From left: Peter Grollman, Senior Vice President, CHOP Public Affairs; Mike Stack, Commonwealth of PA Lieutenant Governor; Joe Scarnati, Senate President Pro Tempore; Amy Scarnati; and Jonathan Hood, State and Local Government Affairs Manager, CHOP.
For the eighth year in a row, Pennsylvania Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati, along with Lt. Gov. Mike Stack, hosted a three-day, 100-mile charity bike ride from Gettysburg to Annville. The Scarnati/Stack 100 benefits Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, and Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital. This year’s fundraising total of over $103,000 brought the eight-year total to more than $1 million dollars.
Representing CHOP on their bikes were Peter Grollman, Senior Vice President, Public Affairs, and Jonathan Hood, State and Local Government Affairs Manager.
On behalf of the patients we serve, we would like to extend a sincere thank you to Senator Scarnati and his wife Amy, Lt. Gov. Stack, and to all of those who have supported the event in the last eight years by participating or donating.
If you have any questions about state or local government affairs issues affecting CHOP, please contact Jonathan Hood.