Drumstick DASH, Casual Friday with a purpose

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why give a dog prednisone 20mg Soon, thousands of runners and walkers will gather in Downtown Roanoke for the 13th annual Union Bank & Trust Drumstick DASH, the Mission’s largest annual fundraiser!

source “The DASH is great fun and for so many families over the last 13 years, it has become a special Thanksgiving tradition,” says Race Director Uneita Mathews. “But more than that, their participation is helping to feed other families who are hungry and homeless. By wearing these shirts, our faithful Dashers help spread the word and inspire others to come out on Thanksgiving Day to move their feet so others can eat.”

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http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=free-propecia-for-women The Rescue Mission of Roanoke, located at 402 Fourth Street SE, is a 501(C)(3) grassroots organization serving as a Christian Crisis Intervention Center for Southwestern Virginia. Receiving no government funding of any kind, the Rescue Mission is supported by the generous donations of our community partners. Since 1948, The Rescue Mission has consistently served all people in need regardless of race, creed, gender, age, or ethnicity.

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