The Italian Job: Tom Nicocelli’s Positively Remarkable Story (DC)

Effervescent (adj.) — giving off bubbles; fizzy. Can also mean vivacious and enthusiastic. For our most recent Positivity Award winner, this term is apt. He’s bubbly, he’s vivacious and gosh darn it if he hasn’t told you how much he loves November Project in the past 12 minutes. Folks, without further ado, please enjoy the always effervescent Tom Nicocelli.

How were you introduced to November Project?
I was buying coffee at Whole Foods Foggy Bottom on a Wednesday in early May and I overheard two people in front of me (who now I know are Libby and Kathleen) saying something like, “The workout today was great!” and I noticed that they knew other people behind me and in front of me. I kept my cool pretending I did not hear and I asked my friend the barista at Whole Foods (full disclosure: I work at Whole Foods, but not at this one) what was going on. She said, “Hi, Tom, they are the runners and there are lots of people and they are here every Wednesday!” I was like, “Runners? I am a runner too, let me check what is going on here.”

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Gate 2 (YEG)

The sk8ter grls and bois busted a move this morning and while it may have been hard to see the contagious laughter and play brought a smile to my face.

Time and time again you bring forth the best in yourselves and build up a community of like minded people. In this kind of environment anything is possible. We are going into our winter season but that is just a challenge. Have you been looking for that next race? for that next step? Power through. Power through this season and build up your base. Believe in yourself and build up to a better you. I cannot wait to see what you can do.

Wednesday is the last Wednesday at Commonwealth for the 2019 season. Let’s give it a proper send off. Anyone that’s been on the fence – grab them. When we shout good morning and y’all good – mean it when you yell back the response.

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