2011 Race Program - Susan G. Komen for the Cure

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2011 Race Program - Susan G. Komen for the Cure
May 8, 2010
Brown’s island
Richmond, Virginia
Susan G. Komen Central Virginia Race for the Cure®
5 . 7 . 11
Brown’s Island
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RICHMOND
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VIRGINIA
Our Story
Born in a promise between two sisters –
Nancy Brinker to her sister, Susan G. Komen,
who died from breast cancer at the age of 36
– Susan G. Komen for the Cure® is the world’s
largest and most progressive grassroots
network fighting to end breast cancer forever.
Thanks for tying
up those laces!
Our Promise
To save lives and end breast cancer forever by
empowering people, ensuring quality of care
for all and energizing science to find the cures.
The CENTRAL VIRGINIA Affiliate
www.vpfw.com or call 897-2100
Since 1998, the Central Virginia Affiliate of
Susan G. Komen for the Cure® has raised over
$4 million to provide funding for Central
Virginia area organizations that provide breast
health screening, treatment and education.
The affiliate also provides funding for the
Komen National Research Program.
Proud to Sponsor the
Susan G. Komen Central Virginia Race for the Cure® 2011
www.komencentralva.org
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SometimeS a little difference
can make all the difference.
at dominion, commitment to diverSity iS an
important part of powering our buSineSS.
Young artist wins
Race T-shirt contest
Franklin Federal Savings Bank congratulates the 2011
Kids for the Cure 1K Run t-shirt artwork winner! Annika’s
design was selected from many beautiful entries that
featured pink ribbons and happy runners! Thank you to
all of the children who submitted artwork this year. We
look forward to seeing more beautiful drawings in 2012!
Franklin Federal encourages not only saving money, but
also saving lives! Thank you for participating in the 14th
Annual Susan G. Komen Central Virginia Race for the Cure!
Annika Grace Kilbo, age 8 1/2
at dominion, diversity isn’t just something we strive for, it’s something we insist on. the bottom line
is that diversity is good business—having a workforce and group of suppliers who come from different
backgrounds and who have had different sets of experiences helps us generate a broader range of
better ideas. as a result, our company is strengthened, our communities prosper and, most important,
our customers benefit.
to learn more about dominion, our dedication to diversity, and how we help power the communities that
power our business, please visit www.dom.com.
NOODLES,
SALADS &
SANDWICHES
from
AROUND THE
WORLD
Proud Sponsor of The 14th Annual Central Virginia Race For The Cure
NOODLES.COM
Willow Lawn • Mechanicsville • Midlothian (Westchester Commons)
Hey kids!
AND Sponsor today’s
IS PROUD TO SUPPORT
Kids For A Cure ®1 K Run!
NOW, we’d like to know what you are SAVING FOR!
SAVINGS ACCOUNT YET?????
HAVE YOU OPENED YOUR FIRST
Come visit us someday!
Thanks to the following companies for donating prizes for our top fund raisers.
A Karen Touch Therapeutic Massage
and Bodywork, LLC
Keswick Hall
The Children’s Museum
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
The Halfway House Restaurant
American Airlines
Maggiano’s Little Italy
The Jefferson Hotel
American Family Fitness
New York Deli
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Bandito’s Burrito Lounge
Putt-Putt Fun Center tm
Whole Foods
Barksdale Theater
Red Robin Gourmet Burgers
Capitol Ale House
Richmond Limousine
Crab Louie’s Seafood Tavern
Road Runner Running Store
Energy Works
The Black Sheep
We regret the omission of companies identified after April 20, 2011.
2011 Komen
Central Virginia
Grantees
The Central Virginia Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, one of over 125 Affiliates nationwide
dedicated to putting an end to breast cancer, recently awarded community grants totaling $643,682
to support breast health education and breast cancer screening and treatment programs in the
Central Virginia Affiliate service area. The Komen Central Virginia Affiliate’s local fundraising efforts,
such as the Komen Central Virginia Race for the Cure®, have enabled it to fund 15 projects with the
following organizations who will improve the lives of women in our area.
Access Now • Richmond, VA
Access Now • Richmond, VA
Augusta Regional Free Clinic • Fishersville, VA
Bon Secours Richmond Health Care Foundation • Richmond, VA
Breast Health Coalition of the Valley • Harrisonburg, VA
Centra – Pearson Cancer Center • Lynchburg, VA
Central Virginia Health Services, Inc. • New Canton, VA
Community Memorial Healthcenter • South Hill, VA
CrossOver Ministry • Richmond, VA
Fan Free Clinic • Richmond, VA
Halifax Regional Health System • South Boston, VA
LINC • Richmond, VA
Nueva Vida • Richmond, VA
Senior Connections/Capital Area Agency on Aging • Richmond, VA
Sisters Network Central Virginia, Inc. • Richmond, VA
Virginia State University Health Center • Petersburg, VA
RACE DAY schedule
MAY 7, 2011
7:00 am • Survivor Photos & Parade of Pink Assembly on Brown’s Island.
7:15 am • Team Photos on
Brown’s Island
8:00 am
• Parade of Pink
8:15 am
• Welcome and Warm-up
8:30 am
• Kids for the Cure® 1K Run
:00 am
9
•5
K Competitive Run
•5
K Recreational Run/Walk
10:15 am
•P
ost Race Celebration
& Awards
Your Opinion
Counts!
Q&W
Participant and
Quisenberry
& Warren, Ltd
Volunteer Survey
Help us make our Race
even better. Please take
a few minutes to tell us
about your
experience at& Warr
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the Race and be entered
into a random drawing for
a prize. Thanks for your
support and time!
Q&W
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You may access the
survey 24 hours a day
Quisenberry
& Warren,
beginning May
7, 2011. Ltd
To participate, click on
RACE SURVEY on
www.komencentralva.org
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provided by:
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2011 Race for the Cure® Committees
I Am The Cure® Co-Chairs
Karen Jordan
Zarah Panaguiton
Central Virginia Affiliate,
Susan G. Komen for the Cure®
1433 Johnston Willis Drive
Richmond, VA 23235
804-320-1772
2011 Board of Directors
Meredith Beadles, President
Lynn Kirk, Vice President
Lynn Jordan, Secretary
Vernal Branch
Melissa Damiano
Carla Harris
Wanda Johnson
Melissa Monk
Vivian Robles
Staff
Linda Tiller, Executive Director
Pem Hall, Director of
Community Health Services
Jessica Barnes, Director of
Volunteer Development
Janna Higgins, Office Manager &
Special Programs
Teams Committee
Jennifer Miller, Chair
Clay Anderson
Kelli Anderson
Shanon Cornelius
Heather Hodges
Cathy Newins
Mary Susan Rowe
Susan Walker
Sleep-In Committee
Sarah Fitch, Co-Chair
Arlette Lubin-Smith, Co-Chair
Volunteer Development
Committee
Jessica Barnes, Chair
Debbie Chadick
Kim Edmunds
Damion McCloud
Jen Miller
Mary Susan Rowe
Communications
Lynn Kirk
Sponsorship
Susan Quisenberry
Survivor Recognition Committee
Jan Benesh, Co-Chair
Debbie Chadick, Co-Chair
Delight Booker
Evelyn Brooks
Sharon Brown
Brenda Bryant
Carol Harris
Ann Kahan
Debbie Lisbon
Jerry Lisbon
Dierdre Mercado
Kim Ricketson
Pledge Program Committee
Jennifer Stertzer, Chair
Pat Bradfield
Angela Luu
Ruthann Priest
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Kid’s Race Committee
Steve Sedlock, Co-Chair
Courtnee Smith, Co-Chair
Finance
Lynn Jordan
Race Co-Chairs
Jessica Braum Corbett
Tracey Leverty
SURVIVOR
CELEBRATION EVENT
Worth
KNOWING
REQUESTING
ATTENDING
INNOVATING
CONTACTING
September 30, 2011
The Jefferson Hotel
Join us for our 6th annual Survivor Celebration! Mark your calendar now for one of the most anticipated events
of the year. Help us to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness season with a tribute to the courageous women who have
battled the disease and the amazing friends and family who have supported them through their journey.
Luncheon will be held in The Jefferson ballroom from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. Cost will be $25 for Survivors and $35 for
other guests. Tickets will go on sale in June. For more information and registration, visit www.komencentralva.org.
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and the global effort
to end breast cancer.
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S p e c i al T h anks
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CrystalWater.com/PinkPlan
Michael Lynch
Boy Scouts of America
Troop 715, 720, 736, 737, 760, 777,
799, 832
Crew 720, 736, 832 and Post 651
Michael George/Richmond Road Runners
The City of Richmond Police Department
Richmond Alumnae Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha
Zoe Williams
Sisters Network Central Virginia
Sisters Network Richmond
The City of Richmond
The Federal Reserve
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About Komen
Central Virginia
LOCAL PRESENTING SPONSORS
The Komen Central Virginia
Race for the Cure® was
GOLD SPONSOR
established in 1998 to honor
Joanne B. Norvell and other
Virginians who had lost their
MARATHON SPONSOR
lives to breast cancer and
to celebrate those who are
survivors. In its first year in
MARA
JOGGER SPONSORS
KELLEHER
since 1968
Richmond, the race raised over
$78,000 with more than 1,200
participants. Each year has seen
MARA
STRIDER SPONSORS
CRYSTAL SPRINGS • KERRYGOLD • NORDSTROM • STARBUCKS
an increase in participation and
support and the race has moved
KIDS FOR THE CURE
1 K RUN SPONSOR
BAGGAGE CHECK
SPONSOR
to larger sites three times in
order to handle the growth. On
MEDIA SPONSORS
the Saturday of Mother’s Day
weekend in 2010, more than
9,300 participants celebrated
a winning battle against breast
cancer. In its thirteen years, over
WATER STOPS
SPONSOR
PRINT DESIGN SPONSOR
PEDIATRIC
CONNECTION
WE REGRET THE OMISSION OF SPONSORS CONFIRMED AFTER APRIL 11, 2011
$4,900,000 has been raised
to fund breast cancer programs
in the local area.

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