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"l Leukemia& Lymphoma Society to host Light The Night Walk Delaware chapter in memory of a family member or friend with cancer. Participants to host event Oct. 14 will also be awarded a variety of prizes based on their total The Leukemia & Lymphoma fundraising efforts. Society will host its signature "While the walk is still a few walk event, Light The Night, months away, it's time for partici- Saturday, Oct. 14, at the pants to start planning for their Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk. involvement by recruiting their Registration will begin at 5 p.m., family, friends and work col- and the walk will begin at 7 p.m. leagues," said Tini Scherer, cam- The Delaware chapter is cur- paign coordinator of the Light rently seeking participants and The Night Walk. "Last year over volunteers to raise money for the 1,000 Walkers in the state of society's mission of finding cures Delaware raised $170,000 for the for leukemia, lymphoma, society. This year we have set a Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, goal of $210,000." and improving the quality of life For additional information, of patients and their families, contact Scberer at the Delaware Light The Night is the society's chapter of The Leukemia & nationwide evening walk to corn- Lymphoma Society at 302-661- memorate lives touched by can- 7300, Ext. 26, or visit www.light- cer. Participants carry flickering red and white balloons along a 2- Light The Night Walk is being to 3-mile walk within their corn- held in two locations in the state munities. Cancer survivors hold and sponsored locally by The white balloons, and all supporters Edgar A. Thronson Foundation, carry red balloons. AstraZeneca, Wilmington Trust, Individual walkers are wel- General Motors Wilmington come, and families and compa- Assembly, Fast Signs, Wyeth hies are invited to form teams to Pharmaceuticals, Fidelity walk in this evening event. Investments, Frightland, There is no registration fee, but McDonalds, Grisillo's Thriftway, participants are encouraged to Happy Harry's Discount Drugs, raise $100 for the society's BlueCross BlueShield of research and patient service pro- Delaware, Lewes-Rehoboth grams. In addition, dedication Association of Churches, ECI, banners will be displayed to give Wilmington Blue Rocks, WSTW everyone an opportunity to place 93.7, WDEL 1150, Eagle 97.7, a name or message in honor of or Cool 101.3, La Exitosa 930. Recovery awareness goal of walk/run To shed light on the benefits of The Recovery walk/run will be recovery from addictions, approximately two miles. Thresholds Inc. will host a Everyone is invited to join us. Recovery Walk/Run from 5 to 7 Registration is free, and the first p.m., Thursday, Sept. 21, in 100 to people to preregister will Rehoboth Beach. The walk/run is received a free T-shirt. The event part of .the 17th annual obser- will begin at Rehoboth Avenue at vance of National Alcohol and the Boardwalk at 5 p.m. Prizes Drug Addiction Recovery Month. will be awarded to those who fin- Recovery Month is a nationwide ish first." Free'pizza will be pro- celebration of people in recovery vided for all participants. For from substance use disorders and details, call Sue Harris, treatment the treatment providers who help services director, at 856-1835 or them reclaim their lives, email The Wellness Community explores labyrinth The Wellness Community-Delaware participants will learn the bene- fits of walking the labrynith pattern at 6:30 p.m., Monday, Sept. 11, at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Lewes. Hospitals and cancer care cen- ters around the country, including John's Hopkins in Baltimore, are installing labyrinths to relax and bring comfort to staff, patients and family members. Mary Van House will be the guides on the labyrinth. 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