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Old 09-07-2011, 05:02 PM #1
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Thumbs Up Moving Day

People who move change the world!

Join us for Moving Day, a day that will move you and others to speak up about Parkinsonís disease. Itís more than just a fundraising walk. Itís a day to change the state of awareness about a disease that affects so many of our family and friends. Itís a movement for everyone to join together to move the needle.

Register today to be entered into a drawing for an iPod Touch! The drawing will take place on Moving Day, right before the official start of the walk. WINNER MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN. Register for one of three inaugural Moving Day events and follow the steps for registering a team or as an individual walker. If you canít attend, please consider making a donation to support another participant or team. Your efforts will help raise funds to improve the lives of the one million people living with Parkinsonís disease in the United States. Donít delay Ė register by the following dates for each location:

ē Monday, Sept. 26 for Oct. 1, 2011 Moving Day in Pittsburgh

ē Monday, Oct. 10 for Oct. 16, 2011 Moving Day in Washington, D.C.

ē Monday, Oct. 17 for Oct. 22, 2011 Moving Day in Rome, GA

Moving Day will feature family friendly walk routes, food, music and celebration for people of all ages and abilities. A unique feature of this fundraising event will be a Movement Fair, including demonstrations of Tai Chi, Yoga, dance, Pilates and much more, illustrating the importance of movement to people living with Parkinsonís disease.
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With the first Moving Day walk for Parkinson's starting in only 9 days, help us change the world for the whole Parkinson's community — make your move today with these 3 simple steps:
  1. Share the Moving Day message from Katie Couric, Honorary Chair of Moving Day Encourage your friends and family to get in the spirit of Moving Day by spreading Katie Couric's special Moving Day message and raising awareness about a disease that affects so many of our family and friends.
  2. Support Moving Day by changing your Facebook profile picture A picture speaks a thousand words — speak up about Parkinson's disease by changing your Facebook profile picture to the Moving Day poster! Download the Moving Day poster today.
  3. Add a Moving Day banner to your website Share your involvement with your friends and family by adding a Moving Day banner to your personal website. Download the banner and don't forget to hyperlink the image to image to www.npfmovingday.org!
We look forward to seeing you soon in Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C., and Rome, GA!

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