8th Annual Move for the Cure 5K Walk/Run

Clay County Hospital is again proud to announce its support in increasing awareness of the importance of prevention, early detection and treatment of breast cancer. CCH asks for your help by participating again in the 8th Annual Move for the Cure 5K Walk/Run on Saturday October 14th 2017 at 8:00A.M.  All proceeds will be donated to the Clay County Cancer Support Group and Clay County Crusaders where 100% of their donations will go to Clay County residents.

Register Today! Download the Register Form

Please return your completed forms no later than September 29th to Clay County Hospital Radiology Department or mail to Clay County Hospital Attention: Tisha Kitley (Radiology Department). If pre-registration is completed race shirts and packets may be picked up on Friday, October 13th in the hospital conference room from 12-4PM or call the Radiology Department at 662-1636.

Invite your family and friends to come and join us in supporting our community in the fight against breast cancer on Saturday, October 14th. This year our Health and Wellness Expo will immediately follow in the Flora Elementary School gym at 9:30am. Please join us for this great day! Download event details letter.

 

Become a Sponsor

We are looking for sponsors to assist in our event. Download the Sponsorship Form.

*Please submit no later than Sept 29th

 

Contact Information

CCH Move For The Cure Committee
911 Stacy Burke Drive
Flora, IL 62839
Ph. 618-662-1636 Fax 618-662-1489
cell 618-508-3635
tisha.kitley@claycountyhospital.org

 

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