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Dear Family and Friends:
I registered for A Walk to Stamp Out Parkinson's 2018, benefiting The Parkinson Council on Saturday, October 13, 2018!
This year our event will take place at the Philadelphia Zoo and will be a fun-filled, family-friendly event for all ages and abilities. We will be able to enjoy a variety of activities including yoga, dance, stretching that celebrates the importance of movement in our lives.
When you register to join our team "Living Well With Parkinson's" you will have access to the Zoo for the entire day and you can explore at your own pace. Individual registrations are $45 (see Peacock picture), Family of 4 - $100 (Mere Cats picture). If you register before September 14th your registration fee gives you day long access to the Zoo, an official Walk T-Shirt, Snacks, and Entertainment. Register September 15th and after for $50. Children under 10 years of age can register for free.
As most of you know my life changed over 7 plus years ago when I was diagnosed with Parkinson's. Since then I have been involved with the best "support group" of people anyone could ask for. This includes my wife Judi, family, friends, and our Penn Medicine support group "Living Well with Parkinson's", who have become our extended family - an amazing group of people.
So please consider being a part of our team or sponsoring me with a donation and don’t forget to invite your friends, family, and coworkers to be part of this inspiring day! Donations can be made through my personal page - just click on "donate".
Why Get Involved
The Parkinson Council is the premier local organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with Parkinson’s, their care partners, and families. The Council invests in research, education and programs provided by world-renowned institutions and innovative service organizations in the greater Delaware Valley area and strengthens their role in the Parkinson’s community by increasing the number of lives they touch each year.
As always thank you for your loving kindness and support!
TEAM "Living Well With Parkinson's"
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