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$84,859.64

We have raised

$213,000.00

Our Goal

Campaign Progress
of Goal
$84,859 Raised
$213,000.00
40% Achieved
920
Participants
172
Teams

Event Details

Time:
Registration at 9:00 AM
Ceremony at 9:45 AM
Walk at 10:00 AM

Route Length: 2 miles

Location:
Spirit Communications Park
1640 Freed Dr
Columbia, SC 29201
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Contact:
Alexis Watts
803-509-7352
awatts@alz.org

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Our Sponsors

National Presenting Sponsor

Edward Jones

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National Teams

Diamond Level

Brookdale

Platinum Level

LCS
Senior Star
Sigma Kappa

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Top Fundraisers

Participants
  1 -  Grand Champions Club Self Donor ARTHUR ALBRITTON ($1,500.00)
  2 -  Grand Champions Club Hilary Royer ($1,310.00)
  3 -  Grand Champions Club Self Donor Shilpa Srinivasan ($1,270.00)
  4 -  Grand Champions Club Self Donor Jeremy Thomason ($1,245.00)
  5 -  Champions Club Self Donor April Hamilton ($805.00)
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Teams
  1 -  Rock to Remember - Magnolia Place at Longwood Plantation ($5,840.00)
  2 -  Still Hopes ($2,831.00)
  3 -  SLC - Wellmore of Lexington ($2,084.88)
  4 -  Colonial Gardens ($1,927.60)
  5 -  Michael Baker International ($1,806.00)
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Groups
  1 - Edward Jones ($5,190.00)
  2 - Still Hopes ($2,831.00)
  3 - Senior Living Communities ($2,084.88)
  4 - JEA Senior Living ($1,927.60)
  5 - Michael Baker International, Inc ($1,806.00)
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