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Guide Dog Foundation Stroll & Skate
This year marks a milestone for the Guide Dog Foundation – we’re celebrating 70 years of service! Please join us in celebrating this remarkable occasion at this year’s Stroll & Skate on Sunday, September 25, 2016, at The Rinx at Hidden Pond Park in Hauppauge. Participants can take a 2-mile leisurely stroll with their family and friends and canine companions, and/or choose to ice skate (no dogs on the ice). Don’t feel like ice skating that day? Take home a skate pass that can be redeemed at the Rinx up until October 31, 2016. With activities for children, assistance dog demonstrations, and raffles, there’s something for everyone. And don’t miss our pet costume contest on the red carpet! All registered participants will enjoy a barbecue lunch consisting of a hamburger or hot dog, chips and a drink.
To register online, please visit Stroll.GuideDog.org. Hurry as registration will close soon! Student rate is $25 and all other participants are $30. Don’t wait to register as the rate will be $35 on event day. All proceeds from the Stroll & Skate will benefit the Guide Dog Foundation.
We encourage you to “FriendRaise/Fundraise” in your community and ask family and friends to support your efforts to raise money for those we serve with visual disabilities. After you register at Stroll.GuideDog.org, the site will create your own personalized fundraising page. You can customize this page by adding your own photo and message. All those that raise $75 or more will take home an adorable plush puppy. If you complete the challenge of raising $300 or more you will also take home a long-sleeved Guide Dog Foundation shirt. The top fundraiser will receive an IPAD!!!
For additional information, please call (631)-930-9054. We look forward to your continued participation in the Stroll & Skate to benefit the Guide Dog Foundation.