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CONGRATULATIONS  DR. B
on your selection as Torchbearer for the
2002 Olympic Torch Relay !

Dr. B Carries the Olympic Torch

Representing Mechanicsburg, Dr. B. had the honor of carrying
the Olympic Flame through the Chesapeake Region (Cumberland, MD)
on December 20, 2001.   

Olympic Torch Relay

[press release]
  

   

EVENT OVERVIEW:

The Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Torch Relay is an international event. The Olympic Flame is lit in Greece and flown to the United States via special arrangements.

The Torch Relay begins December 4, 2001 in Atlanta, Georgia, the last place the Olympic Flame rested on US soil.

The Olympic Flame will travel more than 13,500 miles and pass through 46 states in 65 days.

In addition to Torchbearers, the Olympic Flame will be transported by automobile, airplane, train, ship, skier, horse-drawn sleigh, snowmobile, ice skater, covered wagon and other unique modes of transportation.

The route has been designed to showcase as much of America as possible within the timeframe allotted to conduct the relay.

The Torch Relay ends on February 8, 2002 in Salt Lake City, Utah at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.

ROLE OF TORCHBEARERS:

7,200 inspirational individuals will have the honor of carrying the Olympic Flame in the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Torch Relay.

Each Torchbearer will carry the Olympic Flame for approximately 2/10th of one mile.

At the moment in time that a Torchbearer carries the flame, (s)he is the only person in the world with that privilege.

       

One Moment in Time

Each day I live
I want to be a day to give the best of me
I'm only one but not alone
My finest day is yet unknown
I broke my heart for every gain
To taste the sweet I face the pain
I rise and fall yet through it all this much remains
  

  
I want one moment in time
When I'm more than I thought I could be
When all of my dreams are a heart beat away
And the answers are all up to me
Give me one moment in time
When I'm racing with destiny
Then in that one moment of time
I will feel I will feel eternity
  


I've lived to be the very best
I want it all no time for less
I've laid the plans
Now lay the chance here in my hands
  

  
Give me one moment in time
When I'm more than I thought I could be
When all of my dreams are a heart beat away
And the answers are all up to me
Give me one moment in time
When I'm racing with destiny
Then in that one moment of time
I will feel I will feel eternity
  

  
You're a winner for a lifetime
If you seize that one moment in time
Make it shine
  

  
Give me one moment in time
When I'm more than I thought I could be
When all of my dreams are a heart beat away
And the answers are all up to me
Give me one moment in time
When I'm racing with destiny
Then in that one moment of time
I will be I will be
I will be free....oh
I will be I will be free....
  

  
Written By Albert Hammond and John Bettis
Empire Music Ltd./Warner Bros. Music Ltd.

      


     

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Copyright 2001, Michael J. Bartell, DC
Web Page Design by:
Sherrie M. Bartell, BA, MPA, PhD(c)

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