Event on 2012-09-23 20:00:00
Madonna Sun & Mon Sep 23rd and 24th
Tickets – 0 available at Ticketmaster.com
at Verizon Center
601 F Street NW
Washington, United States
- Great Prostate Cancer Challenge – New Jersey (Camden)
Event on 2012-09-22 09:00:00
GPCC New Jersey (Camden, NJ) Sep 22, 2012 9:00 AM
Campbell's Field Home of the Riversharks
401 N Delaware Ave
Camden, NJ 08102 US
Campbell's Field Home of the Riversharks
401 N Delaware Ave
Camden, NJ 08102
Grab your running shoes and join the New Jersey Patient Care and Access Coalition for the Second GPCC Camden, a 5k run to support ZERO The project to End Prostate Cancer. The GPCC is a part of a national initiative designed to raise funds for prostate cancer research and community awareness during the month of September, National Prostate Cancer Awareness month. The race is part of the Great Prostate Cancer Challenge, Americas Premier Mens Health Event Series, taking place in 34 cities in 2012.
Race results will be posted a week after Race Day
Donate to This Race:
Make a donation
Saturday, September 22, 2012
Haddonfield Running Co
121 Kings Highway East
Haddonfield, NJ 08033
Thursday 9/20 and
Friday 9/21 11:00am-6:30pm
Bring the Whole Family:
Bring the kids; Campbells Field is opening their kids Fun ZONE for this event! Raffles and door prizes will be given throughout the event.
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We believe that a fit family is a happy family and allow strollers on the course. If you are participating with a stroller, we do ask that you start in the back, do not weave through runners, and yield the right of way to runners. Bikes, roller bladders, and scooters are not permitted.
Pets will not be allowed at the event unless it is a service animal.
Join a Team Today:
Join together with your family, friends, or colleagues to bring a running or walking team. Awards will be provided to the group with the best custom t-shirts and the team with the most creative costume or most unique outfits.
Click here and follow the steps in getting your team set-up and running for the 2012 Great Prostate Cancer Challenge Camden.
Your first step is registering for the event. The second step on the path to finding a cure for Prostate Cancer is fundraising. Please email us if you have any questions or comments, firstname.lastname@example.org also to learn more about the community events. Just click here to sign up to fundraise!
Download a sample Race Fundraising Letter
Download a Pledge Form
Awards will be given to the Top three overall male/female, Top three in the following groups: 11 & under, 12-15, 16-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, and 75 & over.
Packet Pickup & Early Registration:
We will have an early packet pickup location the week of the race for you to register in person or pick up your Bib and T-Shirt. Check back soon for more details!
Race Day Registration:
Campbells Field Saturday, September 22 7:30 AM 8:30 AM
Please arrive early. Race start time is 9:00am
Picking Up for Your Friends & Family:
We do allow runners to pick up Bibs and T-Shirts for their friends. Please note that T-Shirts cannot be mailed. You will not need to show us your ID or copies of their ID to pick up for others.
Timing & Scoring:
The 5k will be chip timed and a timing chip will be used. You must wear your timing chip to be timed and eligible for awards. Age group awards will be determined by chip time.
Rain or Shine (let's hope for only sunshine). In the event of inclement weather, the start of the race may be delayed. Cancellation of the event due to hazardous weather will be determined by onsite officials. Entry fees will not be refunded.
Visit RiverSharks.com and select the "Directions" link.
If you are interested in volunteering the day of the event, please email Nicola Howard
About New Jersey Patient Care & Access Coalition:
NJPCAC represents almost 200 physicians who belong to the largest and most innovative urology groups in the Garden State. This partnership supported by the experience of ZERO The Project to End Prostate Cancer and the tireless energy of these urologists, is committed to making The Great Prostate Cancer Challenge a signature event for New Jersey and it's citizens. In order to achieve this level of success, we need you to play an important role.
About ZERO The Project to End Prostate Cancer:
ZERO challenges the complacency of American men to change their attitudes about early detection as the solution for prostate cancer through awareness, outreach, advocacy and research. The Washington, DC metro area leads the country in prostate cancer death rates.
More About Prostate Cancer:
Nationwide, a man dies from the disease every 18 minutes. But there is hopeeducation about prostate cancer risk and access to screenings can save countless lives. All proceeds will go to prostate research and free screenings in the Washington, DC area to those at risk.
About the ZEROHOUR Newsletter:
The ZEROHOUR newsletter is the resource for the latest news regarding prostate cancer prevention, treatment and research. This free newsletter reaches 30,000 men and their families every week in an effort to help them stay healthy and guide them along their treatment and life with prostate cancer.
If you have any questions, please email or call Nicola Howard, email@example.com or 856-252-1000 x 1015
at Campbell’S Field Baseball Stadium
Camden, United States
- Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes – Portland
Event on 2012-09-22 08:00:00
Walking is one of the easiest, most relaxing forms of exercise for many people, but especially for those living with diabetes. Walking helps control blood glucose levels in people with diabetes and improves overall quality of life. It is also an activity that can help prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes in people at risk.
No Registration Fee.
No Fundraising Minimum, but the average walkers raises 6!
Route Options: 1, 3 and 6 miles
Rest Stop Locations: 1.5 and 3 miles
Parking: per car – East Garage, Annex Garage & Garden Garage
For more information visit us at www.diabetes.org/portlandstepout or call 503-736-2770 x 7293.
at Rose Quarter – Memorial Coliseum
Rose Quarter One Center Court Suite 150
Portland, United States