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Newmark Knight Frank's Chris Mongeluzo has begun raising funds for The100MileMan Foundation, which has teamed with the Fund For Public Schools to provide college scholarships for NYC inner-city students.

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Caption: Newmark Knight Frank's Chris Mongeluzo (pictured above with his son, Jake) has begun raising funds for The100MileMan Foundation, which has teamed with the Fund For Public Schools to provide college scholarships for NYC inner-city students. On Sept. 12 he will bike 100 miles from NYC to The Hamptons to raise money for the cause. To donate online, please cut and paste the following link into your web browser http://www.active.com/donate/ the100mileman/mongeluzo and follow the easy instructions to donate online. Any amount you donate will be greatly appreciated. Mongeluzo will match the total contributions donated by others to the Fund. In the alternative, you can send a check made out to The 100 MileMan Foundation to: Chris Mongeluzo25 The Loch Roslyn NY 11576.
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Date:Aug 12, 2009
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