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Harbor to the Bay 2016 Raised More Than $283K For Fenway Health

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Harbor to the Bay (H2B) President and Club Cafe owner James Morgrage visited Fenway Health this week to present a check for this year’s H2B funds raised from this year’s ride. Team Fenway and Team YLC raised over $283,000 for September’s 14th Annual H2B Ride, which was the second most financially successful H2B ride ever! All the funds raised by Team Fenway and Team YLC will go towards supporting the lifesaving programs and services of Fenway Health. We’d like to offer a heartfelt thank you to everyone who biked, crewed, and donated this year. Their dedication to the cause of 
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H2B Rider Spotlight: Carl Sciortino

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From the State House to the shores of Provincetown, there’s nowhere that Carl Sciortino, Executive Director of the AIDS Action Committee, won’t go to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS. On September 17, Carl will be strapping on his helmet and joining hundreds of dedicated riders and crew members for the 14th Annual Harbor to the Bay (H2B) bike ride. Carl’s passion for AIDS advocacy long predates his leadership position at AIDS Action Committee. He was a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 2005 to 2014, when he stepped down to become AIDS Action’s Executive Director. While in office, Carl 
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H2B Crew Member Spotlight: Mikhaela Houston

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Harbor to the Bay (H2B) – a yearly charity bike ride from Boston to Provincetown to raise money for HIV/AIDS organizations – has a dedicated base of veteran riders and volunteers that make up the H2B family. Like in any family, H2B is always changing and growing, with new additions making it stronger each year. Mikhaela Houston, a first time H2B crew member this year, is excited to join the people who help make this event – and its lifesaving fundraising – such a success. Mikhaela first heard about H2B when she was volunteering at this year’s AIDS Walk Boston 
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H2B Crew Member Spotlight: Andy Huang

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The 14th Harbor to the Bay (H2B) charity bike ride, which supports AIDS Action Committee and other Massachusetts HIV/AIDS organizations, is a little over a month away. Even if you’re not quite ready to ride this year, you can still get involved as a pitstop crew member. Our crew members serve a critical role during H2B – with no training necessary! Andy Huang, one of H2B’s many dedicated crew members, will be on hand September 17 to make sure riders have plenty of snacks, water, and, most importantly, enthusiastic encouragement during their journeys from Boston to Provincetown. Andy first became 
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14 Great Reasons to Love Harbor to the Bay

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It’s that time of the year again: the 14th annual Harbor to the Bay (H2B) charity bike ride is almost upon us! In support and encouragement of Fenway Health’s riders and crew, here are 14 reasons why H2B is a fantastic event. 1.) 100% of proceeds go to charity. In non-mathematical terms…that’s all of it. 2.) H2B has raised over $4 million since its launch in 2003. That money has helped support four local HIV/AIDS organizations, including Fenway Health! 3.) H2B riders cover some serious distance. Participants can opt for a 68 mile or a 126 mile bike ride between 
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