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Friday, May 01-02, 2015
Univeristy of Puget Sound
1500 N Warner St, Tacoma, WA Map it
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It’s time to start preparing for Relay! We have some important dates for you to mark down in your calendar.
We will be having a Superhero 5K on April 19 in cooperation with the Gamma Phi Beta's Girls on the Run Charity around campus. Come run, walk, or dance your way to the finish line, wear your coolest superhero gear, and support awesome causes!!
Registration for running is $10, which will go towards Relay for Life and Girls on the Run.
The first person to finish the 5K will get to take a picture with Ron Thom and Dean Segawa! AND The participant with the best Superhero costume and the group with the best costumes will also get to take a picture with them too. *Dean Segawa is going to donate $5 for the first 20 runners who are able to beat his 35 minute 5K time!
For more information, visit the Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/882592161797822/
We are also pleased to inform you that President Ronald Thomas of the University of Puget Sound will be speaking at our event at 6:00 pm on May 1 as part of our Dr. Gordy Klatt celebration. We hope to see all of you there!
And, don’t forget to register at relayforlifeofups.org! We love seeing all of the new teams and participants.
American Cancer Society Relay For Life campus events serve as a powerful way for you to raise awareness and funds in the fight against cancer, from helping people facing the disease in your community to ensuring cancer is a thing of the past for future generations. The Relay For Life movement features campus and community events that offer an opportunity to honor the cancer survivors in your life, promote how you can reduce your cancer risk, and raise money to help find a cure. Today, with the support of thousands of student volunteers, the American Cancer Society is helping save more than 400 lives a day. And we won't stop until we end cancer once and for all!