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WALK N ROLL FOR   SPINA BIFIDA 2010

What is the “Walk-n-Roll”?

The Walk-n-Roll for Spina Bifida is a family-friendly, one mile walk event being held to raise awareness about Spina Bifida. The name “Walk-n-Roll” was selected because it embodies a sense of inclusiveness and invokes the sense of empowerment which the Spina Bifida Community embraces in all that it does. A belief in a better tomorrow is our vision and the steps taken in this walk represent steps on a path to realizing that dream. Donors and walkers will support individuals with Spina Bifida by signing up for their favorite team.  

Date:        Saturday, March 20, 2010

Location:  Rainier Vista Park

                5475 45th Avenue SE

                 Lacey, Washington

Time:       Registration opens at 9:00 am Special program at 10:00 am                                            Walk begins at Noon

Come and support the thousands of individuals in our area who live with Spina Bifida! All proceeds are used for programs and services for people living with Spina Bifida or to promote the prevention of this birth defect.

How can I participate?

Register at www.firstgiving.com/sbaws

At the site you can also, if you like, Join a Team or create your own team as well as a personal fundraising page and make your first donation!

Or complete and mail in a “Registration Form”


By joining others in the Walk-n-Roll for Spina Bifida you are adding your voice to the thousands in support of better tomorrows for those with Spina Bifida.

How can I help?

Do you have ideas and/or experience with this type of event?  This is our first ever walk, but we plan on making it an annual event and are passionate about making it as memorable and enjoyable as possible.


To lend a helping hand contact one of the Co-Chairs:

Heather Logan 360-888-0782  Heather_Logan@juno.com, or Krystal Monteros  360-888-7701 babykeitho@aol.com or the SBAWS Office at sbaws@yahoo.com

Celebrities:

Aaron Fotheringham

A young man with Spina Bifida will demonstrate his talents of “hardcore sitting” and his wheelchair back flip, the first person ever to do this.  His performance is a once in a lifetime event that you won’t want to miss!  Make sure you’re there! See his amazing abilities on line.

Others scheduled to attend:

Ed Kennedy, Chair of SBAWS

Chris Morris, Executive Director of South Puget Sound Parent2Parent

Meg Paulsen, Ms Wheelchair Washington 2008 title holder and current SBAWS board member

Brooklynne Adams, Ms. Thurston County 2009


Tammy Wilber, Ms. Wheelchair Washington Coordinator

Resources:

Promotional Poster

Team Captain Guide

Individual Fundraising Guide

Sponsors:

This event is sponsored, in part by:

Miss Janet Harding has been dedicated to bettering the lives of others since long before she served our state as Miss Washington 2008. She is working towards a dual degree in Elementary and Special Education, with a double major in Social Studies and Communications concentrating on non-profit work and bilingual education. She is an advocate and spokesperson for Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, promoting the importance of positive mentoring relationships for children for the past eight years. Since 2006, Janet has served on the Board of Directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Washington and has been invited to speak nationally on behalf of this organization. She also promotes Children’s Miracle Network and is a national spokesperson for the National Meningitis Association. Through her years of service Janet has created and directed state-wide fund raisers helping to fund raise approximately $750,000 for these causes - her determination to continue to make a positive impact is unwavering. Miss Harding's passion for children and individuals battling illness and disease comes from her own personal health history battles. After traveling the country as a public speaker, competing at the nationally televised 2009 Miss America Pageant, and appearing on TLC's reality show, “Countdown to the Crown”, Janet has persevered and made it her goal to encourage others to defy the odds and empower themselves to reach their dreams.


Donations

May be made online with your debit or credit card at:

www.firstgiving.com/sbaws


or by mailing a check to the office:


Spina Bifida Association of Washington State

2128 N. Pines Rd., Suite 17-3

Spokane, WA  99206-6633


Please make your check payable to SBAWS and list Walk-N-Roll and your team name in the memo area.  Thanks

Krystal Monteros

Ms. Wheelchair Washington 2010