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23 Apr
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Thank You April 18th & 19th Walkers!

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Doug Hawthorne, the CEO of Texas Health Resources and Chair of the Dallas March for Babies

Doug Hawthorne, the CEO of Texas Health Resources and Chair of the Dallas March for Babies

In just four cities alone (Dallas, Nashville, Phoenix & Tallahassee), some 40,000+ people participated in this past weekend’s March for Babies!  While it was a little damp in some areas it was a perfect sunny day in others!  Whether it rained or not these thousands of volunteers, including Doug Hawthorne, the CEO of Texas Health Resources and Chair of the Dallas March for Babies (pictured here) got up early to show their support of the March of Dimes!

If you walked in one of the 119 cities that held a March for Babies last weekend share with us your pictures and stories – we love to hear from you and see what a fun time you had!  Once again, thank you to EVERYONE that walked last weekend and we look forward to seeing more friends at this coming weekend’s April 25 & 26 March for Babies events!

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Thank You April 18th & 19th Walkers!

Comment by kristireisner — April 24, 2009 @ 11:01 pm

My family group will be walking tomorow on thr 25th in Cadillac, MI. my family collected just over $500 this year. This was a great accomplishment for us. Really didn’t think we could. I will post photos as soon as I can…

Thank You April 18th & 19th Walkers!

Comment by Fabulous Family Teams! — April 28, 2009 @ 10:29 am

Thank you kristireisner and family for participating in the Cadillac March for Babies!

Thank You April 18th & 19th Walkers!

Comment by Ian Aberle — April 18, 2010 @ 12:20 pm

I have a 120º pano of the walkers before the start of the Dallas 2010 March for Babies up on Flickr… http://flic.kr/p/7UrUF9

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