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Eighth Annual Paddle For Pink Raises $650,000 For Breast Cancer Research

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Paddle for Pink Co-Founder Larry Baum addresses the crowd as his wife Maria and Celebrity Chef and Guest of Honor Katie Lee look on prior to the start of the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Paddle for Pink Co-Founder Larry Baum addresses the crowd as his wife Maria and Celebrity Chef and Guest of Honor Katie Lee look on prior to the start of the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Paddle for Pink founders Larry and Maria Baum with Celebrity Guest of Honor Katie Lee prior to the start of the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Paddle for Pink founders Larry and Maria Baum with Celebrity Guest of Honor Katie Lee prior to the start of the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Chris Orr on the water with his paddleboard partner Penelope during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Chris Orr on the water with his paddleboard partner Penelope during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Ari Weller readies himself prior to the start of the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Ari Weller readies himself prior to the start of the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Bitte Pedersen during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Bitte Pedersen during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

3-Mile First Place Female Winner Taryn Berkett (with a time of 43:41) crosses the finish line during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

3-Mile First Place Female Winner Taryn Berkett (with a time of 43:41) crosses the finish line during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Paddlers make their way to the starting line during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Paddlers make their way to the starting line during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

3-Mile Third Place Winner Simon Davey, First Place Winner Chris Hanson (with a time of 38:59) and Second Place Winner Ari Weller during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

3-Mile Third Place Winner Simon Davey, First Place Winner Chris Hanson (with a time of 38:59) and Second Place Winner Ari Weller during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Paddlers leave the starting line during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Paddlers leave the starting line during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Sean and Liam Attebury walk to the water to paddle together for the very first time as father and son prior to the start of the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Sean and Liam Attebury walk to the water to paddle together for the very first time as father and son prior to the start of the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Kids participate in the children's paddleboard race during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Kids participate in the children's paddleboard race during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

6-Mile Race Winner Michael Fithian crosses the finish line during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

6-Mile Race Winner Michael Fithian crosses the finish line during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Matthew Plourde accepts a bottle of water from 2-1/2-year-old Mia Pardo as he crosses the finish line during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Matthew Plourde accepts a bottle of water from 2-1/2-year-old Mia Pardo as he crosses the finish line during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Alice Geirsson, 11, crosses the finish line as the winner of the children's paddleboard race during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Alice Geirsson, 11, crosses the finish line as the winner of the children's paddleboard race during the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Zach and Jim Rothwell prepare for their paddle prior to the start of the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

Zach and Jim Rothwell prepare for their paddle prior to the start of the annual Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach on Saturday morning.

authorStaff Writer on Aug 5, 2019
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation raised $650,000 at the eighth annual Hamptons Paddle for Pink at Havens Beach in Sag Harbor on Saturday. The summer fundrasier was hosted by author,... more

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