Join the new Hollywood Lions Club for a glowing night of FUNdraising for Project Alive on March 10. Wear your flashing and glowing gear while you run, walk or skip your way around the Young Circle Arts Park for a night of fun, vendors, DJs, dancing, and other entertainment to benefit the search for a cure for Hunters Syndrome during this party-style 5k event!
The event is scheduled to inclue Food, music, face/body painting, entertainment and vendors, and will start at 4pm with the Fun Run commencing at 7pm. Early Bird Registration is only $15 per person! There is also discounted registration for teams, school clubs and organizations. Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Register your team or become a sponsor today by contacting www.HollywoodLionsClub.orgGet more info on the event on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/390498584754110/Hunters Syndrome is a genetic disorder that affects mostly males. There are estimated to be approximately 2,000 people afflicted with Hunter syndrome worldwide. To learn more about Hunters Syndrome/Project Alive, please visit https://projectalive.org/hunter-syndrome.
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