Al's Comment:

 We are going to have a live 5k fundraising event on May 1st!  First time in over a year!  


Posted on: 04/23/2021

10th Annual National Walk to End Brain Tumors and Silent Auction 

10th Annual National Walk to End Brain Tumors and Silent Auction

 

 

As part of the National Walk to End Brain Tumors, Team “Go Joey Go” of Jensen Beach has been formed. All walker runners are welcome to join them Saturday, May 1, 2021, 7:00 am at Indian Riverside Park, 1707 NE Indian River Drive in Jensen Beach. Registration begins at 7:00 am, Run/Walk at 8:00 am, Fun Run at 9:00 am. Silent Auction to be conducted immediately after.


Team “Go Joey Go” has had firsthand experience with the challenges of a brain tumor when in 2011; 4-year old Joey Swanson of Jensen Beach was diagnosed with pilomyxoid astrocytoma, an extremely rare and lethal form of cancer. He had surgery on September 9, 2011 and during a 10-hour surgery, doctors removed part of the tumor on Joey’s brain, however, an inoperable tumor remains on his brainstem. Doctors implanted chemotherapy wafers in Joey’s brain. Joey has had several procedures and after his January, 2014 MRI it seems to be in remission.


Joey and his family live in a Jensen Beach neighborhood with both sets of grandparents, three aunts and two uncles. Their strong family ties are important as the family fights for Joey and all those affected by brain tumors. Everyone is encouraged to join them for this very important cause.


You can register online at JensenBeachRace.com and sign up to join Team “Go Joey Go.” A free T-shirt for each runner/walker is included with registrations paid at least 10 days in advance. Adults: $30.00, Children 8-17 yrs: $15.00


Children 7 and under do not need to register unless they want a t-shirt.

Fun Run is $40.00 for the whole Family (T-Shirt Sold Separately)

For more information on Team “Go Joey Go” contact Nancy Swanson 772-530-1504 or Susan Parisi 772-215-8662.


To See Auction Items: Visit JensenBeachRace.com & Click Auction Items

 


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