In 2023 ISAAC will host our 2nd Walk/Run/Roll: Building the Beloved Community: Moving Towards Wellness, Unity and Equity
This event will include a Walk/Run/Roll distance of your choice for all ages. This walk/run/roll is open and inclusive for community members using wheelchairs, walkers and strollers.
After the walk/run/roll there will be community fellowship with food, music, singing, drumming and performances from social justice, cultural and faith communities.
There will also be vendors to promote connections and awareness to businesses, agencies, social justice organizations, health institutions, and faith communities.
This is an event for all ages and all community members.
Registration discount extended!
Register yourself or your team by AUGUST 31!
Check out our awesome new ISAAC Apparel--hoodies, long-sleeve & short-sleeve Ts, and caps! Beautiful colors and lots of sizes! With a message that lasts all year round! (Click here.) And if you want to save on the cost of shipping, you can pick up your order at Artwear Apparel, 501 Gull Rd., Suite B.
All thanks to Kerria Randolph, ISAAC VP for Fund Development.
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