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Real Panthers Wear Pink - Cedar Grove Breast Cancer Awareness Walk is Oct. 22

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CEDAR GROVE, NJ - Cedar Grove will host the Second Annual Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Awareness Walk on Oct. 22 at 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Panther Park located on Bradford Ave. in Cedar Grove. 

Suggested donations will be collected at the gate.  First 100 $20.00 donations will receive a T-Shirt.  To register as an individual or team please do one of the following:

  • Visit www.cedargrovenj.org and download a sign-up sheet off of the Recreation page, you can also pick up a sign-up sheet at the Recreation Office located on the 2nd floor of Town Hall. All sign-up sheets are to be returned to the Recreation Office.
  • YOU CAN ALSO Email Nancy Walsh taxcollect@cedargrovenj.org or Marisa Landolfi mlandolfi@cedargrovenj.org. Please include all individuals’ names and emails. If you have a team name, please include it in the email.

If you are a Breast Cancer Survivor and would like to have your name included on the dedication banner, please email your name to one of the emails listed above or call 973-239-1410 x220.  You do not have to be participating in the walk to have your name put on the banner.

The Cedar Grove High School Black and Gold Club will sell refreshments with a portion of the proceeds going to the cause and face painting will be available.  Water will be provided to all walkers by Arctic Falls. 

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