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Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2014

Join ASA College as we make strides to end breast cancer!

Our faculty, staff and students will be joining the Breast Cancer Awareness Walk on Sunday, October 19, 2014.

Our team will meet at Central Park 72nd Street Bandshell.

We invite anyone interested to walk with us as we attempt to raise awareness and funds to continue the research and treatment of Breast Cancer.

DIRECTIONS

You may sign up electronically by visiting the ASA College official team page ASA COLLEGE

Select “Make a Donation” to give money or
“Join Our Team” to create your own fundraising page and getting others to donate for your walk.
Our Goal is to raise $1,000 for this cause but you can help us with small donations from family and friends.
If you have any questions, comments or need more information about the event and how you can participate, please contact Prof. Nasser Sedhom via email at nsedhom@asa.edu.

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