MEREDA Bowling on 4/30 - in spite of Deflategate - Pat Patriot helped PDT all the way!
PDT's ace bowlers definitely won the shirt contest at MEREDA's April 2015 Strikes for Scholars bowlathon. Becca Casey, Joan Klein, Aaron Klein, Alan Kuniholm, Brian Curley, Chelsea Lipham, and Shane Dunn helped raise money for scholarships for Maine community college students.
PDT Team raises over $1,000 and beats last year's time!
Braving the heat on Sunday, July 31, PDT's Tri-for-a-Cure relay team came in five minutes faster than last year and 78th out of 141 relay teams. Over a thousand athletes raised over a million dollars for the Maine Cancer Foundation at the 4th annual event. Cheering family members and PDT fans wore the distinctive signature pink PDT hardhats.
PDT Women's Triathlon Team places 40th in Maine Cancer Foundation's 2010 Tri-for-a-Cure Relay!
On Sunday, August 15, on the seaside campus of Southern Maine Community College, the PDT team joined over 1,000 athletes to raise nearly a million dollars for breast cancer research. Two years of planning and training paid off as the team achieved an impressive 40th place in the relay and collectively raised over $900.
PDT's swimmer was the first in the relay heat out of the 62-degree water. Runner Marilyn Leivian snatched the timing chip and ran the chute to the transition area, handing off to biker Becca Casey. Becca finished the winding 15-mile course through South Portland and passed the chip back to Marilyn, who ran the 3 mile course to secure PDT's 40th place. It was easy to spot the PDT team in their new Atayne shirts (100% recycled soda bottles) and distinctive pink hardhats. Congratulations to the PDT team and all their supporters!
BEFORE: The PieD-a-Teers (Susan Ransom, Katherine Fischer, and Becca Casey) representing PDT Architects.
The PieD-a-Teers raise $2,000 for breast cancer research.
Mary's Walk and Kerrymen Pub Road Race, Saco, Maine, benefits the Maine Cancer Foundation.
March 16, 2009, sunny, 45 degrees, warmest day in months!
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Susan Ransom, marketing director at PDT, running her first-ever road race. Katherine and Becca, both architectural designers, participated in the walk.
Susan reaches for the finish line past the Thornton Academy bell tower, which was designed by PDT
AFTER.: Thanks to PDT Architects and all the generous people who contributed to our effort, the team qualifies for a spot in the 2010 Maine Tri-for-a-Cure triathlon.