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A Huge post-ride THANK-YOU!
We made $402,000.00!
I love this ride! I love this cause!

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Here is the pre-ride posse for this year’s RATPOD . (my 9th!)  At 5:30 in the morning we were all ready for a 130-Mile, one-day bicycle ride to benefit Camp Mak-A-Dream.  650  bikers started here in Dillon Montana.  We had a couple of miserable hours of very cold rain and brutal head-winds early in the ride but things cleared up and rewarded us with lovely tail-winds and an all-together wonderful ride.

I&CWratpod14-2-600webMy riding pal Ilene and I are 21 miles from the end of the 130 mile ride.  By this time we had dried off and warmed up.  

Feel free to email me with any questions you have at cw@cathyweber.net 

 

Raffle Prize #1
Two porcelain birds on a branch (table top) now live
happliy with Nance Richardson and Kitty Cole in
Hampstead, NH.

cathy weber - ceramic - bird - porcelain - montana - clay - dipped

 

Congratulations to the winners
of this year’s art raffle!
  

 

Raffle Prize #2
“Forest” carved porcelain bird on a branch was won By Darla Fitzpatrick of Helena, Montana.

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Here’s how it works

For each $10 donated at my fundraising page, I put aname in the hat. (for example, for $30 you got 3 chances to  win.)  There were 3 raffle prizes. The first person to be selected got to choose a favorite. The second name drawn got to pick one of the remaining two.  

Raffle Prize #3
“Corvid” large porcelain bird (on flush wall mount branch) was won by Dianna Marzolf of Idaho Falls, Idaho.

 cathy weber - ceramic - bird - porcelain - montana - clay - dipped - corvid - crow - raven

 

Camp Mak-A-Dream is a couple of hours from where I live.  I have been there several times.  It is a magical, beautiful place where generous, dedicated folks work miracles for kids with cancer and their families.  I love having the opportunity to be part of such a great undertaking and really appreciate your help in this good work.  I can’t thank you enough!

If you don’t want to get these emails, let me know at cw@cathyweber.net .   Thanks.