|Location:||Shoreline Aquatic Park, Long Beach|
|Schedule:||7:00 AM Registration Opens | 8:30 AM Program Begins | 11:00am Partners Plaza Closes|
|Course Route:||3K Family Fun Walk 5K Run/Walk|
714-834-1111 ext 221
About Walk With Me Southern California 2015
Welcome to Easter Seals Southern California's Walk With Me 2015!
Easter Seals Southern California welcomes you to walk, skip, run, stroll, or roll along the shoreline of Long Beach on Saturday, November 14, 2015! Meet us at Shoreline Aquatic Park (located behind the Aquarium of the Pacific) for some fun in the sun while enjoying a 3K Family Fun Walk and/or a 5K Run/Walk for the whole family.
Sign up by September 4 to receive the Early Bird discount of $5 off general registration using code EB2015 for $25 per person AND be entered into a drawing to receive a $250 Visa Gift Card (see details under Walker and Team Prizes). Day of Registration is $35 and children 12 years and under walk for FREE!
You not only receive a special 15th Anniversary Walk With Me Shirt and Medal, you can also enjoy our Partners Plaza with vendor booths offering snacks, drink samples, games, opportunity drawings, and fun photo area! Your participation will help Easter Seals Southern California to provide services and support for individuals to live, learn, work, and play in their communities.
Keep up to date on information regarding the event by joining out event on Facebook
Why We Walk?
We walk for Salina, who after suffering a traumatic brain injury, is working with Easter Seals Adult Day Services to achieve her goals of finding meaningful employment, living on her own, and walking again!
We walk for Diego, a Marine veteran injured during an ambush in Iraq, find meaningful employment through Easter Seals WorkFirst program after searching for 4 long years without success.
We walk for Justin, Jayson and Jeremiah, triplets born prematurely, gain valuable early education skills through Easter Seals Child Development Centers that will prepare them for success in kindergarten and life beyond.
We walk for Paul, who after living for 40 years in a state-run developmental center, finally moved into an Easter Seals Living Options home with his own room, his own full-size bed, and only three other housemates.