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Walking for the APF~How can you join and Help

JoAnna Floyd is setting a date soon June 2012 TBD for a walk to Help raise funds for the APF.  Can you support her, can you walk, donate or sponsor a walker?  Are there any volunteers near Pottstown PA?  What about doing a walk in your own area and inviting friends, family, co-workers?

This is a great time to start planning and thinking how you can help and support ALL in your community, stay health and be well!

For more information on how you can join or participate please contact the APF@
 1- 866-APF-3635, if you have a planned event and need any supplies, brochures, etc they will be happy to help.  If you need wristbands please email AmyLChapman1992@gmail.com

Please stay tuned for more information soon to come.

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