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Help save the ta-tas at the 14th annual Race for the Cure


Expect a big turnout at the 14th annual Susan G. Komen Race
for the Cure on October 17, 2009.

Got pink? This month is National Breast Cancer Awareness month, in which many organizations don pink ribbons in order to remind women of early detection and treatment of breast cancer.
The Miami Susan G Komen Race for the Cure is one of the many pink races being organized by the world's largest grassroot network of survivors and activists that is Susan G Komen for the Cure. This year's run takes place on Saturday, October 17 at Bayfront Park in Miami. 

Schedule:
Race Day Registration 6:00AM
Survivor Procession 7:30AM
Survivor Ceremony 7:45AM
5K Coed Run &Walk 8:30AM
One Mile FunWalk 8:50AM
Tot Run 9:45AM

Celebration 10:00AM

Registration:
5K Run/Walk
$27 by October 9; $30 by October 16; $35 on Race Day

One Mile Fun Walk
$27 by October 9; $30 by October 16; $35 on Race Day

Tot Run for ages 2-7
$10 through Race Day

Susan G. Komen for Cure has raised millions of dollars towards free screenings and breast cancer research for the past 25 years. Click here to visit the organization's website.

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