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Chanhassen Fire Dept. - 2013 Fight For Air Climb - Adam Norcutt's Personal Page
Susan and Paul
Stella, Monte, Zeke, and Zoe
Mr. Adam Lee Norcutt
In 2012 the Chanhassen Fire Dept was the highest fund raising fire dept in MN. In 2013, we'd like to keep that streak alive and surpass our success in 2012!
On February 23, 2013, I will be climbing 30 floors/660 steps of the Accenture Tower in Minneapolis in full firefighting turnout gear to raise money for the American Lung Association. Along with me will be fellow Chanhassen Fire Department brethren, other fire departments from all over MN, and the general public looking for an intense challenge.
We all know people that have been affected by respiratory disorders and diseases, perhaps some of you reading this are even impacted by one of these diseases right now. Even for me, the fight for air hits close to home, my wife, Jenny, has battled asthma her whole life and takes a whole host of intense medications in order to just manage her asthma. She has good days and bad with asthma and raising money to find better treatments and cures for these diseases is of utmost importance.
Working as an FF/EMT for the past 5 years has shown me how serious some of these diseases can be and raising money to find treatments and cures to these diseases is essential. If you could please donate to this worthy cause, click the donate link on my personal page. The donations are tax deductible. Thank you for your support for the 2011 Fight for Air Climb and contact me with any questions.
"No one should struggle to breathe. That is why I am climbing in the Fight For Air Climb."