The 2017 ProHealth Walks for Cancer are scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, May 6, at Field Park in Mukwonago, Fowler Park in Oconomowoc and Frame Park in Waukesha. Each walk is approximately two miles long on a paved surface.
Each year, the ProHealth Care Foundation organizes the Walks for Cancer to bring people together in support of cancer services at ProHealth Care. Funds raised at the walks have a profound impact on cancer patients and their families. The funds are used for clinical trials, lifesaving equipment and technology, and other needed services.
Online registration, walk maps, frequently asked questions and other information can all be found at ProHealthCare.org/WalksForCancer.
Participants save by registering online until May 2. On May 6, on-site registration is $35 and begins at 8 a.m. at each site.
Please visit WalksForCancer@phci.org or call 262-928-9255 for additional information.
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