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Race To Cure Sarcoma

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Race To Cure Sarcoma

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Nov 20, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM CST
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About the event

Ray of Light Team Page - Join or Donate The Race to Cure Sarcoma Nashville is going Virtual!

The highest priority of the Sarcoma Foundation of America is the health and safety of our community. To that end, although we hoped to have an in person Race to Cure Sarcoma Nashville event this year, the current COVID situation has caused us to take the most cautious path and host the event virtually again this year. What does this mean? Run, walk, bike in your neighborhood, favorite park or treadmill and share pictures and videos on the Race to Cure Sarcoma Nashville Facebook page. Registered participants will receive a race packet that consists of a RTCS t-shirt, medal, and race bib.  Please register by October 29th to receive a t-shirt. We appreciate the support we received from the Nashville community virtually in 2020. We hope you will support us again this year! There will be a virtual program on the Race to Cure Sarcoma Nashville Facebook page that includes survivor stories, team highlights and honoring those we have lost. You can post pictures and videos to share with the Nashville sarcoma community.

What you need to know:

Date: November 20, 2021

Location: Anywhere you'd like!

Registration fee: $35.00

******REGISTER BEFORE October 29th to receive a t-shirt.  Registrations after October 29th will receive a medal and race bib.*****

Spread the word! Have your friends and family join you in this event. Create a fundraising team and challenge each other to hit your goals. Share your efforts on social media and use the hashtag #RTCSNashville to connect with others who are participating.

With the pandemic changing so much in our world, one thing remains constant: SFA's dedication to our mission. Sarcoma patients need our help more than ever and we invite you to join us at this critical time of need.

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