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  Step Out & Cruise In to Cure Scleroderma
 
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Event Dates: August 1, 2015 - August 1, 2015
Location: Fairborn, Ohio
 
Bring your family and friends on Saturday,
August 1, 2015, to walk, or cruise in with any year, make or model vehicle, and enjoy a 50/50 drawing, DJ, kids activities, prize raffle,
and Car Show awards to support a great
cause. Food trucks will be on site to
purchase lunch! Rain or Shine!

Community Park 691 E. Dayton-Yellow Springs Road
Fairborn, Ohio 45324

Walk Registration:10:30am-12pm
Walk/Fun Run:12pm
Solid Gold Oldies featuring Brian Brenner: 12:30pm
Prize Raffle:1:30pm

Car Show Registration:11am-2pm
Judging:2pm
Awards:2:30pm
Cruise to Young's Dairy: 3pm

Two Routes: 3/4, 1.5 miles or 5k

A minimum $20 donation is
required to receive a T-Shirt.
Children 12 and under are
free or purchase a t-shirt
for $5.00 (Online Only)

Register online at: www.scleroderma.org/stepoutandcruiseingreaterdayton
Make checks payable to the Scleroderma Foundation and mail donations and
registration information to: Penny Davis, SFOH Walk & Cruise In,
P.O. Box 24846, Huber Heights, OH 45424

Car Show Registration in person only.

For more information, please contact
Penny Davis at (937) 554-1425 or dayton[email protected]

Scleroderma is a chronic, often progressive
autoimmune disease–like Rheumatoid Arthritis,
Lupus & Multiple Sclerosis–in which the body’s
immune system attacks its own tissues.
Scleroderma, which literally means “hard skin”,
can cause thickening and tightening of the skin,
as well as serious damage to internal organs
including the lungs, heart, kidneys, esophagus, and gastrointestinal tract. An estimated 300,000 persons in the United States have Scleroderma. Approximately four times more women than men develop the disease. The exact cause or causes of Scleroderma are unknown, and although
medications can sometimes help, there is no cure.


ALL PROCEEDS WILL BENEFIT SCLERODERMA FOUNDATION
 
   
Coordinator Details
Email: Penny Davis
Phone: 937-554-1426
Web Site: Event Web Site
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