2nd Annual Kids Swim for Dyslexia Relay in Galveston Bay with Kerry Swims-for-Dyslexia Yonushonis

Between May 19 – 21, 2017, weather dependent, a team of student swimmers will attempt a historic open water swim by swimming the length of Galveston Island in the Gulf of Mexico. The distance is approximately 30 miles, with each swimmer completing a portion of the swim in a rotating relay format. All of the swimmers have dyslexia or have a family member / friend with dyslexia they are supporting.

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Bruins, Bratwurst and (root) Beers

An intimate fundraising event with two of Boston's finest + 45-minute conversation with Brad and Dominic (what it takes to become a professional athlete and the responsibility it carries) + 45-minute Scrimmage: Team Marchand vs Team Moore (player lines will be divided by skill level & will receive equal ice time).

February 3rd, 6-8 pm Cambridge location Only 24 Ticket Packages will be sold Ticket Package = Student Skater + Parent Attendee $1,000 (tax-deductible) Contact us to purchase tickets.

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1st Annual Kids Swim for Dyslexia Relay in Galveston Bay with Kerry Swims-for-Dyslexia Yonushonis

On October 10, 2016, weather dependent, a group of dyslexic youth swimmers will join marathon open water swimmers, Kerry Yonushonis and Katy Dooley, for a 1st Annual Kids Swim for Dyslexia Relay in Galveston Bay. The distance is approximately 6 miles in total, with each swimmer accomplishing a portion of the distance in a fun, non-competitive swim to raise awareness of the strengths and grit of dyslexics.

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Southern California Public Radio: Swimmers face dark, cold ocean in 20-mile swim from Catalina to Palos Verdes

Catalina Island is a popular Southern California day trip. Catch a ferry to the island, and in about an hour, you're there, looking back at the mainland about 20 miles away. But Catalina is also a destination for a feat of athletic endurance: a very long, cold, dark ocean swim from the island back to the shores of Palos Verdes.

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Daily News of Open Water Swimming: Dean Bragonier, Kerry Yonushonis' Bicoastal Challenge

Dean Bragonier and Kerry Yonushonis are teaming up to create and complete the Bicoastal Aquathon, a series of two charity swims to raise awareness and funds to fight dyslexia. The Bicoastal Aquathon includes two separate open water swims on both the West Coast and East Coast of America in August. It includes the Bicoastal Relay Team that comprises of dyslexic students who will swim a 4.2-mile relay along the coast of Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts led by Bragonier* and Kerry Swims For Dyslexia, a 22-mile crossing from Santa Catalina Island to Long Beach, California by Yonushonis.

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