Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Exciting news!

We are happy to announce that I Care I Cure I Cycle now has a 
special designated donation spot on the I Care I Cure website!

No more frustration when trying to make your donations!
Quick, easy, secure and insures that your donation goes directly to
support Uncle Glenn and Uncle Jim as they head down
the Pacific Coast Highway in August!

Just click on the logo below and it will take you directly
to the donation page on the I Care I Cure website.

You can donate 2 ways when you click the YELLOW Donate button:
1)Use your  Paypal account to donate.
2)Click the "continue" link to pay using your credit card.

We are getting excited about this adventure and look 
forward to sharing it with you here!

Saturday, July 19, 2014


We are counting down to the 
Seattle to San Francisco I Care I Cure I Cycle 2014 Event!  
This year Uncle Glenn has a riding partner.. Uncle Jim!

They will embark on the 900+ mile adventure from August 17 to August 29 making approximately 14 stops along the way. Aunt Lynn and Aunt Laurie will be following close behind in the support vehicle.

Some of the stops along the way :
Seattle WA, Elma WA, Astoria OR, Oceanside OR, Waldport OR, Coos Bay OR,
Gold Beach OR, Klamath CA, Loleta CA, Garberville CA, Mendocino CA, Jenner CA,
Larkspur CA, and finally to San Francisco...entering over the Golden Gate Bridge!

 Should be easier going DOWNHILL.. right!?!

You can follow along on the whole adventure with us RIGHT HERE - 
So make sure you sign up for our blog UPDATES (over to the left of this page).

If you are getting this as a blog update, please go to the blog site to sign up:

Thanks for your continued support throughout the years. 
This is a passionate mission for Glenn .. and now Jim. 
We all want you to be aware of the toll childhood cancer takes on 
a family and community and want you to know how you can help.

Here are the facts:
  • 13,500 children 19 and under diagnosed each year in the US.
  • 36 children diagnosed each day.
  • 175,058 children are diagnosed each year worldwide (age 0-14)
Get more facts HERE.

If you care to DONATE , click here and then click DONATE NOW.

Choose the 2nd option ("Honor gift to commemorate a special occasion, person or Uncle Glenn's Ride.). 
That way it is recorded you are supporting I Care I Cure I Cycle. 

We love getting cheered if you are on our route and want to cheer, ride or 

support us please come out and do so! 

Friday, March 14, 2014

"Coasting" Down from Seattle to San Francisco!


Uncle Glenn is planning another big adventure to 
benefit I Cure I Cure in 2014.   This time he will be joined 
by Uncle Jim Beaty!  The two men, Ian’s uncles, will cycle 
from Seattle, Washington to San Francisco, California from 
August 17- 30 to raise awareness and funds for I Care I Cure 
and the need for gentler cures for childhood cancer.   
Watch for more details this spring and summer 
and follow the journey on the blog created by 
Aunt Lynn and Aunt Laurie which will share photos, 
stories and statistics of the bicycle ride down 
the Pacific Coast Highway for two weeks.     

I am sure that you have noticed the blog's new 
and exciting look to compliment our brand new 
logo design created by Lynn's sister,
Laurie Beaty. Thanks, Laurie, you are a genius!

Just a little preview of what we'll be blogging about in August!

Map of our August journey

Our starting point in Seattle, Washington

The Redwood Forest!

Just imagine two lone riders pedaling along this highway!

Majestic Views!

Final destination...San Francisco!

Glenn and Lynn Welcome Uncle Jim to I Care I Cure I Cycle!
This photo was taken on one of the legs of the ride 
up the East Coast Greenway riding in North Carolina.

Laurie and Lynn in Maine last August when we completed the
East Coast Greenway journey.  So happy we will have 
Laurie and Jim with us to travel down the Pacific Coast Highway!

Always remembering our purpose for these rides....

The I Care I Cure Childhood Cancer Foundation supports the development of, and raises public awareness about, cutting-edge, targeted therapies for childhood cancer, so that the treatment of childhood cancer will be gentler and more tolerable. - See more at: 

Tuesday, February 11, 2014


On Sunday, February 9th, Team We Are Family 2014 walked, ran and skipped the length of the 5K after raising an incredible $4000.00 for The I Care I Cure Childhood Cancer Foundation!

We thank all of our wonderful friends and family for 
supporting our effort!   Together we are making great strides in funding research for gentler and more humane targeted therapies for childhood cancer.

Our Team

Front  - Jill Nagiel, Tova Tolman, Miriam Yeamans, Evan Nagiel, Benji Nagiel, Grant Besner, Sara Hirsch
Back - Laurie Beaty, Glenn, Jim Beaty, Steve Tolman, Bruce Yeamans, Shahak Nagiel,
Jerry Tillery, Miles Hirsch, Seth Hirsch, Neil Hirsch, Fletcher Hirsch, Lynn,
Bruce Cohen, Maureen Cohen, Madison Cohen, Brielle Cohen.
Missing Beth Besner, Brad Besner, Noah Besner, Kevin Beaty
Sean Beaty, Deena Yeamans and Gabi Cisco.

Lynn and Glenn - ready to race!

Our Venue, the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida

Ready, Set.....GO!

So proud to be a Platinum Sponsor of the run this year!
Thanks to all who so generously donated to Uncle Glenn's ride 
in 2013!   Watch for details of this year's adventure coming soon!

A new addition to the the event....a spectacular and fun
Color Run!

Our grandson, Benji - Third Place in the 8& Under age group!
So Proud of him!

Grandsons Miles and Evan enjoying their medals
and a post-race snack!

Family Fun Time after the race!
Evan is flying!

More post race fun!
Jerry, Evan, Seth and Miles
Swirl til you're sick!

New logo coming soon!

Friday, January 24, 2014

Almost Race Time!


Dear Family and Friends,
The I Care I Cure Foundation was founded by our sister and brother-in-law, Beth and Brad Besner (along with their friends and family) in honor of our nephew, Ian, who was diagnosed with T-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) in January, 2006, one week before his 11th birthday. Ian was an extraordinary boy who shared his joy and love of life with everyone who met him. Sadly, Ian lost his battle with cancer just four months after his diagnosis suffering during that time the ravages of chemotherapies that were supposed to save his life. 
The I Care I Cure Foundation supports the development of, and raises public awareness about, cutting-edge, targeted therapies for childhood cancer, so that the treatment of childhood cancer will be gentler and more tolerable. By educating the public about scientific breakthroughs in genetic childhood cancer research that are within reach but seriously underfunded, the foundation hopes to quickly raise money to fund research grants and provide seed money to researchers for new studies. 

By sharing with you how close the medical community is to more humane treatment for childhood cancer, we hope that you will want to be part of the effort to fund this ground breaking research so that fewer and fewer children have to suffer as Ian did.

Our family and friends will be participating in the 7th Annual I Care I Cure I Run 5K, Color Run and Family Fun Day in Sunrise, Florida on Sunday, February 9, 2014 which is just a few days after, what would have been, Ian's 19th birthday.   If you will be in Florida at that time, please join our team to walk or run for this important cause. Just let us know that you are interested and we will email you all of the registration details!   If you can't join us for the race, please consider making a donation to this cause that is so very important to our family.
To donate, just go to this website:

Thank you so very much for your continued support!
Lynn and Glenn

Team WE ARE FAMILY! 2014

Proud to announce that I Care I Cure I Cycle is a Platinum Sponsor for the event this year!

From the I Care I Cure website homepage!


The Tannenbaum Family
- See more at: 

Friday, September 27, 2013

End - to - Ender!

Glenn was recognized in the East Coast Greenway 
E-News Newsletter today!

Here is a copy of the article!

Congratulations to Recent ECG End-to-End Riders!
In the past few months, two people have completed bicycle tours of the ECG! Kudos and congratulations to Bob and Glenn!
Dr. Glenn Hirsch of Georgia biked the ECG a section at a time from south to north. He started on November 7, 2009 in Key West and finished on August 12, 2013 in Calais, ME. Glenn rode to raise awareness and funds for I Care I Cure Childhood Cancer Foundation, in memory of his nephew, Ian, who lost his battle with leukemia at age eleven.
His wife, Lynn, also went the whole way providing SAG support and did a blog about Glenn's tour and their other activities to support the childhood cancer foundation.
Glenn Hirsch
A number of family members joined Glenn for the last day of his ride, which was also his and Lynn's 40th wedding anniversary (double congratulations)! Read their sweet blog entry about the end of the ride and see photos here.

Bob Spiegelman of New Hampshire biked the entire ECG between August 2011 and August 2013 (and he rode a couple sections more than once!). He rode with our Week a Year Tour each summer since 2011, covering the sections from the Canadian border to Philadelphia, PA, and in 2012 Bob rode with the Cabot tour from Miami to Portland, ME.
Earlier this year Bob made a trip south to ride the Florida Keys section, and a short stretch in North Carolina that the Cabot tour had to miss due to a tropical storm. Bob raised funds for the ECG during the Cabot and Week a Year tours, raising over $10,000 in the past two years!
Congratulations Glenn, Lynn, and Bob! We are so glad to have you as End-to-Enders!

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Please help I Care I Cure fund research for gentler and 
more humane treatments for childhood cancers!

Gold is the new Pink!  

Gold: The New Pink exists, not to take away from the efforts that have been made to advance 
the cause of breast cancer awareness or to suggest that breast cancer awareness is not as important, 
but rather to elevate the cause of childhood cancer to equal stature.

Raising public awareness about childhood cancer and encouraging people 
to move from awareness to action!

Thursday, August 29, 2013

I Care I Cure I COOK!

Just wanted to share another great I Care I Cure Event!
If you live in South Florida or will be visiting there, get your tickets now!
They are going quickly!

We are thrilled to be joined by top chefs Norman Van Aken, Dena Marino, Max Santiago, Michael Moran and Vince Navarrete who will present an incredible and unique culinary and wine experience. Each will prepare, and teach how to prepare, a course you will dine on that same evening with an enhancing wine pairing for each of the courses. In addition, the event will begin with a specialty cocktail reception, many surprise features, and a silent and live auction. We will dine under the stars with a stunning view of the Miami skyline at the Skyline Terrace at the Marlins Park in Miami, Florida. We are very grateful to have such prominent chefs be willing to help us raise funds for the very important mission of I Care I Cure Childhood Cancer Foundation to fund research to find better, less toxic treatments for childhood cancer. We hope you will join us at this inaugural event beginning at 5:30 pm. There will be a limited number of tickets available for sale so we encourage you to purchase your tickets online and early!

Monday, August 19, 2013

Family "Fun" Raising!

After 13 days in Maine, we arrived home on Saturday night.
We had an exhausting, exhilarating, emotional, exciting, excellent adventure!

Before we even left Maine, our grandsons decided that they wanted to
have a Lemonade Stand to raise funds for I Care I Cure when we 
returned to Georgia so the planning began and we put all of the
plans into action today...with TWO Lemonade Stands!

We started at 10:30 this morning at Glenn's office with our first
Lemonade Stand.  Benji, Evan, Miles and Fletcher charmed the
staff and patients with their salesmanship and pouring skills!

We're all set and ready to serve up Lemonade, Iced Tea and Cookies! 

Benji, Evan and Miles getting ready for the crowd to arrive!

Benji was the lead salesman and explained to our customers what we
were doing and why I Care I Cure is so important to our family.

Benji and Fletcher take a break from the action

Sara, Evan and Miles say " Lemonade Stand" to smile for the camera.

Evan and Miles taste testing the cookies.....
They approve!

Pouring the drinks for the customers was fun for all.
Miles caught on quickly!

Evan took charge of the Iced Tea pouring here

Now a taste test of the lemonade by Evan :)

Miles makes sure that the lemonade is good enough to serve!

Pa, with Fletcher, takes a break from
work to watch the boys in action!

After 4 1/2 hours of serving and explaining I Care I Cure,
Benji and Evan took a technology break! 

Benji serves some friendly customers :)

We left the office at 1:40 and had plenty of lemonade, iced tea 
and cookies left so we invited friends and neighbors in our
condo building to stop by from 4-6 for the Benji and Evan
Lemonade Stand Part 2!

New venue, same yummy treats!

Evan and Benji....Service with a smile!

Evan is STILL doing "quality control" on our products

Benji preferred the Green Tea with Honey and Ginger

It's all about the presentation!

A little lemonade stand turned into two events today and a very
impressive "FUN" raising total of $500.00.

Thanks to Benji for the idea and to Evan, Miles, Fletcher and
Sara for helping to make it happen today!

A big thanks to all of the wonderful people who were so
sweet, patient and generous while visiting our Lemonade
Stands....some even just made a donation without taking 
a drink or a cookie.   They just wanted to help support the cause!

It's not too late to donate!
We are slowly edging toward our goal of $10,000 for this 
last segment of the ride.   I'll check on our total next week and 
do one more post to let you know how we are doing.
As always, thanks for your support and encouragement!