(June 13, 2013 – San Francisco, CA) On June 8 and 9, Bala Kasiviswanathan, of Saratoga, participated in the American Liver Foundation’s annual Liver Life Challenge Mount Shasta Climb. The team of thirteen individuals embarked on a two-day overnight ascent to one of the highest peaks in the Cascade Range, the imposing 14,162-foot Mount Shasta, the second largest volcano in the United States.
Pictured in the photo:
Top row from left to right: David LeMaster, Zack Ellis, Dave Hinman, Dida Kutz, Erica Roberts, Michael Layman, Abigail Edwards
Bottom row from left to right: Brian Keefe, Bala Kasiviswanathan, Justin Harper, Danielle Bradshaw, Paul Hieromnimon
The American Liver Foundation® provides research, education, advocacy, and support for 30 million Americans affected by liver disease. Our mission is to facilitate, advocate and promote education, support and research for the prevention, treatment and cure of liver disease.
The Liver Life Challenge is just one of the three annual American Liver Foundation fundraising events in the Bay Area to help raise awareness and prevent disease. For more information about the Liver Life Challenge Mt. Shasta Climb or the American Liver Foundation and its programs, please visit www.liverfoundation.org/chapters/northernca or call 415-248-1060.