In this issue:
do you climb?
here to learn why people just like you climb each year! You can also submit your Why I Climb Story.
questions, or need help getting started?
Contact your local climb manager:
Calling all Cleveland
Climbers: We’re looking forward to
seeing you on Saturday, March 5, 2011 at the Terminal Tower, downtown
Cleveland, for our inaugural Fight For Air Climb where you will experience the
climb of your life.
A very special
welcome goes out to our silver sponsor, St. Vincent Charity Hospital; their
support is much appreciated. Kudos to
two growing teams: the Sherwin Steppers from the Sherwin-Williams Company and
the City of Lakewood Firefighters. Keep
those numbers on the rise by recruiting new members to your team for the
Volleyball tournaments are being
planned at Cleveland Plays; it’s a good way to earn money for your teams so
watch for news on the website – www.ClimbCleveland.org.
Keep on climbing!
Team Challenge Winners!
you to all the teams for participating in the challenge. There was a tie! The Grand Prize winning teams to receive
Fight For Air Climb T-shirts are:
News Stairs and Climbatize both teams will receive the Grand Prize for
recruiting the most team members (9 members each).
following teams have won Fight For Air Climb Car Decals for the whole team for
recruiting 5 + members:
Firefighters (8 new members)
Stair Stars/Henry Ford Health System (6 new members)
Hot Steppers (6 new members)
Team Building Tip
Social Networking such as; Twitter and Facebook. Join the Fight For Air Climb Fan
Page and follow the Climb on Twitter @fight4airclimbs. Ask people in your social and professional
networks to join the Fan Page and your climb team. You can post a link to your Team Webpage,
talk about upcoming team events or trainings all on the Fan
your personal fundraising page. Post a
picture from last year’s climb or you while training. Add your personal story
so donors know why you are climbing and why they should donate to you. You can even add a video or start a
blog. If you are having trouble
accessing your personal page, contact your local climb manager.
Apple cider vinegar helps with soreness from
stair climbing. You can purchase it at the grocery store. Pour 1
cup to 2 cups in a warm bath water and soak for about 20 minutes. It is an
alternative to help with soreness or heavy legs.