2016-07-22 / Community

Trying times indeed



Top left, a member of the Buxton-based Dynamic Divas relay team, which included Stephanie Manzoli Pothier, Renee Daigle, and Jennifer Hatch, emerges from the water after completing the first leg of the 9th annual Tri for a Cure. Top right, Lisa Wheeler of Sidney reaches for a cup of water provided by event volunteer Lois Lengyel of Falmouth. Far left, it wasn’t just runners but also volunteers who braved heavy downpours Sunday, as Kristin Fuhrmann-Simmons, ringing a bell at right to help cheer and motivate contestants, can attest. Left, Jamie Geier, 42, of Bronxville, New York, strikes a can-do pose just prior to going out on the bike course. (Duke Harrington photos) Top left, a member of the Buxton-based Dynamic Divas relay team, which included Stephanie Manzoli Pothier, Renee Daigle, and Jennifer Hatch, emerges from the water after completing the first leg of the 9th annual Tri for a Cure. Top right, Lisa Wheeler of Sidney reaches for a cup of water provided by event volunteer Lois Lengyel of Falmouth. Far left, it wasn’t just runners but also volunteers who braved heavy downpours Sunday, as Kristin Fuhrmann-Simmons, ringing a bell at right to help cheer and motivate contestants, can attest. Left, Jamie Geier, 42, of Bronxville, New York, strikes a can-do pose just prior to going out on the bike course. (Duke Harrington photos)


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