13th Annual

Making Tracks for Celiacs

Walk/Run for
Celiac Disease
Research & Awareness

Saturday, May 17, 2014 

Holy Family Catholic High School
8101 Kochia Lane
Victoria, MN 55386 (directions and map)

Rain or shine!

 

Online registration is now open 

Run & Expo Event-Day Registration $25
Walk & Expo Event-Day Registration $10

Expo-only Event-Day Registration $10

Children 7 and younger get in free to walk and expo

Family Fee Cap for Walk and Expo registrations at 4 People*

*Run is not included in the family cap

 

7:45 a.m. Registration opens

8:30 a.m. GF Expo

9:00 a.m. 5K run 

9:20 a.m. 2-Mile Walk

11:00 a.m. GF Expo ends

 

Honorary Chairpersons
Rich Gannon
2002 NFL MVP

Fundraising Event
Sponsored By:

R.O.C.K. Twin Cities
www.TwinCitiesRock.org

Join us in Making Tracks for Celiacs
 

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Join us for the 13th Annual Walk-Run for Celiac Disease in the Twin Cities on Saturday, May 17th, 2014!  The event has a 5K run, 2-mile walk, and gluten-free food expo.

 

Where else do you get to have gluten-free cheese curds or pancakes?  And that is not all.  Dozens of gluten-free vendors and even more sample food will be available at the Walk-Run for Celiac Disease Gluten Free Food Expo when we celebrate raising awareness and research funds for this disease that affects 1 in 133 Americans. We also will be doing a 2-mile walk and 5K run, and collecting donations for the Mass General Hospital's Center for Celiac Research and Treatment. This is the  gluten-free event of the year in Minnesota and is not to be missed!  Ask your family and friends to either come to the event or support you with a donation!

 

Can't attend the event?  Find out how you can donate online or mail in a check!.

 

See the photo album

 

In 2013, we raised nearly $40,000! This year we hope to exceed that!  .

 

Organized by R.O.C.K. (Raising Our Celiac Kids) Twin Cities, this family-friendly event's goal is to gather the celiac community in an affordable way to raise public awareness, educate each other, raise money for research, and of course-- eat fabulous gluten-free food!   Proceeds for this event go to the Center for Celiac Research & Treatment. ROCK can keep up to 25% for local education.