Speech Language Pathologist. He has and continues to build vocabulary and makes tremendous progress. CJ is now 5 years old and is working hard to prepare for Kindergarten. Elizabeth knows he’ll be ready when the time comes. She says, “We wouldn’t be where we are today with CJ’s progress if it weren’t for CHSC. They have not only given him the skills he needs to succeed – they have given me back my hopes and dreams for him.” When you donate to Cleveland Big Wheel Relay, you’re literally changing lives for the better. We know that early intervention is key for children of all backgrounds and that’s why we exist. Your donation does more than just help, it is transformative in the lives of the families we serve. Please consider making a donation today – because the people we serve can’t wait for tomorrow.

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The Audiology department at Cleveland Hearing and Speech believes that life is improved through successful communication. We are caring professionals that strive to make a difference each and every day through quality care and dependable service. Hearing health care is our passion, and we are proud to serve those with communication needs and challenges. Our teamwork is second to none – and that includes on the racetrack! We have put together our best team yet and we are ready to roll up and throw down!

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Hello, We are back again for our 8th Big Wheel Race, my family and I love racing in this and we can't wait for race day. The Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center has helped us so much with our beautiful girls who are now 9yrs old and both are thriving in school. Everyone at the Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center is so awesome and we love giving back whenever we can as well as spreading the word on wonderful their services are. We are going to do our best to raise even more money this year to help those that need it. Nate Szabo

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