11 February 2009

Terry Connolly ORGANised Walk

| johnboy
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Details are now up for the Terry Connolly ORGANised Walk.

    The annual Terry Connolly ORGANised Walk around Lake Burley Griffin will be held on Wednesday 25 February.

    As the day dawns over Lake Burley Griffin, the walk commences at Regatta Point, heads clockwise around the lake crossing Kings Avenue Bridge, then on to Commonwealth Avenue Bridge and finishing back at Regatta Point.

The purpose is to raise awareness of the need for organ and tissue donation. For those with short memories the walk is named in honour of the late Justice Terry Connolly of the ACT Supreme Court who died on Red Hill in September 2007.

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For those who can’t quite read the print on the flyer:
Its part of Organ Donor Awareness Week 2009 (the main event, actually).
Registration for the walk is free, and there’s a free BBQ breakfast afterwards.
Registration would probably be handy, so that the sponsors know how many people they’re feeding.
Dogs (and llamas) are welcome too.

You can also register to be an organ donor on the day.

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