Cape Cod Moms has been invited to participate complimentary as WALK LEADERS! If you are interested in joining our team for the day, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition (MBCC) is preparing for its 19th annual statewide, multi-sport event, Against the Tide, at DCR's Nickerson State Park in Brewster on August 18th. We are reaching out today to encourage mothers from across the state to join our Mothers for Breast Cancer Prevention team at this year's event.
Sadly, most of us know someone who has been touched by breast cancer - a friend, a sister, an aunt, a mother, a grandmother. Many of us at MBCC know first-hand how devastating a breast cancer diagnosis can be, and we are passionate about changing the legacy of breast cancer for future generations. MBCC is dedicated to preventing breast cancer through community education, research advocacy, and changes to public policy. We have been fortunate to work with so many women demanding greater protection of their children and grandchildren's health. The Mothers for Breast Cancer Prevention team is a great way to come together and lend support to a cause that impacts far too many Massachusetts families.
Against the Tide is an inspiring, family-friendly event that brings people from all walks of life together with one goal in mind: breast cancer prevention. With a 1/2-mile paddle board, 1-mile competitive swim, 1/2-mile or 1-mile recreational swims, 3-mile fitness walk, 5K or 10K runs, and 2-mile kayak, there is truly something for everyone! The event also offers an Aquathon "Splash and Dash" component, where participants "splash" in the competitive 1-mile swim and immediately "dash" in your choice of the 5K or 10K run. All swim, run, and Aquathon events feature chip timing.
Please join us on August 18! You can register to be part of our Mothers Team for Breast Cancer Prevention at www.firstgiving.com/team/376538. You can also start your own team or sign up as an individual at www.mbcc.org/swim. Your support will help to change the impact breast cancer will have on future generations.
Cape Cod Moms