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Cerebral Palsy of Virginia 21st Annual 5K Run & Walk-A-Thon

Team Captain Registration

To create and join a team, team captains will first create the team by clicking on the "BLUE" Create Your Team" button above. Then return to this page and click the "Register Now" button. Choose any of the categories then select your team name from the drop down box on the registration form.

Team Member Registration

To join a team, click the "Register Now" button. Choose any of the categories then select your team name from the drop down box on the registration form.

Individuals

Click the "Register Now" button. Choose any of the categories BYPASS the team option at the top of the form, and continue through the registration.

Individuals

Click the "Register Now" button. Choose any of the categories BYPASS the team option at the top of the form, and continue through the registration.

Proceeds
Proceeds benefit programs and services offered by CerebralPalsy of Virginia to individuals with cerebral palsy andother developmental disabilities such as those with downsyndrome, autism, muscular dystrophy, intellectual disabilties,learning disabilities as well as those with hearing, speechand visual impairments. For more information please call757-497-7474.

T-Shirts are guaranteed for the first 300 registered.

Fees

$30 until Mar 10th, $35 thereafter


Join us at Mt Trashmore Park as we WHEEL, RUN and WALK for Cerebral Palsy of Virginia.

This year's event is sponsored by Portfolio Recovery Associates. Registration begins at 7:00 AM. The 5K will begin at 8:30 AM & 1 Mile Fun Walk will begin at 9:15 AM. Rain or Shine

Young & old, tall & short, children & adults of allabilities participate in this fun event. It?s the perfectevent for all runners & walkers. So grab yourneighbor, your family and friends and WHEEL, RUNor WALK WITH US

Saturday, March 22, 2014 in Virginia Beach, VA

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