David’s Old Silver Swim Benefits Compassionate Care ALS
By Richard Sherman
August 22, 2012
The race raised over $10,000 for the charity.
The second annual David’s Old Silver Swim to benefit Compassionate Care ALS attracted almost 100 swimmers under cloudy skies at the Sea Crest Beach Resort in North Falmouth yesterday. Fourteen-year-old Michael Brunelli of Woods Hole finished first in the one-mile race with a time of 27:02. Pictured with Brunelli, from left, organizers Wendy Scholes, Elizabeth Sherman and KR Scholes. Not pictured is swim founder Ali Brubaker. More than $10,000 was raised for Compassionate Care from entry fees, donations and proceeds from an auction.