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Business & Charitable Events Calendar

Pink Ribbon Run & Family Fitness Walk

5/11/2014

Organization: Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester at Genesee Valley Park

Pink Ribbon Run & Family Fitness Walk: Kickoff Mother’s Day with the Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester at Genesee Valley Park. This Women’s 5K Race and Family Fitness walk raises money to provide support, education, research and advocacy. All proceeds stay in the Rochester community to benefit those impacted by a breast cancer diagnosis. Honor mothers, sisters, daughters and friends. Teams and individuals welcome. Cash and other prizes awarded. Enter raffle to win an iPad Mini with Retina Display. Registration: $20 in advance, $30 day of, waived with $50+ in donations. Find more information, pre-register and fundraise online at www.bccr.org, (585-473-8177).

 

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