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The 6th Annual 3.21 Run for Down Syndrome will occur at Camp Olympic Park in Emmaus, PA (new location). The 3.21 mile distance symbolizes the 3 copies of the 21st chromosome that causes Down syndrome. 100% of the proceeds will stay local and benefit the Eastern PA Down Syndrome Center. It’s not your typical 5K, it has just a little bit extra to make it special.
Registration Fees (non-refundable):
Prizes will be awarded for top 3 in overall, age group, and individuals with Down syndrome. Tshirts will be give to all participants who register by April 1, 2018. Tshirts will be available for purchase on race day. You will have the option to waive the tshirt to have the amount donated directly to the EPDSC.
Address for GPS is 3120 South Cedar Crest Blvd, Emmaus, PA 18049
Race Day Schedule
8:00 AM Onsite Registration
9:00 AM 3.21 Mile Run/Walk
10:30 AM Awards Ceremony
For more race info please visit: http://www.epdsc.net/special-events/3-21-run-for-down-syndrome
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The Eastern Pennsylvania Down Syndrome Center is dedicated to the physical and mental well-being of ALL persons with Down syndrome and their families. Our mission is to equip families and individuals influenced by Down syndrome with the latest medical advancement, social, emotional and educational support in order to maximize each individual’s potential.
Medical Services - Clinical services using a preventive approach are available. These services include: Comprehensive medical assessments for infants, children and adolescents by one of our physicians. Referral of patients to specialists who have an interest in meeting the needs of individuals with Down syndrome. Evaluation by our developmental occupational therapist. Collaboration between our medical staff and the patient’s primary care physician.
Family Support - Provides information about Down syndrome to new families. Assists families in locating medical, educational, recreational and social services. Connects families that have similar medical and educational needs. Provides networking opportunities for families through our annual social events.
For further information about the EPDSC or the First Annual 3.21 Run for Down Syndrome, please contact us at: Center: 610-402-0184 * 610-402-0187 (fax) www.epdsc.net
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