Bill’s Race to Beat Amyloid


Help raise money and awareness for a rare disease that took the life of longtime ski instructor Bill Cunningham, who had a more than 30-year affiliation with Cannon Mountain as an instructor, director, assistant & technical director. Before New Hampshire’s parks department took over the ski school, Cunningham and his wife, Carol, were part owners of the then Franconia Ski School. 

One of the reasons the event is being held Carol said, is to raise awareness about Amyloid, and to help spread the word so people who may have kidney and liver problems caused by the rare disorder can press to have further testing done. The race is open to all ages.

 

When:

March 2, 2019

 

Where:

Family Room (yellow room), lower level of the Peabody Base Lodge

260 Tramway Drive, Franconia, New Hampshire

 

Bill’s Race To Beat Amyloid

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