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Making Tracks for Celiacs

6th Annual Walk/Run for Celiac Disease

Saturday, May 19, 2007

Holy Family Catholic High School

NEW Location: 8101 Kochia Lane, Victoria, MN  55386

Registration and activities start at 8:30 a.m.

Walk/Run starts at 10:00 a.m.


Honorary Chairperson Rich Gannon

2002 NFL MVP

Entry fees: $15.00 for 5K Fun Run includes a water bottle and a door prize ticket.

Registration is free for walkers, but we do request that walkers obtain donations/pledges from supporters.  Registration form is entry for prize drawings.

Raffle/Door Prizes: Tickets are $1 each for raffle and there will be number of door prizes.

Kids’ Activities: Join Goldy Gopher and all the kids for some fun activities and races.

Runners’ Awards: Awards to first place guy and gal runners and first place youth runner.

Don’t forget Corporate Matching Gift Programs.  It’s an easy way to generate even more contributions to the walk.  Check out the criteria at your company!

We accept all donations at the Registration Area the day of the walk.

Cash or checks are accepted.  All checks should be made payable to “UMB Fdt-Ctr for Celiac Research”.

If you would like to make a donation or have collected donations but are unable to attend the walk, mail your donation(s) to the following address by May 19, 2007.

Making Tracks for Celiacs

15470 County Rd. 35

Elk River, MN  55330

Registration Forms – visit

Print this out and bring it fully completed to the walk/run for each individual.  Printing and completing now will save you time in line at the walk and remember,registration is free for walkers.  Fun Run requires a $15 fee.

Pledge Form – visit

Print this out for use in keeping track from whom you collected donations.  Remember to send a thank you note!

Please no rollerblades, bicycles or scooters on the walk.

Questions: Ann Snuggerud 952-443-1349 or

Help us find a cure for Celiac Disease! Majority of money raised will go to the

University of Maryland – Center for Celiac Research

Celiac Disease affects 1 out of every 133 Americans. It is an autoimmune disorder that affects the stomach and intestines when gluten – a protein in wheat, barley and rye and their derivatives – is ingested. Left untreated, it can lead to vitamin deficiencies, osteoporosis, infertility, dental enamel defects and cancer.