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  Rutgers Night  

WNBA Liberty vs. Lynx
Portion benefits Team Legrand
August 28, 2015
Madison Square Garden, NY
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  Dr. Dan Gottlieb  

Dr. Dan on ... Faith
Wednesday, September 2, 2015 3PM ET
Online Discussion
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  Caregiver Day Houston  

Caregiver Day Boston
Sunday, September 20, 2015
Abilities Expo Boston, MA
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  An Evening with Eric LeGrand Benefit  

An Evening with Eric LeGrand
Benefit for Team LeGrand

Thursday, October 1, 2015
Fiddler's Elbow Country Club, NJ
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  Team Reeve Chicago  

Team Reeve Chicago
2015 Chicago Marathon
October 11, 2015
Chicago, IL
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  Team Reeve NYC  

Team Reeve NYC
2015 TCS New York City Marathon
November 1, 2015
NY, NY
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