07. November 2020 - 20:00 till 23:00
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Light Up the Lake Virtual Walk/Run Nova Scotia, online, Saturday, 07. November 2020

Our SEVENTH Light Up the Lake in Nova Scotia! Join in!

This year will be a bit different....and completely VIRTUAL!

Although we will miss being together, there are lots of positives!

You can PICK YOUR OWN ROUTE!

You can PICK YOUR OWN DAY/TIME!

You can have a physical activity goal to work towards!

Best of all, you can SHINE A LIGHT on PANCREATIC CANCER by raising awareness!

ADD the option to fundraise and support patients across Nova Scotia!



Register through the Running Room as an individual, team or family: https://www.events.runningroom.com/site/17096/



Participate on Nov 7th- or any date before hand!!



All participants will receive a custom race bib, lanyard and finisher's medal!



Kits will be mailed out starting in late August. Once you receive your kit, pick your route, your date/time. Post pics from your run/walk to encourage others and raise awareness of pancreatic cancer! Register TODAY!



Be sure to post your event pics to social media and include #craigscause and #LUTL! We are attention seekers!



Fundraising is optional but encouraged!

Donations support Awareness, Education, Support and Research.



Why is funding needed?

- In 2020 the Canadian Cancer Society predicts that Pancreatic Cancer will become the third cause of all cancer deaths, surpassing Breast Cancer deaths.

- Only 8% of Canadians are expected to survive 5 years from diagnosis.



YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE! By participating YOU WILL increase awareness about this devastating disease. YOU WILL support Canadians who have been diagnosed, along with their loved ones.



Find out more about Craig's Cause Pancreatic Cancer Society and our services here: http://www.craigscause.ca/

Saturday, 07. November 2020, online, Light Up the Lake Virtual Walk/Run Nova Scotia

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