Events,  Lupus Living

Lupus Walk 2018

2018 WALK TO END LUPUS NOW, COLUMBUS

Saturday, May 19, 2018 Kinnett Stadium | 7610 Schomburg Rd., Columbus, GA 31909 Check-in: 8 AM Walk: 10 AM 2018 Columbus Walk On Saturday, May 19th, 2018, we will hold the Walk to End Lupus Now™ in Columbus. You can raise funds and help us reach each our goal of $30,000!  Join thousands of others impacted by lupus to recognize those living with lupus, honor those we’ve lost, and fulfill our vision of a life free of lupus.  
Over the last 6 years I have walked and raise money to fund research for a cure for Lupus. Walk day is  a day where friends and family come out to support  their family members who are living with lupus. It’s also a  day when some of us celebrate the life of someone we knew who has lost their battle to this disease. We also make walk day fun by having a picnic and playing games, dancing and socializing before the walk. Walk with us in Columbus GA,  on May 19th for the annual Lupus walk 2018, help us raise money for a cure to this awful disease. Please go to my Page and donate, thank you. http://chapters.lupus.org/site/TR/WTELN/LFAGeorgiaChapter?px=1014355&pg=personal&fr_id=15  

 Atlanta Lupus Walk of 2017

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A fun day at the Lupus Walk 2017

 
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