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5K Walk/Run

 

Support the ASC Foundation FUNdraiser 5K Run & Walk

In conjunction with the ASC’s Annual Scientific Meeting

Saturday, November 9, 2013

Hilton Bonnet Creek

Orlando, Florida

 

 

Get Active and Involved! 

 Help the ASC celebrate supporting educational initiatives, research and continuous improvement in the standards and quality of patient care. 

 The ASC is committed to promoting our Foundation, and your participation in the 5K Run/Walk will help raise money to support our mission and initiatives*.   The ASC welcomes both Runners and Walkers at every fitness level to participate in our early morning 5K Run/Walk.

 Non-attendees are also welcome to participate.

 

Location:                            Hilton Bonnet Creek, Orlando, Florida

                                            Saturday, November 9, 2013

                                            Participants will check-in starting at 6:00 AM

                                            5K Run/Walk will begin at 6:30 AM

                                            The event is expected to be finished by 8:30 AM or earlier if you pick up the pace!

 

Registration Fee:               $25 registration fee on or before October 20, 2013

                                             $35 registration fee after October 20, 2013 or on Run/Walk day

 

T-shirts:                Participants who register by October 1st receive an event T-Shirt

                              (t-shirt supply is limited and not guaranteed for registrations received after October 1st)

 

Prizes:                   1st, 2nd, 3rd place medals will be awarded to both males and females

 

Proceeds support the ASC Foundation.

 Visit the ASC Web site for more information and to register cytopathology.org

For questions or additional information contact the ASC National Office at (302) 543-6583 or asc@cytopathology.org

*Key missions of the ASC Foundation are supporting educational initiatives, research and patient advocacy. Educational enhancement is given by honoring residents, fellows and cytotechnologists with educational travel scholarships to attend the ASC Annual Scientific Meeting, where participants obtain professional development through lectures, workshops, seminars, poster sessions, and diagnostic challenges. Research initiatives are presented as research grants to promote research in the field of cytopathology. Patient Advocacy is demonstrated by several grants the ASC has provided to those who have helped the underprivileged in the United States and abroad.

 

The ASC Foundation thanks you for getting ACTIVE and INVOLVED!!!