BALTIMORE, May 20 /PRNewswire/ -- From a group of equestrians gathering for a cause to a June walk for charity,volunteers pull out all the stops this spring for The Red Devils, a non-profit working to improve the quality-of-life for Maryland breast cancer patients and their families. Through a partnership with 36 hospitals
Below is a listing of June events that support The Red Devils.
Saturday, June 5 "Ride the Trail to the Cure" organized by the League of Maryland Horsemen. The three-hour ride through Patapsco State Park starts at 10:00 a.m., weather permitting, from the League's property at 8067 Henryton Road, Marriottsville, MD 21104. Minimum $50 donation requested. Pony rides for children, silent auction & more. Log on to http://ridetothecure.kintera.org
Sunday, June 13 Heart and Sole Stroll - the signature fundraising event of the year for The Red Devils. Don your sneakers and come out for the 2.4-mile walk through nature around Centennial Lake in Howard County.
Enter Centennial Park via the South Entrance, 10000 Rte. 108 in Ellicott City, MD and follow the signs to Pavilion A. The walk starts at 10:00 a.m. rain or shine (9:00 a.m. registration). Presenting sponsors are Under Armour and MIX 106.5 Radio. A host of activities is planned, including entertainment for children. Enter your dog in the "Devil Dog Parade." Prizes for top fundraisers; raffle and more. Register now on-line at www.heartandsolestroll.com
Cost: $35 individuals; $70 families. Formation of teams is especially encouraged.
Founded in 2002, The Red Devils is funded through individual and corporate donations as well as contributions from foundations including the national as well as Maryland Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Visit www.the-red-devils.org or call 410-323-0135.
Media Contact: Liz Chuday, 410-464-1100; firstname.lastname@example.org
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