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.

Tag: Support

20 Mar
2015
You’re invited to my Boston Marathon – Be a part of this vision

By Randy Pierce "Eventually you learn that the competition is against the little voice inside you that wants you to quit" -- George

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07 Mar
2015
Peak Potential planning starts soon and we need help. Can you? Will you?

By Randy Pierce Five successful years of hosting our Annual Peak Potential Charity Dinner and Auction has provided tremendous financial

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10 Jan
2015
First steps with visual impairment – For you or someone you know

By Randy Pierce “Going blind is much harder than being blind”  Most of us learn to depend extensively upon our sight When that

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24 Nov
2014
Paying it forward: Thoughts on Peak Potential 2014

By Kim Kett Johnson On Saturday night my husband Todd and I were fortunate enough to attend our 5th Peak Potential dinner and auction put

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15 Nov
2014
A few moments with Bud

By Randy Pierce We are all time travelers in our steady forward journey, but time does not always seem as consistent through the years

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08 Nov
2014
Veterans Day isn’t so special!

By Randy Pierce My vision of Veterans Day is from my youth with fog encroaching on a chill morning over a memorial in my hometown of

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01 Nov
2014
The time is now for your part in our Fifth Annual Peak Potential!

By Randy Pierce November 22 we will host our Fifth Annual Peak Potential Event and with so little time left much of the preparation is

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27 Sep
2014
Seeing the hardest part of going blind

By Randy Pierce Many people managing vision loss are uncomfortable with the word "blind" Whether it’s a more horrific imagined final

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13 Sep
2014
Just an Autumn Day in the Life

By Randy Pierce Today is Tuesday, September 9 – at least it is as I write this After posting a couple of topic options on my

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30 Aug
2014
Who is on your team?

By Randy Pierce TEAM – Together Everyone Achieves More I hear many kind words about inspiration and accomplishment It should be no

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14 Jun
2014
A Peak at this year’s “Potential”

By Randy Pierce and Erin DesMarais Randy here I’d like to announce our Fifth Annual Peak Potential Dinner and Auction! Save the

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24 May
2014
Blood saves lives: Please make this gift!

By Randy Pierce I cannot give blood as the nature of my medical condition prevents the Red Cross from using it However, I can and will

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26 Apr
2014
The donation difference – A plea and our thanks!

By Randy Pierce Recently the Hollis Upper Elementary School honored our charity with the donation of the funds they raised in their

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08 Mar
2014
Guest Blog: Waypoint Adventure! It’s all about access

By Rick Stevenson Access:  (n) - the ability, right, or permission to approach, enter, speak with, or use; admittance

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22 Feb
2014
No school vacation for our outreach to schools

By Randy Pierce We consider our school presentations to be a core part of our Mission for 2020 Vision Quest We’re proud to announce

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20 Feb
2014
A Guide Dog story: Winter storms still present as Autumn arrives in New England

Guiding Eyes shares fantastic news and begins a new chapter in Randy's and Tracy’s lives! By Randy Pierce “Every new beginning comes

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08 Feb
2014
Join our Presentation: Never Run Out of Inspiration

By Randy Pierce On March 1, I’ll briefly present at a fundraiser for my friend Christine Houde and her team who are running the Boston

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01 Feb
2014
Read Between the Lions

By Randy Pierce While "I am Lion” as I write this feature, I’m ever so proud to be a part of an excellent group and suggest you

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18 Jan
2014
A year of stepping stone goals

By Randy Pierce I am choosing to use 2014 to reach for many goals, some of which are known to me and some which will be developed along the

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10 Dec
2013
A special kind of birthday gift

By Randy Pierce I freely admit that it is more challenging right now for me to sit and write on any topic without Quinn dominating my

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