Okay sports fans. It’s time to help. This is a great cause. LET’S GO!
The 8th Annual Brooklyn ®T.E.A.L. Walk/ 5K Run, NYC’s largest event spreading awareness and raising money specifically for ovarian cancer.
PROSPECT PARK BANDSHELL (9TH STREET AND PROSPECT PARK WEST)
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 2016
8AM – 1PM
Participants of our Brooklyn ®T.E.A.L. Walk/Run include survivors, caregivers, families, friends and the general public who come together to raise awareness of and promote a cure for Ovarian Cancer. We celebrate those who’ve battled the disease during our ®T.E.A.L. Survivor Ceremony.
Throughout the day, there is entertainment along with educational booths and fun activities for the whole family. Thousands of people participate in this amazing event. The 2.5 mile Walk is non-competitive, but the 5K Run is timed so that winners can be announced.
This event is rain or shine!
Regular Registration (7/15-9/2): $35
Late Registration-Not Recommended (Day of Event): $40
To my main man Jimmy Routhier…Hope you have a great day!
My heart is broken.
They need to find this animal.
This story hits close to home; I have a seventeen year-old daughter who goes out and jogs.
If you jog and are female please make sure you grab a partner to run with. Don’t run alone.
“What did you do there?”
In my teens I began to spend time over in the city, especially when I would play hooky from school. Hop the turnstile (or rush the gate) at 15th street-Prospect Park; catch the F-Train and ride to a place that seemed like a different world.
Here’s a story from the New York Post on Washington Square Park in the Village. Been there many times.
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Look who it is…
(Special thanks to Maureen Rice for the photo)