Perkins & Anctil is pleased to support our managing partner Rob Anctil, attorney Rhonda Duddy and special project manager Pia Anctil as they ride in the Pan Mass Challenge this weekend. Joining them on the ride will be Attorney Kim Alley’s husband, Chris Alley and Attorney Scott Eriksen’s father in law Hyung Park. Paralegal Joanne Smith will be volunteering along with Rob Anctil’s daughter, Kendra.
Riding bicycles, jogging and walking in exchange for charitable donations has become a popular interest but the Pan-Mass was among the first to leverage the idea in 1980 and remains one of the most successful ones ever. This year the PMC goal is to raise 48 million dollars and will mark Rob’s 10th consecutive ride of 194 miles from Sturbridge to Provincetown on Cape Cod. This will be the first ride for Chris, Hyung, Rhonda and Pia. Readers who would like to donate to Rob, a perennial “Heavy Hitter” in terms of fund raising, can click here: http://profile.pmc.org/RA0055. 100% of your donations go to Dana-Farber. The P&A group hopes to raise $40,000!