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ABOUT THE RACE


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ABOUT THE RACE


April 1, 2017

Duke East Campus

 

Schedule of Events

7:00 am

Registration Opens

8:30 am

Timed & Untimed 5K

 

10:00 am

Foolishly Fun Family Run


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Foolishly Fun Family Run

In the spirit of April Fool’s Day, after the Spring for Support 5K head on over to the Foolishly Fun Family Run!  Just under a mile long, this run/walk is suitable for families and individuals regardless of age or ability.  A light-hearted event, the Foolishly Fun Family Run is all about comical entertainment and will feature 5 wacky activities along the course that are sure to keep you laughing from start to finish.  Spoon & egg runs, sack races and hula hoop obstacles are just a few of the madcap happenings along the route.  And, because fools rule at this event, terrific prizes will be awarded to the most spirited individual or team. So wear your most outrageous costume, show your silly side and come support the Duke Cancer Patient Support Program at the Foolishly Fun Family Run! We’ll see you there!

 

Prizes

Largest individual fundraiser - Signed Coach Cutcliffe football

Largest team fundraiser - First pitch Duke baseball experience with tickets to the game

Fastest runner - Signed Duke Football poster

Individual with the most spirit - Pump It Up party for 15

Team with the most spirit -4 tickets to Finding Neverland at DPAC, VIP Parking and $100 gift card to any American Tobacco Campus restaurants


Pre-race Packet Pick-up:

March 31st, 2017

Duke Cancer Center:  11:00-3:00

Skills Lab, Duke Patient Resource Center

20 Duke Medicine Circle, Room 0N10

Durham, NC 27710

919.684.4497

 

March 31st, 2017

Duke East Campus:  5:00-7:00

From Main Street turn on Campus Drive

We will be on the right before the roundabout

Look for the Spring for Support Banner


 

ABOUT THE DCPSP

The Duke Cancer Patient Support Program (DCPSP) provides services and resources to help support patients and their loved ones throughout their experience with cancer. Services include: Individual, couple, and family therapy, support groups, self-image resources, pet therapy, child-life services, recreational therapy, and more. All support services are provided at no charge to patients and their families. The DCPSP believes that quality comprehensive cancer care involves attending to issues beyond the scope of traditional models of medicine. They believe in treating the whole person, not solely the cancer. Further, they believe in treating the whole family, as cancer touches the lives of patients and their loved ones.