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    1. #1
      the staffords

      Arrow get off your ar*es

      hi folks...tomorrow is adelaides "walk to cure diabetes" day...my daughter ..emma(11) is type 1 diabetic and we are desperate for a cure for her..our only hope is through research..hence our support of the charity JDRF(juvenile diabetes research foundation)...this will be our 3rd year of doing "the walk"..its a great family day..costs you nothing...loads of free stuff for the kids(farm animals ,fairground rides,face painting,treasure hunt)..yes,free...mums can meet crows star nathan bassett(a type 1 sufferer)...it really is a great day out...
      we walk from wigley reserve,glenelg at 10.00am...its a 5k walk along the coast towards brighton and back...what could be nicer.
      more details at www.jdrf.org.au/walk..
      come and introduce youselves,ask for paul(pom)...at the hills/team poly tent
      at the end of the day its a free day out,and you are helping find a cure for my daughter
      cheers paul

    2. #2
      ems is offline

      Senior Member
      Join Date
      Mar 2008
      Seaford Rise
      32 times
      Hope the day goes well. Not in Adelaide yet but would love to do it next year. Could you inform us next year when its happening, i'm sure it is widely publicised.

    3. #3
      the staffords
      thanks ems...hope we dont have to walk next year because they have found a cure!!??!!but if not,we look forward to it.
      many thanks for your response
      paul,paula,emma n alex

    4. #4
      the staffords
      meant to say...emma is a youth ambassador for jdrf,and will be walking around selling raffle tickets(great prizes)...so if you are approached by an 11 year old girl saying "heaps good" in a half aussie,half black country accent...then thats our emma!!!
      cheers paul.


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