The 3rd annual Arizona Walk-Run-N-Roll will be held Saturday, February 29, 2020 at Casa Grande Union High School in Casa Grande.
On-site registration begins at 9:00 a.m. The event begins at 10:00 a.m.
Additional details will follow in the coming weeks but plan on live music, giveaways, and more. New this year is something we are calling a Lunch & Learn. Stay after the event for an opportunity to hear more about these disorders. This section of the day will serve as an informal support group meeting featuring two guest speakers listed below:
Emily McFadden OTD, OTR/L Certified PWR!Moves Therapist at Barrow Neurological Institute Outpatient Rehabilitation and Whitney McGinn, PT, DPT, Certified LSVT BIG and PWR!Moves Therapist at the Muhammad Ali Movement Disorders Center
Online registration is $20. Participants 13 and under are free. All registrations include an event t-shirt. We are asking for a registration fee to help offset the cost of organizing this event so that the maximum amount of funds can go directly towards our programs. If the registration fees are a barrier to you attending, please reach out and we will work towards ensuring you can participate.
This year we are doing things a bit differently. Click the link under Register at the bottom of this page and you will be redirected to our event page. From there you can select Start Fundraising to create a profile, pay any registration fees, and select a shirt size. You do not have to fundraise to attend the event, but you do have to follow these steps to register.
The new registration process gives attendees the ability to write their story, upload pictures, create a team of friends and family, and share the event on social media. We think this makes the process more engaging!
Please reach out to Jeremy Bennett at email@example.com with any questions.
SRNA is excited for this opportunity to bring together the members of our community to share stories, experiences, and form lasting relationships all while increasing awareness of these rare neuroimmune disorders. Funds raised from events such as this allow SRNA to continue to offer educational programs (“Ask the Experts” podcasts, the Rare Neuroimmune Disorders symposium, James T. Lubin Fellowship, and Quality of Life camp) and to support groundbreaking research.