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Mayhaw 5K or 1 Mile Fun Run

Apr 18, 2015 8:00 am

Colquitt Miller Chamber of Commerce, 302 East College Street, Colquitt, GA
A 5K or 1 mile route around downtown Colquitt, Georgia. Enjoy the towns murals, get a t-shirt, and some Mayhaw Jelly to get your Mayhaw Festival day off to a good start!

Pam Edwards or KaCee Holt, 229-758-2400, cmccoc@bellsouth.net, http://www.colquitt-georgia.com/event-registration.html


Autism Walk

Abbeville Elementary School
We will be holding our second annual autism walk on April 2nd, Which is World Autism Awareness day. Our event will take place at Abbeville Elementary School.
The walk will begin at 1:00.

If you have any questions, please call 334-618-8465.


3rd Annual Dothan "Kidney Walk"

Apr 18, 2015 8 am

Northview High School Dothan, AL
Alabama Kidney Foundation's Dothan Kidney walk all proceeds go to AKF for programs and services provided to Alabama's Kidney patients.

Alicia Smith 334-793-3519


Survivors & Fallen Heroes Fun Run

Apr 11, 2015 8 am

Fort Rucker Physical Fitness Center, Andrews Ave, Fort Rucker, AL
The Fort Rucker Physical Fitness Center will be hosting the Survivors & Fallen Heroes 5K on April 11 starting at 8 am. Race-day registration begins at 6:30 am at the Fort Rucker PFC on Andrews Avenue. Participants are encouraged to pre-register at either Physical Fitness Center. The Fun Run is open to all children, free of charge, and will begin after the 5K race is complete. Each Fun Run participant will receive a medal. Costs per individual are $20 with a shirt through April 4; $25 after April 4 with a shirt (while supplies last). Refreshments will be provided. The race is open to the public. For registration and more information, contact Fort Rucker Physical Fitness Center at (334) 255-2296.

Fort Rucker Physical Fitness Center, (334) 255-2296


Walk for Autism 2015

Kiwanis Park at Westgate
The Walk for Autism is the single most powerful fundraising event in April that unifies thousands of participants statewide in support of the mission and projects of the Autism Society. Autism is the fastest growing developmental disability in the U.S., and affects over 50,000 people in Alabama alone.

Autism Society of Alabama
Attn: Lauren Reid
(205) 951-1364



Prayer walk, All Schools in Coffee County

Baptist Association building in New Brockton a
Prayer walk, All Schools in Coffee County