The Rylan Project’s 3rd Annual Super Hero Family Fun Run

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Benefiting THE ANEURYSM AND AVM FOUNDATION TAAF

BE SUPER!

SUIT UP JULY 29th FOR PEDIATRIC ANEURYSM AND AVM AWARENESS

Grab Your Mask and Your Cape!  It’s Time to Spread Awareness!!  The Rylan Project, a Special Initiative of The Aneurysm and AVM Foundation (TAAF), is proud to announce their 3rd Annual Super Hero Family Fun Run on Saturday July 29, 2017! 

Gather your team from their secret hideouts and come dressed as your favorite superhero to help us kick-off our annual Southern California event in support of pediatric aneurysm and AVM awareness!  Join masked survivors, caped caregivers, and other comic-related community members as we raise awareness and funds to support TAAF programs, educational outreach, and research grants.

Schedule of Events

*9am:  Check-in begins        9:30am:  Opening Remarks        9:45am:  Run begins

10:15am-12:30pm:  Celebration:  Super Hero Training, Face Painting, Food, Raffle Prizes and More!

Parking and Directions

Free parking is available at Orange Terrace Park/Orange Terrace Community Center lots.  You may also park along the residential street where it is legal and not painted red.  Please abide by all parking street signs posted.  Our event will be held closest to the south parking lot at the corner of Deercreek Dr. and Grove Community Dr.

What to Bring

-Costumes (super hero) and comfortable shoes          -Sunscreen

-A blanket or chair to sit on          -We will be providing water and light refreshments.

Registration

-Registration is $15 for super heroes ages 1 to 101.  Register today online.

**NOTE--Registration the day of is $20 and is cash only. Thanks for understanding.**

Check-In

-Pre-registered walkers proceed directly to the check in tables.

-Unregistered walkers should pick up and sign waivers before getting in line for check-in.

-Donations accepted in cash or check.

Contact:    Dina Chon    dina@taafonline.org    510-464-4540

The Aneurysm and AVM Foundation (TAAF) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to bettering the lives, medical care, and support networks of those affected by brain aneurysm, AVM, and other vascular malformations of the brain. To learn more about the mission and programs of TAAF, please visit http://www.taafonline.org.