Vornado DC chief Mitchell Schear
will pay $50
to Higher Achievement
for each of first 40 riders who sign up for each of five special sessions
in early April at the new Flywheel in DC
. (In other words, he'll donate $10,000 for 200 riders.
) Check out this flyer
for the session dates and full details. You'll get fit,
and help a wonderful program that assists middle schoolers
from at-risk communities
build their learning skills. Above, the leaders of last year's annual gala
to support it: Mitchell
(third from left) and EagleBank CEO Ron Paul
(second from right), with Fried Frank's Barry Nigro
, Higher Achievement's Katherine Roboff
, CBRE's Meredith LaPier
; First Potomac Realty CEO Doug Donatelli
, LSM starchitect Debra Lehman-Smith
, and Dweck Family Foundation's Nora Dweck-McMullen
. To all of them, huge thanks!
And to all of you as well who support this great cause!