Sarah “Big Momma” Walters

Sarah “Big Mama” Walters is a teacher at Long Island Lutheran High School in Brookville. She teaches 9th grade global and geography and AP World History.

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“Ed Parry, a 2017 alumni boxer, introduced me to Fight for Charity.  Ed would talk to me about boxing everyday at school, and after I went to last year’s Main Event I was dead set on volunteering. No woulda-coulds-shouldas for me,” said Sarah.

“Training helped me regain the competitive spirit I had in college playing DII Lacrosse. I wanted my children and students to see me train and work towards a goal that most people would be afraid to attempt. I also wanted to support the goals of the FFC charities. During Hurricane Sandy FFC charities helped my family and neighbors maintain a sense of normalcy. My husband and I had two young children when we lost our home. In addition, I wanted to support my friends’ charity ‘The Cure Starts Now –LI Chapter.’ They lost their 5-year old daughter a few years ago to terminal brain cancer (DIPG). Research has led to new treatments that can slow down the growth of the brain tumors giving kids a fighting chance to knock this cancer out.” Sarah explained.

Sarah earned a Masters in Science in Special Education from LIU-Post.  She is a member of the LIU-Post Women’s Lacrosse Alumni. She lives in Babylon with her husband, a FDNY Lieutenant, and their three children Will, Brody, and Kelsey.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Long Island Fight for Charity, the nation’s only all-volunteer charity boxing event, recently announced the names of the courageous men and women volunteer boxers at a special event held at the Mansion at Oyster Bay. Over 300 enthusiastic Fight for Charity sponsors, alumni boxers, fans and supporters gathered to learn who will be in
The organizers of the Long Island Fight for Charity recently held its “Boxer Announcement” reception at Stonebridge Golf Links & Country Club. The 2016 boxers took center stage before supporters and fans as their names were revealed. The boxers, men and women from the Long Island business community, will now start training to prepare to
Once in a lifetime opportunity to get in the boxing ring for charity. All Alumni Boxers invited to return. 13th Main Event Monday, November 21, 2016 Requirements for men and women interested in becoming volunteer charity boxers: Submit application by Noon April 21, 2016 Commit to raising a minimum of $5,000 for LIFFC Charities Obtain medical
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