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Scenes From Inaugural Meeting Of 100 Men Who Care

on April 14, 2019 - 8:24am

The founders of 100 Men Who Care – Los Alamos gather at the first quarterly meeting of their newly formed organization Thursday at UNM-LA. From left, Andrew Harnden, Tony Mitchell, David Izraelevitz, Bob Harmon, Ryan Tatro, Evan Spence and Todd Nelson (not pictured). The seven men are participants in the 2018-19 Leadership Los Alamos program and decided to form the 100 Men Who Care organization as their class project. The group is coordinating its efforts with 100 Women Who Care – Los Alamos, and have talked about doing some joint activities. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

Men who care from left, David Izraelevitz, Morrie Pongratz and Steve Boerigter. Each quarterly meeting of 100 Men Who Care begins with a 30-minute social with simple food and drink. Three organizations are selected in advance to make a five-minute presentation. The group then votes on the one with the most compelling need and each writes a check for $100 directly to the selected organization. LA Cares was selected at the inaugural meeting Thursday and received $3,000 from the men gathered. The 100 Men Who Care model is a simple and fun way for men to spend a little bit of time together and make a big difference to the community. For more information, visit www.100menwhocarelosalamos.org. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

Scene from 100 Men Who Care – Los Alamos inaugural meeting Thursday at UNM-LA. Photo by Tony Mitchell

Scene from 100 Men Who Care Thursday at UNM-LA. Wendee Brunish chats with some of the men before giving a presentation on the needs of the Los Alamos Friends of the Shelter and Companion Animals nonprofit. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

Scene from the 100 Men Who Care – Los Alamos inaugural meeting Thursday at UNM-LA as co-founder David Izraelevitz addresses the crowd. Photo by Tony Mitchell

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