Capital Camera: Fish For A Cure holds Captain's Party

Written by: JSK Financial

Topics: Giving Back

The Capital Gazette published the following article on November 20, 2013.

From left, Jim Kantowski; Ken Scaturro; Tom George; Randy Belote, vice president of strategic communications at Northrop Grumman; Rob Schurr; Tom Jones, vice president of undersea systems at Northrop Grumman; Greg Lilly; Mike Cassidy; Mike Cassidy; Jenny Kantowski; and Ernie Arizzi, program manager at Northrop Grumman and Fish For A Cure angler.

Fish For A Cure held a Captain's Party for the fundraiser on Oct. 30 and opened the evening by sharing some history, words of thanks to all involved and the current fundraising figures. A family facing a battle with cancer shared how, through Anne Arundel Medical Center’s programs, Fish For A Cure dollars directly helped them navigate their challenges. A fishing expert then shared information on November rockfish habits and behaviors and answered angler’s questions.

From left, Jim Kantowski; Amy Vance, nurse navigator at Anne Arundel Medical Center; Cathy Copertino, executive director of the Geaton and JoAnn DeCesaris Cancer Institute at AAMC; Molly Mulder, nutritionist at AAMC; Stacey Stewart; and Chad Stewart.

An additional highlight of the evening was news of a $10,000 donation from Northrop Grumman, Fish For A Cure’s largest single donation to date. At the time of the Captain’s Party, more than $140,000 had already been raised for a 2013 donation to the Geaton and JoAnn DeCesaris Cancer Institute at Anne Arundel Medical Center. Fish For A Cure has raised over $400,000 to directly support cancer patients and for cancer research since 2008.

From left, Todd Spencer; Greg Lilly; Mariam Bahrami, captain of Kingfisher and doctor at Anne Arundel Medical Center; Ted Deppe, captain of Kingfisher and winner of the White Marlin Open.

To learn more about Fish For A Cure, please follow this link.

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