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On Sat. 9:30 am Oct. 14, 2006 there is the Terry Fox Run in Central Park, this will be the third yr we have participated the run in honor of our Dads memory, raising money for cancer research.

Donations and sponsorship for this very worthy cause can be made here
Click here: Terry Fox Run for Cancer Research 2006 - General Donation.

If anyone is interested in donating and maybe interested in joining in the run/walk we would truly appreciate it.

Thank you for your time

The Stamatelatos Family
 
 


Terry Fox Run for Cancer Research - 9:30 am
Saturday, October 14, 2006  - Central Park, Manhattan
 
The annual Terry Fox Run for Cancer Research (New York) organized by the Canadian Association of New York will take place on Saturday, October 14, 2006 .  The website for the run can be accessed directly at www.terryfoxrunnyc.org or via the website for the Canadian Association of New York: www.canadianassociationny.org. The website has information about the Run and makes it very easy to create a personalized event webpage and create a team. Click here to register and participate in this non-competitive 5K family fun run/walk to raise funds for cancer research at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York in the name of a true Canadian hero.

 
   
Date:
Saturday, October 14 , 2006 
Start Time:
9:30 a.m.
Location:
Central Park (the start/finish line is inside the park near Tavern on the Green). The start/finish line for our Run is the same as for the NYC Marathon.
Information:
Beatrice Bunch at 212-845-7470
 
 

  
If you would like to volunteer for the run please send an email to
tmadden@greenburghny.com , Subject: 2006  NYC Terry Fox Run, along with your name, address, phone number and email address.

 
For more information about the Canadian Association of New York, our Charities or Membership, please visit our website. www.canadianassociationny.org
 
* Canadian Association of New York was created on January 1, 2005 as a result of the merger of the Canadian Club
  of New York and the Canadian Society of New York.