The 5th Annual Making Waves to Wipe out Ovarian Cancer run/walk will be held Saturday, September 28th at the Flora-Bama. The event is sponsored by The Sacred Sisterhood of Wonderful Wacky Women, Redneck Riviera Chapter, Inc, and it will benefit Sacred Heart Cancer Center in Pensacola and the University of South Alabama Mitchell Cancer Institute in Mobile.
Participants can choose to enter the 4-mile walk, 4-mile run or 1-mile fun walk. Things kick off at 9:15a.m. with a warm-up session led by Pensacola Jazzercise, followed by the race at 9:30.
You can register Thursday, September 26th, from 5:00 to 6:30p.m. at Running Wild, at 3012 E. Cervantes St. in Pensacola. You can also pick up packets and register Friday, September 27th from 5:00 to 6:30p.m. at the Flora-Bama. Event-day registration will be available on September 28th from 7:30 to 8:45a.m. If you would like to register online, go to active.com and search Wonderful Wacky Women.
Registration fees are: $100, individual registration; $25 active military and families or 18 and under; $25, ovarian cancer survivors; $400, team registration of five participants.
Awards will be presented as follows:
- First overall male and female 4-mile walker, 4-mile runner and 1-mile fun walker.
- Top three male and female finishers in the 4-mile walk and 4-mile run in the following categories: 14 and under; 15-19; 20-29; 30-39; 40-49; 50-59; 60-69; and 70 and older.
After the race there will be a “No More Cancer Party” after-party at the Flora-Bama with a silent auction, drawings for prizes, food, beverages and live entertainment. If you would like more information, please visit www.rrwww.org and click on WWW Week, or call Jimmie Sue Walters at 850-525-1975 or Gail Rappa at 850-982-7381.
This is limited to race participants and volunteers. Suzy Toronto, title sponsor and honorary guest, (www.suzytoronto.com) will be joining in on all of the fun activities. Suzy is the creator of the Wonderful Wacky Women movement and resides in Mount Dora, FL.
17401 Perdido Key Dr.
Pensacola, FL 32507
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