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The Down Syndrome Network of Greater Greensboro (DSNGG) invites you and your family to participate in its first annual 5K walk/run, in honor of World Down Syndrome Day! Our 3.21 Dash for Down Syndrome will be a traditional 5K fundraiser … with a little something extra! Run a spirited extra .11 mile to the second finish line for a 3.21-mile finish, signifying the three 21st chromosomes that characterize individuals with Down syndrome!
Note: Anyone who registers after 2 PM on 3/17/2017 will not be guaranteed to receive their requested shirt size.
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Event parking will be available in either the Church Street Parking Deck or Davie Street Parking Deck in downtown Greensboro. Parking in the decks is free on weekends.
The DSNGG holds the 3.21 Dash for Down Syndrome in honor of World Down Syndrome Day! We hope you will join us as we celebrate and honor those in our lives who have that little something “extra”!
World Down Syndrome Day is celebrated each year on 3/21 to signify the third copy of the 21st chromosome present in individuals with Down Syndrome. Events will take place AROUND THE WORLD to celebrate individuals with Down syndrome and the vital role they play in our lives and communities. To learn more about World Down Syndrome Day and to see how people are celebrating around the globe, go to https://www.worlddownsyndromeday.org/wdsd-2015.
Join us for the Lots of Socks campaign! Wear brightly colored socks, long socks, printed socks, 1 sock… even 3 socks for 3 chromosomes. The choice is yours, but we ask you to join us wearing something which people will ask you about so that you can tell them all about World Down Syndrome Day. Find more information at https://worlddownsyndromeday.org/lots-of-socks.
The Down Syndrome Network of Greater Greensboro is committed to enriching the lives of individuals with Down syndrome by connecting with new families, providing social and educational opportunities for our members, and promoting awareness and inclusion of individuals with Down syndrome in our community. Our website is www.dsngg.org.