Walkathon Sponsor Spotlight: Shrub Oak International School

Shrub Oak International School returns as a Silver Sponsor for the fourth year in a row. Shrub Oak International School is a therapeutic day and boarding school for students ages 8-30 on the autism spectrum who face complex challenges and have high personal attention needs. Located on 127 gated acres less than one hour from

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Humans of BluePath: Lynne and Russ Post, Puppy Raisers

Lynne and Russ Post have always been passionate about dogs and spent much of their lives training guide dogs for people with vision loss. After relocating to Chesapeake, Virginia, they owned and operated ChalQuest Boarding and Training Kennels for 15 years. From their current home in Bristol, TN, the Posts are members of “Otto’s pack,”

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Walkathon Sponsor Spotlight: RISE

RISE is a Regeneron peer community that provides the opportunity to establish personal connections, share internal and external resources, and participate in educational and volunteering opportunities to increase awareness, build and promote resilience in staff members and their families. Resilience is viewed as a dynamic process of meeting challenges without stigma, giving permission to feel, and finding healthy strategies to keep moving. RISE recently shared these

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Walkathon Sponsor Highlight: PCSB Bank

Leslie Dellipaoli, Jefferson Valley’s Branch Manager, and her kids at BluePath’s 2019 Walkathon. PCSB Bank has served customers in the Lower Hudson Valley of New York State since 1871. They have 15 branch offices located throughout Dutchess, Putnam, Rockland and Westchester Counties. The bank returns as a Walkathon Sponsor for the third consecutive year. PCSB Bank

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Dear Ali,

by Jill Holtman When I became your puppy raiser, the day that you would be leaving to go into formal service training seemed so far off. You were just five months old when you came to live here. Time always goes by so fast with everything, and with you it’s been no different. I blinked,

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