Spina Bifida Association
of Washington State
formerly, The Evergreen Spina Bifida Association
WALK N ROLL FOR SPINA BIFIDA 2012
What is the “Walk-n-Roll”?
The Walk-n-Roll for Spina Bifida is a family-friendly, one mile walk event being held to raise awareness about Spina Bifida. The name “Walk-n-Roll” was selected because it embodies a sense of inclusiveness and invokes the sense of empowerment which the Spina Bifida Community embraces in all that it does. A belief in a better tomorrow is our vision and the steps taken in this walk represent steps on a path to realizing that dream. Donors and walkers will support individuals with Spina Bifida by signing up for their favorite team.
Date: Saturday, July 7, 2012
Location: Bradley Lake Park, Puyallup, WA
531 31st Ave SE
Time: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
This event is sponsored, in part by:
How can I help?
Do you have ideas and/or experience with this type of event? This is our 3rd annual event and we are passionate about making it as memorable and enjoyable as possible so please give us your ideas to help make it successful.
Join a Team and
Come and support the thousands of individuals in our area who live with Spina Bifida! All proceeds are used for programs and services for people living with Spina Bifida or to promote the prevention of this birth defect.
How can I participate?
At the site you can also, if you like, Join a Team or create your own team as well as a personal fundraising page and make your first donation! Or complete and mail in a “Registration Form”
By joining others in the Walk-n-Roll for Spina Bifida you are adding your voice to the thousands in support of better tomorrows for those with Spina Bifida.
Our 2012 Walk n Roll Emcee will be Mr. Pat Cashman of local TV & Radio personality.
Pat Cashman has been a broadcast performer and writer in the Northwest for over twenty years. Along the way, he has been a TV weatherman, talk show host, stand-up comedian, short story writer, newspaper columnist, magazine essayist, TV sports reporter, radio and TV voice-over announcer---and character voice talent in cartoons and video games. He is the announcer on Nintendo’s “Super Smash Bros”---currently the most popular video game in the world.
For several years, he was a featured performer, writer and producer on the
Seattle-based sketch TV show “Almost Live!”---a program that was also syndicated
nationally and appeared for two years on the Comedy Central network. For his work
on that show---and other TV efforts from performing to writing, directing to editing---Cashman
has won dozens of Northwest Emmys, advertising awards, radio honors and medallions
from the International Film and TV Festival of New York.
Cashman was an announcer and character actor on Disney’s much-honored “Bill Nye the Science Guy” Show---as well as PBS’s new “Eye’s of Nye.” He was the featured performer on National Geographic’s “Amazing Planet.”
May be made online with your debit or credit card at:
or by mailing a check to:
Spina Bifida Association of Washington State
2128 N. Pines Rd., Suite 17 B
Spokane, WA 99206-6633
Please make your check payable to SBAWS and list Walk-N-Roll and your team name in the memo area.
He also has appeared in or written for productions on HBO, CBS, ABC and Fox
Television. He is currently a writer/performer on the nationally syndicated “Biz
Kids” show, which promotes financial literacy for youths.
Cashman has also been the much-honored host of several popular Seattle radio shows---consistently winning newspaper readers polls as “Favorite Radio Personality.” He also won the same honor on Seattle’s “Evening Magazine’s Best of Western Washington.”
He was recently awarded ‘Western Washington’s Funniest
Comedian” in a poll of KING TV’s “Evening Magazine” viewers.
Registration opens at 10:00 am
Walk-N-Roll begins at 11:15 am
Team Awards & Photos w/ Pat Cashman at 12:00 noon
Summer Picnic (with food provided) 12:30 pm
Bubble Man and other entertainment 1:00 pm
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