# "Finding a Solution To Cancer As We Find Solutions In Math"

Finding a Solution To Cancer As We Find Solutions In Math East Lyme Middle School Walk-a-Thon 2007 Seadog, Whelks and Big Blue Teams

Welcome Guests

Mrs. Sandra Maniscalco President of the TBBCF Mr. Phil Maniscalco Member of the TBCCF Dr. Howard Brensilver, MD VP of the TBBCF Mrs. Marcie Brensilver a founding leader of the TBBCF Mr. Tim Brodeur Member of the TBBCF Board, husband of Terri Brodeur Jean and Steven Logan a founding leader of TBBCF

Rosemarie Moskow Sister of Terri Brodeur Stacie Brodeur Sister-In-Law of Tim and Terri Brodeur Recognition of Top Fundraiser Mrs. Smiths Seadog Team: Mr. Gionets Big Blue Team:

Explanation of Y=MX+B and linear equations by students from the Seadog Team

Seadog Team 50 students walked Y = MX + B Y = \$269.84(X) + \$1,671.75 Seadog students walked an average of 6.63 miles

Y = \$269.84(6.63) + \$1,671.75 Y = \$3,460.79 Plus..>>>>>>>>> Seadog Total Y = \$3,460.79

Plus Pfizer Match of \$568 Total Donation = \$4,028.79 (wow!) Students Reflections On Both Their Math

and Life Experience Slideshow of ELMS Walk-a-Thon 2007 but first lets hear our walk-a-thon chant

Presentation of check to The Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation and reflections from our guests. And The Grand Total Is

\$17, 186 Thank you to all students and staff for their support of the Terri Brodeur Breast cancer Foundation!

Special Thank You Closing Thoughts From Mr. Gionet John F. Kennedy: Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what your country can do for you. Robert Kennedy: Some people look at a

situation and ask why, while I look at a situation and ask why not Margaret Mead said Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.

Something To Think About Mind Heart Hands

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