Snowshoe fundraiser set to return on January 16
GRAFTON - The Susan G. Komen Vermont Snowshoe registration is now open. Registration rate information is available online at komen.org/vermontsnowshoe. A virtual registration option is available for those who prefer to snowshoe where they are.
The 2022 Komen Vermont Snowshoe will be held, in-person, on Sunday, January 16, at the Grafton Trails & Outdoor Center. The center will open at 8:30 am for new registrations and pre-registration snowshoe activities. Participants may snowshoe as a team or individually. Snowshoeing is expected to begin at 9:30 am.
All registrants indicating at the time of registration that they wish to be recognized as a breast cancer survivor or someone living with metastatic disease will receive an event T-shirt. T-shirt pickup will be held outside at the Grafton Inn, on Saturday, January 15, between 4 to 6 pm. This will be a great time to drop off snowshoe donations. A group photo for survivors and those living with metastatic disease is planned for next morning at 9 am.
The event is a family-friendly event with fun for everyone. Snowshoe demos will be available on a first come, first serve basis courtesy of Dion Snowshoes.
While fundraising is not required, it is strongly encouraged. Registered snowshoers raising $50 or more will receive an event T-shirt. Vermont snowshoe proceeds will support the Komen Helpline, Treatment Assistance Program, national breast cancer research, and advocacy in pursuit of health equity for all.
All donations handed in and made online by 6 pm on Saturday, January 15, will qualify snowshoers for top fundraising recognition.
There are volunteer opportunities for Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning, and there are sponsorship opportunities. All information may be found online at Komen.org/vermontsnowshoe. Questions may be addressed to development manager Linda Maness at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (802) 548-4691.