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Angel Run October 17, 2020- 9:00am - - RESULTS: WWW.PLATTSYS.COM
Race Starts and Finishes at The Greek Spot Cafe
Early Bird Entry Fee - $25 *Early Bird Registration ends on 9/29/20* General Entry Fee – $35.00 Same Day Entry Fee -$40.00
Register at http://www.fightingangelsfoundation.com
or call 203-331-2597 with any questions.
Please preregister to guarantee receipt of your preferred t-shirt size!
Look for the preregistration table for bib/chip and goody bag pick up ON RACE DAY across from
The Greek Spot Cafe at 8AM. 726 East Broadway, Milford CT 06460
*JOGGERS/WALKERS/STROLLERS ARE WELCOME! PLEASE LOOK FOR SPECIFIED PARTICIPANT LINEUP ON RACE DAY.*
*NO PRE-REG PICK-UPS PRIOR TO RACE DAY*
*DOGS NOT ALLOWED ON COURSE*
PRIZES & PERKS:
• Male & Female Winners
• Goodie Bag & T shirt
• Complimentary GYROS and more Music Entertainment
For more details visit www.fightingangelsfoundation.com
Children with Angelman Syndrome (AS) do not talk and many struggle to walk. They have difficulty eating and sleeping.
Every year, individuals with AS die due to complications from seizures. Despite the rarity of AS, a cure for this disorder is
not only possible, but probable. We know what causes Angelman Syndrome. We know that, despite its devastating effects, it's
an incredibly simple disorder involving only one gene. And we know that curing AS will have a profound impact on other
related and rare disorders, such as Prader-Willi, Rett and Fragile X Syndromes, as well as much more common disorders such as
Autism and Alzheimer's.
Fighting Angels Foundation, Inc. ("FAF") is a charitable, tax-exempt ,501(c)(3) organization, dedicated to support
and fund research and raise awareness of the rare neuro-genetic disorder Angelman Syndrome as well as serving and
protecting the needs of the 1 in 15,000 individuals affected by this disorder. Inspired by Joseph (Joey)
Paul Moretti Jr., FAF focuses its activities and sustains its mission through yearly fundraising events and the
support of public donations from generous individuals and corporate contributors.
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