Join Dekalb Women’s Specialists in our fight against BREAST CANCER

Dekalb Women’s Specialists will be participating in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5k walk in Atlanta on Saturday, October 29th. We encourage all of you to join us in this cause! Our goal is to raise $5000 dollars. We will create a paper ribbon to display on our wall for each person that donates! Contact our office if you have any questions.

American Cancer Society
Making Strides of Atlanta Presented By: Independent Insurance Agents For A Cure.

Join DeKalb Women’s Specialists in our fight against BREAST CANCER

Our 5K team name is: DWS Walk/Run For Health

Making Strides 5K Walk is for everyone!

Event Details

Date: Saturday, October 29, 2016

Registration: 7:00 a.m. Walk begins: 9:00 a.m

Address: Piedmont Park

1342 Worchester Drive NE. Atlanta, Ga.

All of us have been touched by someone in our lives that has either fought BREAST CANCER or who is in the ring with their boxing gloves on!

Help us to raise funds to find a cure by purchasing a ribbon with or without the name of your fighter on it!

Let’s get out there and paint the town PINK!

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