Sunday, December 27, 2009

2nd Annual Mobile Crop 4 a Cure

Hi Everyone!

After training for the walk last summer I thought for sure that I would never walk the 3day/60 mile again. I even had serious doubts after the 1st day of the walk (22 miles by the way). But (as chills run up and down my spine at this moment) I will never forget the final mile of the 2009 Tampa 3 day event. It was one of the most amazing and thrilling things I've ever experienced. I met a great group of ladies called The Hot Pink Olives along my walk and they have asked that I join them in the 2010 3-day. With a slight twist of the arm (not really) I've registered to walk again! I will attempt to raise $2300 to be donated to the "Susan G. Koman 3 day for the Cure" Please help me reach this goal by joining me at the 2nd Annual Mobile Crop 4 a Cure.

When: Saturday, June 12th 2010 9am–8pm
Where: Providence Church of God
6819 Old Shell Road
Mobile, AL 36693

Minimum Donation requested:
$40.00 if registered by May 15, 2010
$50.00 if registered after May 15, 2010

Entrance Donation Includes:
Goody bag
Door Prizes
Silent Auction
Scrapbooking contest
Swap table
Book sale
Generous Workspace
Snacks, Drinks, Lunch and Dinner

Classes (at an additional cost)
Please help support me to walk in the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure on Oct 29-31 2010.
I will be offering a fun filled day of cropping, crafting and stamping while raising funds for
the 2010 Tampa Bay Susan G. Komen 3-Day.

Please e-mail for registration information.
OR you can download the registration form HERE
Click on the word "HERE" above and it will redirect you to a file
hosting site. Look for the box that has the download option and the file
Filename: 2ndAnnualRegistrationform.doc

****All the money raised at the Crop will go directly to support Susan G. Komen for the Cure and National Philanthropic Trust, funding important breast cancer research, education, screening, and treatment****

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