BENEFITING: Epilepsy Foundation of Metropolitan New York
EVENT DATE: Sep 24, 2017
Jamie Dyer wrote -
2017 ITL Walk Overview
My Name Is Jeremy Taylor I’m 9 yrs old and I was diagnosed with Epilepsy in the Summer of 2011. Since my diagnosis, I have had multiple seizures while sleeping and playing. I’ve also had several absence seizures (Brief loss of consciousness) while in school. I am currently on 2 anti-seizure meds twice a day. This coming Sept of 2017, I will be 2yrs seizure free!!!!!!! My Family and friends will be walking for a cure . Please help us reach our goal and fight Epilepsy. “We don’t know how strong we really are until being strong is the only Choice”
DATE: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th
CHECK-IN BEGINS: 9:00 AM
WELCOME & RECOGNITIONS: 10:30 AM
WALK: 11:00 AM
The historic South Street Seaport is where the Walk check-in takes place.
CHECK-IN & EVENT DETAILS
Check-in is located at the Fulton and Water Street entrance to the Seaport. Although it is not required, please bring a copy of your registration confirmation E-mail. The names of all registered Team Members and Individual Walkers will be provided to our check-in staff. If your name has not been pre-registered, you will be directed to on-site registration.
The route is approximately up to 5k along the East River on South Street & Battery Park. There are several resting paces along the way. Walkers are free to stop and turn around at any point. The EFMNY will provide appropriate personnel and signage along the entire route.
DJ, face painting, and more! Fresh water is available.
For more information on how to become a Sponsor or to donate products, please contact email@example.com. To learn more about our Sponsors, check out the sponsor tab.
AFTER THE WALK:
Make a day of it in Lower Manhattan, and enjoy yourself! Area maps will be available, and the Coupon that you are given as you arrive at the Walk will give you vendor discounts.
MORE QUESTIONS: Check out the FAQ tab.
For more information on the Epilepsy Foundation of Metropolitan New York, please visit EFMNY.ORG, and be sure to check out our community blog, EpilepsyNYC.com!