Walk Information: San Antonio, TX, March 2012
The 2nd Annual San Antonio Hope, Steps & A Cure Walk and 5K Run/Walk will be held Saturday, March 24 in San Antonio, TX. This is the first time a 5K run is being held in conjunction with the walk. There will also be a raffle, door prizes, light refreshments, inspirational speakers, and a chance to connect with fellow patients and families.
Come to the walk/run and help raise awareness and funds for the Aplastic Anemia & MDS International Foundation (AA&MDSIF), which works tirelessly on behalf of families affected by a bone marrow failure diseases. You can register for the events, ask family members and friends to sponsor you, or even volunteer to help!
The following day (Sunday, March 25) there will be a brunch at the Marriott Plaza San Antonio, with medical professionals invited to speak. Paid reservations are required.
The Park at the Historic Pearl Brewery (Google map)Schedule:
7:00am: 5K registration beginsRegistration:
Sign up for the 5K run/walk on the 5K registration page. 5K run/walk registration is $25 per person through Tuesday, March 20, and $30 from March 21 to March 24.Hotel:
Those wanting to stay overnight near the walk location can take advantage of a discounted rate:For other event information, see the event page.
I went last year. I highly recommend it to everyone on these boards.:)
The 2nd Annual San Antonio Hope, Steps & A Cure Walk and 5K Run/Walk is this coming weekend. Don't miss it!
If you're in San Antonio it's not too late to register and participate in the Run or Walk. If you can't attend you can still register as a "virtual walker" and support the AA&MDSIF. Details are on the event page.
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