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HELP PREMATURE BABIES RIGHT HERE IN ALABAMA!

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DID YOU KNOW THAT YOU CAN HELP PREMATURE BABIES BEING BORN, RIGHT HERE IN ALABAMA....JUST BY WALKING OR RUNNING.

MARCH OF DIMES DIRECTOR ASHLEY WHEELER AND EVENT CHAIRMAN, ALAN REGISTER SAY THE "MARCH FOR BABIES" WILL RAISE MUCH NEEDED FUNDS. FUNDS THAT ARE USED TO USE TOWARD AWARENESS, RESEARCH AND ADVOCACY.

THE MARCH OF DIMES HAS BEEN IN SERVICE FOR 75 YEARS ... IT WAS STARTED TO COMBAT POLIO, BUT ONCE THAT WAS CURED, THEY DIDN'T CLOSE SHOP..INSTEAD THEY JUST CHANGED THEIR FOCUS, NOW HIGHLIGHTING AND WORKING ON ISSUES SUCH AS BIRTH DEFECTS AND PREMATURE BABIES.

THERE ARE TWO WALKS...

THE BIRMINGHAM ONE IS APRIL 27TH

TUSCALOOSA IS APRIL 20TH.

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO SIGN UP, GO TO:

www.marchforbabies.org

 

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