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      Chattanooga Autism Awareness Walk - 2017 in Chattanooga


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      November 18, 2017

      Saturday   9:00 AM

      150 River Street
      Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405

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      Chattanooga Autism Awareness Walk - 2017

      REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS: After you click "Buy Tickets", select how many of each registration type you want. Pick your shirt sizes and pay. Start your personal fundraiser page. Just follow the instructions. Once your supporter page is done, click the create a team button, or join a team button. Notes: You must first finish your personal supporter page before you can create a team or join a team. Your registration fees won't show up immediately on your supporter page. This may take a day or two and they'll be listed as an offline donation and count towards total fundraised. If you register multiple people, you will need to make new personal fundraiser pages for each of them separately. We recommend you make your page first, then your team page. Then, go back to the walk home page and find the link to create more fundraiser pages. Make those and have them 'join team'. This is THE largest Autism Awareness walk in the region. Kids activities and exhibitors open up at 9am. We'll have music and an M.C. plus awards and fun. At 11am there is a beautiful 2-mile walk across the Walnut Street Bridge which is lined with dozens of banners showing autism facts. Money raised supports local autism-related programs for kids and adults with autism. Money raised supports local autism-related programs for kids and adults with autism. For more details about the walk, visit www.ChattAutismWalk.com

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      Event details may change at any time, always check with the event organizer when planning to attend this event or purchase tickets.
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