Jul 2015

2015 Ping Pong Tournament

The competition was fierce during this year’s MOA Ping Pong tournament, with the lead changing almost as fast as the ball was going back and forth over the net. In the end Michael McDonald beat Barry Koury to become the 2015 Singles champion!

Michael was also teamed up with Nathan Martin and together they edged out Bret Kudlicki and Greg Martin to win the Doubles Championship!

 

Jul 2015

We Run, We Ride!!

MOA team members go the distance! MOA’s Director of Marketing and Business Development, Tim Barr, participated in the Leadville Silver Rush 50 Run. He ran 50 miles, yes you read that right, 50 miles, through the historic mining district on the east side of Leadville. The extreme mountain course started at an elevation of 10,200 feet and reached to 12,000 feet on several separate occasions. He completed the run in 9 hours, 15 minutes, 3 seconds….that’s an amazing 11:07 minutes per mile! Way to go Tim!!

And just as impressive, MOA’s very own Jack Mousseau took part in the 27th Anniversary Triple Bypass Bicycle Ride. The 120 mile ride headed west from Evergreen crossed over Juniper Pass (11,140 ft.), Loveland Pass (11,990 ft.), Swan Mountain and Vail Pass (10,560 ft.) and concluded in Avon. It has over 10,000 feet of challenging elevation gain, and is recognized as one of the premier cycling events for those who DARE! Way to DARE Jack!

 

Jul 2015

Here We Grow Again!

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We are pleased to welcome Christine Warnert to team MOA! Christine earned both her Bachelor of Arts in Italian Studies and Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Minnesota. She is an avid outdoor enthusiast and is looking forward to joining team members in their pursuit of another 14er! We are ecstatic to have her join the team!

Jul 2015

Friday Forum- Bioscience 2 Building

MOA spent the afternoon touring the newly completed 112, 000 square foot Bioscience 2 building. This state-of-the-art building will encourage collaboration and cross pollination within the bioscience and biotechnology community. It is located within the Colorado Science and Technology Park and has been designed to enhance the existing ever-growing urban fabric of the community. We are very proud to have been involved in such a unique project and to be part of such an amazing community!