We came ready to shop to support Mamie’s Mile and the National Down Syndrome Society. Created by Elizabeth Manresa and her husband Teddy Eynon the annual event kicks off the Spring race that is ran in memory of the couple’s daughter Mamie Grace. Photos by REVAMP
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Friends, family and Washington media stepped out for Mamie’s Mile and helped raise $10,000 for charity! The 1 mile charity walk is hosted by former CNN reporter and loving mother Elizabeth Manresa and husband Teddy Eynon. The couple lost one of two twins, Mamie Grace (4 months old) due to complications from heart surgery and started the walk to benefit Children’s National Medical Center. More at wusa9…
DONATE: The National Children’s Hospital
Rebecca Cooper, Elizabeth Manresa and Suzanne Kennedy
Baby Adora and Daddy
Former CNN reporter Elizabeth Manresa and her husband Teddy Eynon hosted Monaco Nights to benefit Mamie’s Mile. 10% of the night’s sales at Bloomingdale’s Chevy Chase went to the organization that helps Childrens Hospital. Mamie’s Mile honors the memory of Elizabeth and Teddy’s beautiful daughter Mamie Grace. Mamie passed away at only 4 months following a brave fight and complications from heart surgery.
REGISTER: Mamie’s Mile May 14th in DC
A media power group came out to support the kick-off for the annual Mamie’s Mile walk on May 14th. Shopping for the cause: Event co-chairs Amy & Bret Baier, CNN’s beautiful and expecting Dana Bash, CNN’s Ed Henry & Brianna Keilar, ABC7′s Rebecca Cooper, Greta Kreuz and Suzanne Kennedy, FOX5′s Laura Evans, Dr. Alex Naini, Pamela Sorensen and Dana Perino. Visit Revamp.com for more photos from the night.
Topp-I-Am also better known as WUSA’s weatherman Topper Shutt helped our newsteam to victory at the 30th Anniversary of ChildHelp’s Capitol CAREaoke. Held at the Ronald Reagan building the event raised thousands to end child abuse… thanks to some very brave media personalities. Check out this awesome video shot by WUSA contributor Leigh Macdonald. It includes Teddy Eynon who had the courage to share his heartbreaking story of surviving abuse as a child.
Jim Angle leads the FNC’s team
Our social media butterflies Pamela Sorensen and Kate Michael sang with the ‘Scene Setters’ group
Leigh Macdonald with the voice of the CAPS Wes Johnson
With event founder and dear friend Rebecca Cooper and extreme soloist Luke Russert who won the crowd over with his crazy rendition of Born to Run.