Here's what you need to prepare and be protected by the elements.
PS: We LOVE our furbabies, but Avalon Community Hall is restricted to humans. Dogs are not permitted on the Avalon beach, boardwalk, or dunes anytime between March 1st and September 30th.
The Parkinson Council is proud to partner with the Storbeck Family to celebrate the 13th Annual Flip Flop Walk in Avalon (FFW2022)! Funds raised at this event help The Parkinson Council invest local dollars back into our local community for research, comprehensive care, movement programs, and quality of life initiatives.
Inspired by the Storbeck Family and their journey with Parkinson's disease, FFW2022 is scheduled for Saturday, July 9th. Registration and check-in start at 8:00 am. Registration is $35 and includes an official t-shirt* and pair of decorative flip-flops!
*For folks registering after 12 pm on Friday, July 8th, your t-shirt size is not guaranteed.
Pop Pop's Peeps
Elaine Feldenzer and her daughter Linda Storbeck
Joining us is as easy as 1-2-3!
8:00 am - 8:45 am: Check-in (pre-registration encouraged!)
9:00 am - 9:15 am: Welcome and Kick-Off
9:15 am to 10:15 am: Walk, and return to Avalon for cool treats and beach-themed raffle items!
10:30 am: Raffle drawing
11:00 am: Walk results, closing remarks, and end
The Parkinson Council also takes checks! You should make it payable to The Parkinson Council and add a note in the memo line of your team, team captain or fundraiser and mail it to The Parkinson Council, 12 W. Willow Grove Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19118.
About The Parkinson Council
The Parkinson Council is the premier regional organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for families impacted by Parkinson's. Our investments include education, comprehensive care (including mental and emotional health), research, exercise, and outreach provided by world-renowned, institutions and innovative service organizations in the Philadelphia region. We strengthen our role in the Parkinson's community by increasing the number of lives we touch every year.
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