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Please join us on Saturday, May 10, when Newark and surrounding
communities will walk along the OSU/COTC campus and rally at the Rotary
Park Pavilion to raise awareness and funds to end lung cancer. The walk is 1.5 or 3 miles.
Refreshments, an Honor Wall, music, raffles, and a silent auction as
well as a play area for the children will be provided. Breathe Deep
Newark returns because of community support like yours and is a
wonderful opportunity for individuals impacted by lung cancer to be with
others and to feel the power of people coming together. Put a team
together and join us this Mother's Day weekend in MEMORY of Jean Mellars
but also in support of all those impacted by this horrible disease. Join us in memory of a lost loved one, in honor of a survivor, in support of all
those impacted by lung cancer.
Awards will be given to the top three fundraising teams and the top individual fundraiser. Goody bags will be given to the first 50 to check in.
For every $300 raised you will be entered into a raffle for the Tablet and Headphones below.
Come out Saturday to see a karate demo by Annarino's Lil' Dragons!
Event Day Speakers
Newark's Mayor, Jeff Hall, will be joining us again this year to present the Proclamation!
Nana-Sinkam from the James Cancer Hospital at OSU will be speaking again this year!
Breathe Deep Newark was created in memory of Jean Mellars, mother of seven, who discovered she had lung cancer too late to do anything about it. One of her daughters became involved with LUNGevity Foundation in Chicago and, with the help of her father and other family members, brought the event to Newark not only to honor her mother's memory, but also to raise awareness in the hope that others impacted by lung cancer (1 in 14 Americans!) have a better understanding of the facts, and to raise funds for research and early detection techniques. Your support can help make a difference. Please consider one of the many ways you can get involved ...