The CURE Childhood Cancer Annual Picnic is a day of laughter and cheer for children fighting cancer and their families, a day to reconnect as families and to tap in to the support network of other families walking the same road and a compassionate community of supporters who provide critical assistance during times of need.
Childhood cancer patients, survivors and their families and families who have lost children to cancer are all warmly invited to attend the CURE Childhood Cancer Annual Picnic on Sunday, May 2, 2010 beginning at 10:30 am at Concourse Office Park (I-285 and Peachtree Dunwoody Road). Sponsored by Speedway Children’s Charities, Publix, Amusement Masters and Folks, this picnic is a highlight of the year for many children with cancer and survivors, siblings and family members, providing a day of fun and respite from the daily struggles of dealing with the disease and its aftermath.
In addition to great food, this year’s picnic will feature inflatables, carnival games, special arts and crafts, relay races and obstacle courses and much, much more. The picnic is free of charge for families affected by childhood cancer as well as Lauren’s Run participants.
No registration is necessary.
Click here to see pictures from last year’s CURE Childhood Cancer Annual Picnic.