Aug
21
Mon
Spin For A Cure @ Prime Time Athletic
Aug 21 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Strides-for-Life-Spin-For-A-Cure-2015-event__Don’t miss out on our 12th annual outdoor Spinning event to raise funds and awareness of colon cancer for Strides for Life Colon Cancer Foundation. Join us Sunday, August 20, 2017 at 9:00 am for this two-hour event. Four of our Spinning Instructors will lead you through a fun and challenging ride, which will be held outside on the pool deck. Strides for Life is funded entirely through the generous contributions of individuals and corporations. Besides fun in the sun, we will be selling raffle tickets for $1.00. You must be present to win. After this two-hour ride we will be serving healthy treats.

A minimum donation of $25.00 per rider will reserve your bike. CHECKS OR CASH ONLY. Even if you do not ride in the event, we would greatly appreciate your support through a donation of any amount. All checks should be made payable to Strides for Life. Space is limited, so sign up at the front desk today!

For more information regarding this event, please contact Fitness Director Cathy Firkins, at 650.697.7311 extension 613.

 

Oct
15
Sun
14th Annual 4-Mile Walk, Run, & Ride @ Lake Merced, San Francisco at Lake Merced Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard
Oct 15 @ 7:30 am – 10:30 am

The Strides for Life Colon Cancer Foundation holds its Annual 4-Mile Walk, Run, & Ride at Lake Merced in San Francisco each fall. This is a fun event for all ages and a great opportunity to raise awareness for colon cancer.

DATE:  October 15, 2017
REGISTRATION OPENS: 
7:30 am
RACE START TIME: 
9:00 am

Register today for our 14th Annual 4-Mile Walk, Run, & Ride

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Thank you to all of our participants, sponsors and volunteers for making the 13th Annual Strides for Life Colon Cancer Foundation Walk, Run, & Ride a great success! You have helped bring us one step closer to saving lives by allowing us to promote prevention and early detection of this devastating disease.

Colorectal cancer is a preventable disease! Please remember to get screened by the age of 50 if you are of average risk and earlier if you have a family history of colon cancer or polyps. Don’t ignore any signs or symptoms you may be experiencing, including blood in your stool, changes in bowel function, abdominal pain, unexplained weight loss, or anemia. Colon cancer is still a very treatable disease, especially when caught early.

Congratulations to our 2016 Race Winners!!!