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Goose Creek Attorney Ben Akery Sponsoring Annual Walk & Roll Healing Farms

04-22-2017

Goose Creek Attorney Ben Akery Sponsoring Annual Walk & Roll Healing Farms

Goose Creek injury attorney Ben Akery will be sponsoring The Walk & Roll Healing Farms on Saturday, April 29th at Danny Jones Recreation Complex in North Charleston at 10am. There will be food, music, prizes, and even a fun Zone for kids of all ages. Ben is an active board member and chair of the Healing Farms fundraising committee and is excited to participate again for the 3rd annual event. This family friendly event not only raises funds for Healing Farms and what they are doing, but it allows for the opportunity to come together and celebrate abilities.   

Online registration will be open through April 28th and day of registration will behind at 9:00am on April 29th at Danny Jones Recreation Complex in North Charleston.

Healing Farms is a Charleston not-for-profit organization that exists to provide hope and opportunity to the special needs community. The organization provides day programming and support to help young adults with intellectual disabilities find their place and purpose by focusing on their gifts and talents. This amazing program plays a huge role in helping students with special needs as they transition out of high school into adult life.

Register and learn more:  www.healingfarms.com

How you participate is up to you. Walk, push a stroller, pull a wagon, ride a wheelchair, or join as a virtual walker!

If you would like more information on how you can be involved please contact Tron Severe at 843-971-9300 or tron@healingfarms.

 

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