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Masthead Cove Yacht Club raises over $7000 for CSHL research at annual race

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Members of the Masthead Cove Yacht Club including (starting from left) Commodore Dave Cordts, Vice Commodore Lee Stern, and Membership Chair Karla Marrero visited CSHL on October 6. While at the Lab they heard from CSHL Assistant Professor Molly Hammell (front right) about melanoma research, and presented a check to support CSHL research.

Cold Spring Harbor, NY — Members of the Masthead Cove Yacht Club (MCYC) raised $7,007 from their annual Masthead Race on August 14. The proceeds were donated to support research at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. The event has raised over $65,000 since it was started in 2006 in memory of the MCYC’s former Commodore, Carol Marcincuk. Carol was an avid sailor and a beloved employee of CSHL who died of ovarian cancer in 2004.

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