News RoomMonday, February 10, 2014
The inaugural Fort HealthCare Frosty Rock Challenge, held on Saturday, November 16 was a great success, in part due to the more than 250 individuals who participated in the 5K run/walk or ran in the 12K mixed road and trail event that included Dorothy Carnes Park in Fort Atkinson. The Frosty Rock Challenge was presented by Fort HealthCare Therapy & Sport Center, Fort HealthCare Orthopaedic Associates and Fort HealthCare Integrated Family Care. Proceeds for the event benefitted Tomorrow's Hope, whose mission it is to foster health related research, education and support activities that have a direct impact on area individuals touched by Alzheimer's, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, seizure disorders and other life-limiting illnesses. Recently, a check was presented to Tomorrow’s Hope in the amount of $4,078.15. Shown in the photo are from left to right, Kim McCrea, director of rehabilitation services at Fort HealthCare, Aaron Beck, MD, family practice physician at Fort HealthCare Integrated Family Care, race organizer and physical therapist Amie Ramczyk, Barb Endl, Tomorrow’s Hope executive director and LeAnn Cobler, manager, Fort HealthCare Orthopaedic Associates.