|Where:||William Hawrelak Park|
|Date:||Saturday September 23, 2017|
Thank you for Lighting The Night in Edmonton!
The Light The Night Walk in Edmonton was a huge success! We had over 930 walkers in attendance and over $240,000 was raised in support of the blood cancer community. On behalf of the entire LLSC community: volunteers, Board of Directors, researchers, survivors, patients, their families, and all those who have been affected by a blood cancer, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts!
By fundraising for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada, you are helping to provide vital information, support and education programs to blood cancer patients, survivors, their caregivers and healthcare providers.
A big thank you goes out to all of our 200 of our amazing volunteers, including:
• Photographers: Kyla Feschuk, Cory Hope, and Samantha Parker
• Area leads: Arianne B (VIP), Justine B (Lanterns), and Paul O (Route Marshal)
• Volunteer groups: the Jellinek Society, the Leduc Drama Society, Microsoft, UFCW Local 401, Whimsical Entertainment, Winnifred Stewart Association
• Other awesome individuals: Lisa & Rider from Hot 107, Keith W (our sound guru) and Robert (aka Michael Jackson)
We can’t wait to walk with you again next year!
Registration for Light The Night 2018 will open on World Cancer Day, February 4th.
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