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Visit five unique Anacortes homes and two boats of interest, which will dock at the Cap Sante Marina. Supported by the Dr. Samuel Gordon Brooks Guild.
Date: Sunday Sep 15, 12:30 p.m. Location: Anacortes area Contact: 360-299-0641Cost: $20 per person
Participants on any wheels – bikes, roller blades, etc. – are welcome to join in this family-friendly, orange-themed event sponsored by the Hansje Brinker Guild. Proceeds benefit Seattle Children’s Child Life Department.
Date: Sunday Sep 22, 10:30 a.m. Location: Seward Park, Seattle Contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgCost: $15 per person; $45 per family
Enjoy a delicious dinner and auction while supporting Seattle Children’s research into mitochondrial disease. Presented by the Mitochondrial Research Guild.
Date: Saturday Sep 28 Location: Willows Lodge,
Bring your family and participate in a 5K
run or 3K walk with thousands of other supporters and enjoy music, food and prizes. Co-presented by the Pediatric Brain Tumor Research Guild and the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle.
Date: Sunday Sep 29, registration 8 to 9:15 a.m.; race 10 a.m. Location: Seward Park, Seattle Contact: RunOfHopeSeattle.orgCost: $30 per runner
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