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SBJ/September 30 - October 6, 2002/For The Record
Published September 30, 2002
Lea Ann Parsley, a silver medalist at the 2002 Salt Lake City Games in skeleton and the 1999 Ohio Firefighter of the Year, helped the fourth annual Arby's Charity Tour Cleveland raise $125,000 for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cleveland and the Arby's Foundation.
Members of the Carolina Hurricanes Community Relations staff helped distribute sports equipment, donated by Hurricanes employees, on Sept. 20 at Oxford Manor Achievement School in Durham, N.C. The Hurricanes were aided in the project by Todd Lewis of EMC-2, a local provider of storage systems, software and services.
The Visa Champions Creating Champions program, in which 30 Olympic and national team athletes are matched with Park City and Salt Lake City, Utah, youths in a mentoring program, was introduced Sept. 25 at Utah Olympic Park.
Source: Street & Smith's SportsBusiness Journal research