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rience, with 3 full marathons under his belt. Some in the ultra-running community were in an uproar when they found out the 7in7on7 plan, perhaps out of fear for the men’s health, but perhaps they were only afraid to be outdone. It seems they were. As Cuddihy wrote in an email to friends and contributors to his race, as a result of their effort to run an incredible 350 kilometers each, “there are kids in Uganda with a roof over their heads and beds to sleep in.” A nine-bed home was built by volunteers with money the 7in7on7 team helped raised for Isaac’s House. To date, the runners have raised $15,000. They emailed 1,000 people, asking each to forward the email to seven other people, and donate $1 online. In theory, if everyone donated,

that would raise $13 million dollars. Their goal was only $250,000, so they had high hopes that things would go well. They were not nearly as successful as they had hoped, but were grateful to those who made donations, allowing the work through Isaac’s House. Now, what is left for these adventurers to do? Ryan Cuddihy, who missed out on running due to his knee injury, is now hiking the Appalachian Trail as part of the Wounded Warrior project. Kershaw is hoping to go back and finish what he started — he wants to complete the remaining 3 ultra marathons, on the 3 continents that he missed. That’s still in the works, but for now, the men have returned to their lives, to recover, and to rest their tired feet.

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Lisa Robinson, contributing editor of Vanity Fair. The third and final feature in the Doc series, to be announced later this month, is scheduled to screen on September 4. Also this Friday at 8:30 p.m., New York’s favorite dating expert, matchmaker and host of the hit web series “Relationship Chatter,” Samantha Daniels, is hosting a private cocktail soirée at her Wainscott home in honor of San Francisco’s first lady, Jennifer Siebel Newsom wife of Gavin Newsom, the mayor of San Francisco. The event is a fundraiser to support Siebel-Newsom’s non-profit documentary, Miss Representation. The film explores women’s under-representation in positions of power and influence in America by challenging the limited portrayal of women as encouraged by the mainstream media. We hear the guest list is power mix of celebs from TV, film and politics. If you are interested in attending, e-mail to This Saturday August 1, let the games begin! Join everyone’s favorite TV host and supermom, Kelly Ripa, as she leads the masses to Fashion Utopia! It’s The Ovarian Cancer Research Fund’s (OCRF) 12th annual Super Saturday designer garage sale co-hosted by Ripa, Donna Karan, Ariel Foxman and InStyle along with Gossip Girl star Blake Lively at Nova’s Ark Project in Water Mill at 12 noon. Get ready to shop long and hard for a great cause at over 200 of the most prominent designers including Catherine Malandrino, Diane von Furstenberg, Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren and Valentino. This year there will be an extra special Accessories Salon will showcase luxury items from designers such as Louis Vuitton, Emilio Pucci and Tory Burch. Pick up a dress for later that evening and attend the 51st Annual Summer gala to benefit The Southampton Hospital Foundation, chaired by Sheila O’Malley Fuchs. Celebrate alongside the evening’s honoree supermodel, mom and activist Christie Brinkley. All proceeds will benefit the Department of Emergency Medicine. Until next week: Life is short, you only live once, so party on! TV host, entertainment & feature correspondent, director, writer and executive producer, Gina Glickman can be seen Tuesdays, Thursdays and weekends hosting News 12 Long Island’s “What’s Hot in the Hamptons.”

Dan's Papers July 31, 2009