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Mary Kate Killen

Swimmer in Krossin' Keuka 2014

➜ Why Mary Kate swims to support KCCH: This is my fifth year Krossin Keuka! It has become a family event for us with non-swimming members, like my seven year old brother, showing support from the shore! Krossin Keuka is special to me because I understand the importance of supporting our community members and the families of people with a terminal illness.

Mary Kate is raising money for Keuka Comfort Care Home by swimming across Keuka Lake..  This participant's fundraising goal is $250.00, and $470 has been raised so far.

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Need Help?

If you've participated before, it's easy for us to retrieve your registration from a previous year (2011 and after).

If you didn't register yourself online in previous years (for example if you registered on paper), we'll have to retrieve your registration for you. It's not a big deal!

Shoot us an email at or complete the contact form. Be sure to let us know your first and last name as well as your email address.

You can also print a registration form and mail it in, but we prefer the digital method.


Sponsor By Check

If it's easier for your to write a check than pay online, we certainly welcome you to do so.

Make checks payable to Keuka Comfort Care Home

It is very important that you include the name of the participant you are sponsoring with your check.

Mail payment to:
Krossin' Keuka c/o Keuka Comfort Care Home
PO Box 107
Penn Yan, NY 14527


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Krossin' Keuka is a .67 mile fun swim across Keuka Lake, off the shore of Keuka College. Swimmers are escorted by paddlers and marine patrol and greeted with breakfast on the shore. We swim to support the Keuka Comfort Care Home through fund raising in the form of sponsorships.

The Keuka Comfort Care Home is a non-profit home in Penn Yan, NY which provides a facility and staff to ensure compassionate care in a peaceful, home-like environment for our community's terminally ill residents and their families, at no cost to these patients or families.