Jonathan Moules Past Events

Remembering Joel Sugarman

It is with a heavy heart that we must say good-bye to Joel Sugarman, our beloved husband, father, Pop Pop, uncle and dear friend.  Joel was loved by so many and will be sadly missed by all who knew him.  He was a kind and generous soul with a heart of gold.  He never missed an opportunity to tell one of his famous “Pop Pop jokes” and just wanted to bring a smile to your face and brighten your day.  His real passion was his family.  He made sure he took every opportunity to tell each family member how much he genuinely loved them.  He took special delight in his grandchildren and loved them all, unconditionally.

It is a great honor that those wishing to remember Joel are considering a donation to The Jonathan Moules Memorial Steps4Hope Foundation.  Jonathan was one of Joel’s very special grandsons and the bond they shared was unique and so clearly a connection at the soul level. They adored each other and Pop Pop was devastated after the loss of one of his beloved grandchildren. Talk about unconditional love…..Jonathan never had to doubt how much his Pop Pop loved him, regardless of the circumstances, Pop Pop’s love was absolute and complete.  Each and every night, on his way to bed, Pop Pop stopped by Jonathan’s picture to kiss him good night and send that unconditional love to him, all the way to heaven.  Well, dad, you won’t have to send that love long distance anymore. We have no doubt that they are together once again, sharing that love, both at peace, both laughing at corny Pop Pop jokes and both watching over us all.

Steps4Hope and the Sugarman family want to thank you for your generosity and kindness in memory of Joel Sugarman.

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LAXJAM7

Jonathan Moules LAXJAM7 EventLAXJAM7 will be a 4 hour clinic to honor the legacy, hard work and determination that Jonathan Allan Moules embodied. Jon, #7, was a 2010 graduate of Great Valley High School where he excelled at the sport of lacrosse. More importantly, he was a loyal and trustworthy teammate. Jon, unfortunately lost his battle with addiction January 2014.

After the loss of Jonathan, the Moules family and friends wanted to find a way to remember him, and at the same time make a difference for others in our community. LAXJAM7 is that opportunity to share the sport that he loved. Jonathan was passionate about lacrosse and the bond he had with his coach and teammates was something he treasured. The Moules family would like to invite you to join in the second LAXJAM7 and thank you for your support. We know that the participants will have a fun-filled afternoon of lacrosse and share the in the enthusiasm that Jon held for game. All proceeds from the clinic will go to the Jonathan Moules Memorial Steps4Hope Foundation that promotes initiatives and education toward drug awareness and prevention.

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Details of the Clinic:
Date: Saturday, May 30, 2015
Time: Noon – 4:00PM
Location: Great Valley Middle School (Lower Turf Field)
Age Group: Players in 5th, 6th, 7th & 8th grades from ANY school district are welcome
Cost: Cost: $50 Includes reversible pinnie
Format: Former Great Valley players and teammates of Jon will be there to provide coaching assistance. Jason Wolensky, assistant lacrosse coach at Immaculata University and former Great Valley coach will be coordinating clinic events, drills and activities. Individual instruction, team concepts and game type competitions will be the order of the day. We will also have prize giveaways, a fastest shot competition as well as live shooting and face-
off demonstrations from current and former DI, II, III and Club lacrosse players.

Registration:

Payment Options: Paypal online or check the day of the event.

To pay by check the day of the event, please email laxjam7@gmail.com players name, age, email address and contact information.

Make Checks available to Jonathan Moules Steps4hope Foundation.

Questions: 610-247-1920

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Steps For Hope 5K Race


Where: Ridley Creek State Park-pavillion#17
Registration Time: 8 am
Race Begins: 9:00 am
Prize Categories: Awards given to top 3 overall men and women and each of the following age groups: 19 and under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60 plus.
Registration Fee: Pre-registration: $25. Day of registration: $30.
Website: www.runtheday.com Keyword: steps4hope

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Join us on Saturday, October 11 at 9 am for a crisp autumn morning run or walk dedicated to promoting the awareness and prevention of substance abuse and addiction. This timed race, held in loving memory of Jonathan Moules, will be held at Ridley Creek State Park in Media, Pa. The USATF certified course features a scenic and historic landscape that will provide a challenging run for both experienced or occasional runners and an enjoyable walk for the entire family.

Substance abuse and subsequent addiction affects more than half of American families and is a growing public health concern. Every community, school, and family is affected by substance abuse and addiction, whether directly or indirectly, and the toll that it takes is growing at a tremendous rate. Substance abuse knows no racial, ethnic, religious or socio-economic boundaries and is indiscriminant in who it affects.

Proceeds from the Steps4Hope 5K race will help provide funds to support important programs, such as NOPE-Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties (nopetaskforce.org), Shatterproof.org, and continue to grow to offer resources, education and support to those walking through the difficult journey of drug and alcohol addiction. Additionally, we are awarding scholarships to graduating seniors from Great Valley High School, who show leadership in helping create an awareness of drug and alcohol abuse.

The first Steps4Hope 5k race was a huge success with over 250 participants – a BIG thank you to everyone for their continued support!

 

LAXJAM7


Jonathan Moules LAXJAM7 EventLAXJAM7 will be a 4 hour clinic to honor the legacy, hard work and determination that Jonathan Allan Moules embodied. Jon, #7, was a 2010 graduate of Great Valley High School where he excelled at the sport of lacrosse. More importantly, he was a loyal and trustworthy teammate. Jon, unfortunately lost his battle with addiction this past January.

After the loss of Jonathan, the Moules family and friends wanted to find a way to remember him, and at the same time make a difference for others in our community. LAXJAM7 is that opportunity to share the sport that he loved. Jonathan was passionate about lacrosse and the bond he had with his coach and teammates was something he treasured. The Moules family would like to invite you to join in the first LAXJAM7 and thank you for your support. We know that the participants will have a fun-filled afternoon of lacrosse and share the in the enthusiasm that Jon held for game. All proceeds from the clinic will go to the Jonathan Moules Memorial Steps4Hope Foundation that promotes initiatives and education toward drug awareness and prevention.

Details of the Clinic:
Date: Saturday, May 31st
Time: Noon – 4:00PM
Location: Great Valley Middle School (Lower Turf Field)
Age Group: Players in 5th, 6th, 7th & 8th grades from ANY school district are welcome
Cost: $40 Includes reversible pinnie
Format: Former Great Valley players and teammates of Jon will be there to provide coaching assistance. Jason Wolensky, assistant lacrosse coach at Immaculata University and former Great Valley coach will be coordinating clinic events, drills and activities. Individual instruction, team concepts and game type competitions will be the order of the day. We will also have prize giveaways, a fastest shot competition as well as live shooting and face-
off demonstrations from current and former DI, II, III and Club lacrosse players.

Registration: jonathanmoulessteps4hope.org & Registration & Waiver Form

Payment: PayPal online or check the day of event

To pay by check please email to LAXJAM7@gmail.com
Players: name, age and contact info

Checks payable to Jonathan Moules steps4hope Foundation Questions? 610.291.5478

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From the standpoint of daily life, however, there is one thing I do know: that we are here for the sake of each other, above all, for those upon whose smile
and well-being our own happiness depends, and also for the countless unknown souls with whose fate we are connected by a bond of sympathy.
Many times a day I realize how much my own outer and inner life is built upon the labors of others, both living and dead, and how earnestly I must
exert myself in order to give in return as much as I have received and am still receiving.”


-Albert Einstein