A wide shot of the Andes Mountains with a snow covered Mt. Ausangate in the center. The 2020 team of eleven are hiking in the foreground on a beautiful day.

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30 Dec
2012
Celebrate 2012: truly a year on the peaks for Randy Pierce and 2020 Vision Quest

By Jim Caron When Randy Pierce started 2020 Vision Quest in 2010, he could never have guessed what successes would be accomplished in the

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22 Dec
2012
Happy Holidays from 2020 Vision Quest!

By Randy Pierce Christmas, the Winter Solstice, and possibly the Mayan End of the World (which is still yet to come as I write this) all

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15 Dec
2012
Thank you to our 2020 Vision Quest staff!

By Randy Pierce “Volunteers are not paid; not because they are worthless but because they are priceless!” Immersed in the holiday

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01 Dec
2012
When Opportunity Knocks…

By Randy Pierce “While the optimist and pessimist argue about the fullness of the glass, the opportunist enjoys a refreshing drink!” In

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19 Nov
2012
Peak Potential 2012: A Success Despite Sorrow

By Beth Foote On Saturday night we held our 3rd annual Peak Potential Charity Dinner and Auction This year we had a record turnout of

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10 Nov
2012
Teamwork Brings 2020 Vision Quest to Coos County!

By Randy Pierce While we have now presented in front of more than 16,000 students, we are striving to ensure we can continue to provide

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06 Oct
2012
A Kidney for Maria: Facebook Made a Difference, Will You?

By Randy Pierce When faced with his wife’s desperate need for a kidney, Bill Flannery created the Facebook page, “A Kidney for

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22 Sep
2012
Schedule Us for a Corporate Presentation

By Randy Pierce Corporate presentations and keynote public speaking events have become a significant part of the 2020 Vision Quest

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15 Sep
2012
Falling for Quinn: An Insider’s Scoop!

By Randy Pierce Autumn is sneaking into the air and the fall season brought some big news to the 2020 VQ team of Quinn lovers The

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25 Aug
2012
ABC Back to School Special!

By Randy Pierce As the summer slips towards the horizon, we at 2020 Vision Quest begin preparations for a return to school presentations

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18 Aug
2012
Peak Potential: Your Table is Ready and We Need Your Support!

By Randy Pierce On November 17, 2012, we’ll hold our third Peak Potential Annual Charity Dinner and Auction at the Derryfield in

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11 Aug
2012
The Marvel of “Four More Feet”

By Randy Pierce This past winter, I set out to summit all 48 of New Hampshire’s peaks over 4,000 feet high in just one single winter

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04 Aug
2012
Health Returns in the Inspiring Adventures of Tom and Atticus!

By Randy Pierce First and foremost, Quinn and I wish to send our best wishes for a return to full health for our canine friend Atticus! It

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28 Jul
2012
Inspirational UpReach — Horses Helping to Bring Hope

By Randy Pierce What does it take to give that spark of hope--better still, to ignite a passionate fire of inspiration The simple truth is

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07 Jul
2012
Patriotic Pup Does “Just a 5K”

By Randy Pierce Quinn and I hoisted the harness to run the July 3 “Finish at the 50” road race I always appreciate and am in awe at

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17 Jun
2012
Did You Mean It?

By Randy Pierce “A goal without a plan is just a wish” Antoine de Saint-Exupery, French writer (1900 - 1944 Detailed Biography) Have

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09 Jun
2012
You Inspire Me!

By Randy Pierce On May 31, I had walked roughly 54 miles in 22 effectively consecutive hours (less meals and bathrooms) with the final

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02 Jun
2012
Thank you and a challenge!

By Tracy Pierce Randy’s preparations for his ambitious 100-mile walk afforded me the opportunity to write a guest blog this week As I

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21 May
2012
100 Miles of Celebration to Share for a Century of Making a Difference – Help us, Join us!

By Randy Pierce I’m told that for folks to join in help for a cause, they need to believe in the full measure of the need They need to

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14 May
2012
“Is that Dog Blind?” Yes, Actually He Is!

By Randy Pierce I’ve frequently been asked by some very young students meeting Quinn: “Is that a blind dog” While that typical

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