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Autism Walk-a-Thon by Michelle L. Patient Expert Posted Mon 16 Mar 2009 4:20pm April 25th I will be doing a walk-a-thon to raise money to send autistic kids in North Central Indiana to camp. The camp is called... Camp Circle of Friends. My friend's little boy went last year and she has raved about it. It is absolutely free for autistic kids. I'm really excited to participate in this. I've never been inter ... Read on »
2009 Angelman Syndrome Walk-A-Thon! by Donna Posted Sat 16 May 2009 12:00am What a day! It started quite early - for me - 4:45AM to be exact since we had to be on the road to Columbia Maryland by 6:30AM, but it's been an awesome day! There were 520 registered walkers for the DC/Maryland Walk-A-Thon site (24 cities in all participated today in Angelman Syndrome Walk-A-Thons). I believe there were 56 "Angels" at our wal ... Read on »
Avon-Walk-a-thon by Movements Afoot Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 9:24pm by. Martha Eddy, CMA, Ed.D., RSMT: Director of Moving on Aerobics 212.414.2921 I’ve just walked back to the office at 7:30 am on Saturday Oct 6th from the Opening Ceremony for the Avon-Walk-a-thon: a two-day up to 39 mile event here in NYC. Being The Stretch Lady was a blast for 2007 Fifth Annual event! I volunteered to lead the warm-u ... Read on »
2010 Angelman Syndrome Walk-A-Thon by Donna Posted Mon 01 Mar 2010 10:28am The 2010 Angelman Syndrome Walk-A-Thon is going to be on May 15, 2010 in Washington DC and we are SO excited to once again be participants in this awesome event. If anyone would like to be a part of Team Allie Bean, please let me know - I promise you it will be an experience you wont forget! Here is the link to our fundraising page if you wou ... Read on »
Walk-a-thon for Ave Maria Home by Leticia V. Patient Expert Posted Tue 08 Jun 2010 11:54am Last Sunday, the famliy of Kristin over at 11 On My Own joined us for a walk-a-thon for Birthright and Ave Maria Home. Kristin blogged about it  She has photos, check it out. We enjoyed a long walk in the summer air, with the rainstorm holding off thanks to our chaplain's prayers.  Then the Bothur girls sang folksongs whi ... Read on »
PWS Walk-A-Thon: Beautiful Day for An Important Cause by Latham Centers Posted Mon 06 Jun 2011 4:41pm This past Saturday Latham students traveled to Borderland State Park in Easton to participate in the PWS New England Annual Walk a thon. The students helped man the water stations for the walk participants and then stayed on for lunch. All the students and staff had a great time connecting with the larger PWS New England communit ... Read on »
Walk-a-thon by pjroot Posted Sat 30 Jun 2012 5:53pm I'm late posting this -- back in May LittleA had a walk-a-thon fundraiser for his preschool.  It just so happened to coordinate with a trip to visit from Mimi & Baca (my dad & step-mom), so they got to join in on the fun! I'm so proud of my little guy, he ran 10 laps!  Wow!  Afterwards they had a jumpy house slide that he had fun going down & ... Read on »
Walk-a-thon by jessmith Posted Thu 13 Aug 2009 7:53pm I shared about our Sparrow school in yesterday's post, and once again they blessed us with their hospitality and love for us! We arrived right behind the Mariner Moose van and the welcoming committee was at the door waiting for us with balloons and banners. We headed down to the soccer field where the kids were going to walk their laps. Everyone ... Read on »
2010 Angelman Syndrome Walk-A-Thon by Donna Posted Sun 16 May 2010 11:40am Yesterday was the annual Angelman Walk in Columbia, MD. A very, very big thank you to everyone who made up Team Allie Bean and made the long drive to be with and support us, we love and appreciate you. A huge thank you to everyone who donated to the walk and Team Allie Bean. We raised over $2,005 for the important research that is underway for ... Read on »
2nd Annual NW Huntington's Disease Society of America Walk-A-Thon by Jessica M. Posted Mon 08 Sep 2008 4:36pm Please join us at Spanaway Lake Park in Tacoma, WA on Saturday September 27, 2008 for an approximate 5K walk to benefit the NW Chapter of HDSA. Huntington's Disease is a hereditary neurological disorder, which causes the deterioration of certain areas of the brain. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and walk begins at 10 a.m. Its fun and easy to partici ... Read on »