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Goal: $1,500.00
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Hello Friends,

2014 marks the 7th annual MS Challenge Walk in Door County. Since our first walk in 2008, Coach Arvan and I have raised over $21,000 for the MS Society! We have participated in this event for the past six years, sometimes walking the entire 50 miles, sometimes walking less. Regardless of the distance we walk, each year's event continues to have a lasting and humbling effect. The opportunity to help our friend continues to remind me of how blessed we all are, and I pray for the day she no longer has to live with this disease.

Consider these recent advances:

  • Investigators are researching if a toxin, produced by a common strain of bacteria, may actually trigger the development of MS in some people.
  • Two recent studies have shown the potential of stem cells (derived from your own skin) for growing new myelin.
  • For the first time, a trial is underway to determine if a re-purposed therapy can protect the nervous system from increased damage in primary- and secondary-progressive MS.

This progress, as well as funding for programs and services for people diagnosed with this disease, are possible because people like you care to join the fight against MS. Please make a donation today and help us find a cure. 

Thank you. 


Please note that this year's fundraising efforts include a brat fry on Saturday, May 31st to raise funds and awareness for the MS Society, as well as to recognize World MS day, which is observed on Wednesday, May 28th. 

Event: Blurred Lines Brat Fry                                                                       Location: Water Street Pub, 931 N 12th Street, Sheboygan                      Date/Time: Saturday, May 31 ~ 11:00-8:00pm




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