Phenomenal Women And Men Breast Cancer And Heart Walk OCT 20

Dated: October 18 2018

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By Connie Amos-Parsons, Author


West Potomac High School

6500 Quander Road

Alexandria, VA 22307




Join us for a 1, 2 and 3 Mile Walk and Run Phenomenal Women and Men Breast Cancer and Heart Walk on Oct 20th from 9-11 am at West Potomac High School in Alexandria VA! Donations of $5 per mile are tax deductible and proceeds go to American Heart Association and Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Sponsor is At Your Service Events Planner LLC in partnership with Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Alexandria. Pledges are $5 for 1 Mile $10 for 2 miles and $15 for 3 miles! All ages and participants are welcome. Po Green Food truck will be available for purchase. The Walk is in honor of family and friends who have lost their battle and for awareness of Breast Cancer, Heart Disease and Stroke.


Connie Amos-Parsons, Owner/CEO

At Your Service Events Planner LLC

434-944-1077 C

240-235-6003 O


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