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Apr, 19 2008
Tour de Cure
Mira Costa College, Cardiff Campus
Cardiff, CA, 92007
Tour de Cure is a cycling event sponsored by the American Diabetes Association. It was organized in order to increase people’s awareness of those with diabetes around us.
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May, 03 2008
Los Angeles Diabetes EXPO
Long Beach Convention Center
Long Beach, CA, 90802
Organized by American Diabetes Association: Free health screenings, advocacy, cooking and exercise demos, worksite wellness, Ask the Expert, breakout sessions and Spanish translators.
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May, 03 2008
Tour de Cure
Sacramento, CA, 94203
Tour de Cure is a cycling event sponsored by the American Diabetes Association. It was organized in order to increase people’s awareness of those with diabetes around us.
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May, 04 2008
Tour de Cure
Napa Valley, CA, 94558
Tour de Cure is a cycling event sponsored by the American Diabetes Association. It was organized in order to increase people’s awareness of those with diabetes around us.
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May, 18 2008
Tour de Cure
Thousand Oaks Community Park
Thousand Oaks, CA, 91319
Tour de Cure is a cycling event sponsored by the American Diabetes Association. It was organized in order to increase people’s awareness of those with diabetes around us.
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Jun, 08 2008
Tour de Cure
Palo Alto , CA, 94301
Tour de Cure is a cycling event sponsored by the American Diabetes Association. It was organized in order to increase people’s awareness of those with diabetes around us.
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Jun, 14 2008
Tour de Cure
Long Beach , CA, 90745
Tour de Cure is a cycling event sponsored by the American Diabetes Association. It was organized in order to increase people’s awareness of those with diabetes around us.
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Jun, 14 2008
Walk to cure diabetes with JDRF
Woodward Park
Fresno , CA, 93720
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund hosts their “Walk to Cure Diabetes” is a charity event aimed at aiding children with type I diabetes. It is a day of food, entertainment, and exercise for families living with type 1 diabetes.
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Oct, 05 2008
Walk to cure diabetes with JDRF
West Steps of the State Capitol
Sacramento, CA, 95814
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund hosts their “Walk to Cure Diabetes” is a charity event aimed at aiding children with type I diabetes. It is a day of food, entertainment, and exercise for families living with type 1 diabetes.
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Oct, 19 2008
Walk to cure diabetes with JDRF
Paramount Ranch
Thousand Oaks, CA, 91360
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund hosts their “Walk to Cure Diabetes” is a charity event aimed at aiding children with type I diabetes. It is a day of food, entertainment, and exercise for families living with type 1 diabetes.
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Nov, 01 2008
Walk to cure diabetes with JDRF
Dodger Stadium
Los Angeles, CA, 90012
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund hosts their “Walk to Cure Diabetes” is a charity event aimed at aiding children with type I diabetes. It is a day of food, entertainment, and exercise for families living with type 1 diabetes.
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Nov, 01 2008
Walk to cure diabetes with JDRF
Yokuts Park
Bakersfield, CA, 93309
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund hosts their “Walk to Cure Diabetes” is a charity event aimed at aiding children with type I diabetes. It is a day of food, entertainment, and exercise for families living with type 1 diabetes.
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Nov, 01 2008
Walk to cure diabetes with JDRF
Dodger Stadium
Los Angeles, CA, 90012
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund hosts their “Walk to Cure Diabetes” is a charity event aimed at aiding children with type I diabetes. It is a day of food, entertainment, and exercise for families living with type 1 diabetes.
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Nov, 02 2008
Walk to cure diabetes with JDRF
Heather Farm Park
Walnut Creek, CA, 94598
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund hosts their “Walk to Cure Diabetes” is a charity event aimed at aiding children with type I diabetes. It is a day of food, entertainment, and exercise for families living with type 1 diabetes. Visit CureType1.org for more information about the greater Bay Area Chapter and the Walk to Cure Diabetes in your area!
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Nov, 09 2008
Walk to cure diabetes with JDRF
University of California, Irvine
Orange County, CA, 92697
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund hosts their “Walk to Cure Diabetes” is a charity event aimed at aiding children with type I diabetes. It is a day of food, entertainment, and exercise for families living with type 1 diabetes.Please join us for our second year at the UCI campus! Also note that the start time of the walk has changed to 10:00 a.m. and that registration will now begin at 8:30 a.m.
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Feb, 07 2009
Crop Out Diabetes 2009
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Anaheim, CA, 00000
This is our 4th annual fundraiser for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). For complete details and additional information, visit our website: Crop Out Diabetes . You can check out our "feedback" on the site to see what other attendees have had to say about our events over the years. As locations are confirmed, a registration form will be added for that location. We also have a Yahoo! Group, if you would like to stay informed that way too: Crop Out Diabetes Yahoo! Group. If we don't have a crop in your area already scheduled, please e-mail me me if you're interested in being a coordinator.
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Apr, 18 2009
Tour de Cure
Mira Costa College, Cardiff Campus, One Barnard Drive
San Diego, CA, 92056
Join us for the inspiring 2009 Tour de Cure San Diego! Whether you are a first-timer, riding with your family or an avid cyclist, we have a course that is perfect for you. Everyone is sure to enjoy this unique day of fun, fitness, friendship and the personal satisfaction of completing a ride that moves us closer to finding a CURE for DIABETES!
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Apr, 25 2009
Los Angeles Diabetes Expo
"Long Beach Convention Center
Long Beach, CA, 90802
"Diabetes EXPO is for people with diabetes, those at risk for diabetes, and anyone interested in healthy living. Here's what to expect: How-to Product Demonstrations, Free Health Screenings, Healthy Cooking & Exercise Demonstrations, Exciting Workshops & Speakers, Interactive Youth Zone for kids of all ages, Medical Professionals on hand to answer questions "
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May, 16 2009
San Diego's 10th Annual Promise Ball
Hilton San Diego Bayfront, 1 Park Boulevard
San Diego, CA, 92101
This year’s Promise Ball – Hands Up for a Cure will be a night you won’t want to miss! Heather Finlay and Greg Flores will co-chair the spectacular event at the brand new Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel. Expect an evening of philanthropy and elegance featuring enhanced live and silent auctions, dinner, and a special entertainment provided by comedian Kevin Nealon. We anticipate another sellout with more than 650 guests attending. Our goal for Hands Up for a Cure is to raise $1.5 million for diabetes research, surpassing last year's phenomenal total of $1.3 million. For further information about Hands Up for a Cure, please call the JDRF office at 858-597-0240.
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May, 26 2009
TCOYD San Diego Mini-Series
1110 Camino Del Mar, Suite B
Del Mar, CA, 92014
If you live in San Diego, you have the ocean, the sun, year-round opportunity to be outdoors--AND the TCOYD San Diego Mini-Series! Here, in TCOYD's backyard, a team of medical professionals will once again volunteer their time and talents to provide a series of evening lectures for people with diabetes and their loved ones. No matter what type of diabetes you or a loved one may have, the TCOYD Mini-Series lectures are bound to provide you with up-to date, practical information and tips on dealing with diabetes and its complications. Hosted by TCOYD's founder and director Steven V. Edelman, MD, Mini-Series topics cover an array of important issues as they relate to people with diabetes such as heart, kidney, tooth and gastrointestinal health, hormones, weight loss, supplements and alternative medicines.
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May, 30 2009
Tour de Cure
The Queen Mary, 1126 Queens Hwy
Long Beach, CA, 90802
Join us to make Southern California cycling history as we bike across the famed Vincent Thomas and Gerald Desmond port bridges to raise much needed funds for the fight against diabetes. This once in a lifetime experience takes place on May 31, 2009 and only Ship to Shore riders raising funds for the American Diabetes Association are eligible. Beginning and ending at Long Beach’s legendary Queen Mary. The Ship to Shore offers five dynamic routes, including one featuring a mini harbor cruise and others featuring excursions around picturesque Palos Verdes
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May, 30 2009
WOW JAM
1881 W. Baseline Ave
San Bernardino, CA, 92411
"Our church is having a wowjam community outreach day and I decided to set up a booth for diabetes information. It will be in San Bernardino, CA ...we decided to take it to a region that needs our help, low income families, one of the highest crime rates in the nation....They do many booths...face painting for kids, bike repair, give away landscaping plants, free groceries, play games with kids.....it was kind of laying on my heart to do the diabetes booth....I could also use some help in pulling together quickly any kind of free information or products that could be handed out to help educate and increase awareness of diabetes. If you can't attend maybe you know of someone that could help with donations to give whether it be drinks, products, flyers, books, brochures...can use whatever you can give to hand out.....we expect 2000-3000 people...." -Jaimie Hernandez
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Jun, 14 2009
Tour de Cure
Hewlett Packard, 1501 Page Mill Road
Palo Alto, CA, 94304
Join the Silicon Valley Tour de Cure, and get ready for the ride of your life! Every mile you cycle and every dollar you raise bring us closer to finding a cure for diabetes. Register today and we'll help you all along the road to June 14th with training and fund-raising guidance. With four routes to choose from, passing through the breathtaking scenery of Portola Valley and Woodside communities, you will enjoy full support along the route and a champion's celebration at the finish line. Enjoy a delicious lunch, relaxing massages, live entertainment, a kids zone, and much more!
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Jun, 14 2009
Southern California Rip's BAD Ride
Oak Canyon Park in Orange County, 6700 E. Walnut Canyon Rd.
Anaheim, CA, 92805
Show off your bike! All participants will enjoy a fun-filled day of live music featuring the Fryed Brothers Band, a complimentary BBQ lunch, a performance by the Victor McLaglen Stunt Riders, vendors, Bike Show, Bike Games, Kids' Games and much more!
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Jun, 20 2009
TCOYD Native American Diabetes Conference
Doubletree Hotel Sacramento
Sacramento, CA, 95815
Guided by the belief that every person with diabetes has the right to live a healthy, happy, and productive life, Taking Control of Your Diabetes works to educate and motivate people with diabetes to take a more active role in their condition and to provide innovative and integrative continuing diabetes education to medical professionals caring for people with diabetes. The Indianapolis Convention will be a fantastic day for education and motivation.
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Jun, 26 2009 - Jun, 28 2009
Transition Family Camp
Camp Conrad-Chinnock
Compton, CA, 90220
Going away for the first time to a sleep-away camp can be challenging for any child. It is even more challenging for a child with diabetes. To assist in helping the parent and child adjust to the experiences at Camp Conrad-Chinnock, a Transition Family Camp is available for children 7 to 13 years old and their families. Transition Family Camp immediately precedes the Session 1 camp for the same age group, which ideally, the child with diabetes will stay for. As with other the other family camps, families will share a cabin. For activities, meals, snacks, and events, the children with diabetes will be in "cabin" groups by age with a cabin counselor. This cabin counselor would be the same counselor the child would have during Session 1. This unique opportunity enables the child and family to understand how diabetes is managed at camp, the activities available, and develop a relationship with cabin counselors and staff. The weekend even offers a sleep-over in the game lodge with cabin counselors! Mom and dad are able to sleep in the cabin while the child with diabetes is under the watchful eye of the cabin counselor and camp staff. Camp staff even take care of testing blood sugars in the middle of the night and before breakfast! The cost is $115 per person and financial assistance is available.
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Aug, 02 2009 - Aug, 08 2009
Diabetes Camp for Ages 13-17 (session 5)
Camp Conrad-Chinnock
Compton, CA, 90220
Located in the San Bernardino National Forest near Big Bear Lake, Camp Conrad-Chinnock offers recreational, social, and educational opportunities for youth with diabetes and their families. At Camp Conrad-Chinnock, having diabetes is the norm. Campers, medical, and program staff share friendship and support. Campers are taught diabetes self-management skills in a fun and interactive environment. Our program includes water activities in a heated pool, arts and crafts, nature activities, archery, a 35-foot activity adventure tower with high ropes, rappelling, rock climbing, and vertical “playpen”, hiking, theme days, lake canoeing, volleyball, basketball, and mountain biking along with medical education and encouragement toward self-awareness.
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Oct, 08 2009 - Oct, 10 2009
4th Annual Frontiers of Clinical Investigation
Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines; 10950 North Torrey Pines Road
La Jolla, CA, 92037
his symposium will provide unique insights and tools for optimizing and streamlining clinical investigation from discovery to drug development. Audience discussion and feedback will be encouraged throughout the presentations. For more information contact Ken Tomory [email protected] Phone: 858-822-1261 or Fax: 858-534-2606.
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Oct, 10 2009
TCOYD Santa Clara Conference & Health Fair
Santa Clara Convention Center
Santa Clara, CA, 95054
Guided by the belief that every person with diabetes has the right to live a healthy, happy, and productive life, Taking Control of Your Diabetes works to educate and motivate people with diabetes to take a more active role in their condition and to provide innovative and integrative continuing diabetes education to medical professionals caring for people with diabetes. The Indianapolis Convention will be a fantastic day for education and motivation.
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Oct, 24 2009
15th Annual TCOYD Diabetes Conference
San Diego Convention Center
San Diego, CA, 92101
Taking Control of Your Diabetes (TCOYD), a non-profit diabetes education organization, is hosting a conference, lunch and health fair from 9 am to 5 pm. Conference will feature national and local medical experts offering informative and motivational programs in diabetes care for people with all types of diabetes, those at risk for diabetes, and their loved ones. Pre-registration is $30 and on-site registration is $35 (begins at 7:30 am). Financial assistance is available. To register or get more information, call (800) 998-2693
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Nov, 07 2009
Walk to cure diabetes with JDRF
Yokuts Park
Bakersfield, CA,
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund hosts their “Walk to Cure Diabetes” is a charity event aimed at aiding children with type I diabetes. It is a day of food, entertainment, and exercise for families living with type 1 diabetes.
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Nov, 17 2009
What Could I, Should I, Can I Eat?
1110 Camino Del Mar, Suite B
Del Mar, CA, 92014
Take the guesswork out of what to eat. Impress your holiday guests with recipes that are demo’d tonight.
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Feb, 17 2010
Dealing with Diabetes – A Program for Teens
Whittier Institute for Diabetes
La Jolla, CA,
Frustrated, annoyed, tired of putting up with diabetes in your teen years? Fed up with being nagged? Wish you didn’t have to deal with it every day? During this 4-week program, learn strategies for dealing with diabetes, even when you don’t want to. Yes, you can manage diabetes and have a life.
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Feb, 24 2010 - Apr, 21 2010
The "Just for Parents of Recently Diagnosed" Progr
Whittier Institute for Diabetes
La Jolla, CA,
Learning that your child has diabetes can come as a shock. The technology and daily management necessary can be overwhelming. This four-hour workshop will focus on learning new ways to cope with the emotional and behavioral difficulties of diabetes in the family, ultimately to help reduce family stresses and conflicts, to discover ways to fit diabetes into an already busy family life, and to make peace with diabetes. Feb-24, 2010/ Mar-3,10,31, 2010/ Apr-7,14,21, 2010
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Feb, 27 2010
Sacramento TCOYD Conference & Health Fair
SACRAMENTO CONVENTION CENTER
Sacramento, CA, 95814
"TCOYD truly sees themselves as emissaries in the fight against diabetes. Their passion and dedication was contagious. They did an amazing job of creating a feeling of openness amongst volunteers and attendees so that everyone got something out of the conference."
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Mar, 13 2010
The ABC's of D4D
Nylabone Training Facility
Concord, CA,
Dogs4Diabetics is an innovative non-profit organization that provides quality medical alert assistance dogs to insulin-dependent diabetics through a program of training, placement, and follow-up services. Dogs4Diabetics assistance dogs have been specifically trained to identify, and more importantly, act upon the subtle scent changes that hypoglycemia (low blood glucose) creates in body chemistry, changes undetectable to their human companions.
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Mar, 14 2010
Getting on Track for Teens
Whittier Institute for Diabetes
La Jolla, CA,
This one-day workshop is designed for teens, focusing on diabetes "burnout" and the stresses that teens encounter when living with diabetes. Learn about the emotional pitfalls linked to diabetes, determine your own pattern of diabetes stresses, and develop personalized strategies for mastering the challenges of diabetes.
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Mar, 19 2010 - Mar, 20 2010
Living WELL With Complications
Offices of the The Behavioral Diabetes Institute
San Diego, CA,
This two-day interactive workshop is for those who are adjusting to life with complications of diabetes. On Friday afternoon, the members of this small group will have an opportunity to share their diabetes story and to get to know each other. Discussions will acknowledge grief and loss and work towards finding acceptance. On Saturday, the workshop will focus on building new coping skills to enhance the sense of wellness. This will include ways to cope with uncertainty, self-advocacy skills, identifying personal strengths and finding purpose in daily life.
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Apr, 15 2010
Men with Diabetes: Time for Some Honest Discussion
Sharp Building at Spectrum Center
, CA,
This small group focuses on the issues and complications of diabetes specifically as they relate to men. Come and share those “undiscussables” in a friendly, men-only forum. Space is limited.
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Apr, 17 2010
Getting on Track for Adults
Sharp Grossmont Hospital, "Briar Patch Annex"
La Mesa, CA,
This one-day workshop focuses on diabetes "burnout" and the stresses of living with diabetes. Learn about the emotional pitfalls linked to diabetes, determine your own pattern of diabetes stresses, and develop personalized strategies for mastering the challenges of diabetes. If you know what to do, but are having a hard time doing it, Getting On Track is for you.
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Apr, 20 2010
Defeating the Depression/Diabetes Connection
Sharp Building at Spectrum Center
, CA,
An evening workshop to identify and begin addressing the unique problems of people with diabetes struggling with depression. Depression is more common in people with diabetes, can be tougher to treat, and makes diabetes harder to manage. In this program, you will develop a personalized action plan for overcoming this negative cycle.
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Jun, 13 2010
13th Annual Southern California BAD Ride
Oak Canyon Park
Orange City, CA,
Rip's B.A.D Ride—Bikers Against Diabetes—is a motorcycle fundraising ride and family festival of the American Diabetes Association. This event unites the biker nation in the fight against diabetes with a full day of great riding, big entertainment, delicious food, lots of activities and a good vibe! The B.A.D Ride was started in Southern California by Rip Rose, a biker and photojournalist for Easyriders, who wanted to bring the biker nation together in the fight against diabetes. Today, that dream is a reality.
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Jun, 18 2010 - Jun, 21 2010
Diabetes Family Camp
Camp Conrad-Chinnock
Compton, CA, 90220
Because Diabetes is a condition impacting the entire family, Diabetic Youth Services, Inc. program at Camp Conrad-Chinnock enables families to learn about diabetes and share common experiences with other families in a fun and supportive environment. Our top notch program includes workshops on diabetes, parenting issues for adults, stress management, and activities for the whole family. Medical staff is on-site throughout the entire session. All meals and snacks are carefully planned and provided. Family camps begin at lunch, run for three (3) nights, and conclude at lunch on the final day. Generally, approximately two families, depending on each of their sizes, share a cabin during family camps. The cost is $205 per person and financial assistance is available.
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Oregon

Events
Jul, 26 2008
Tour de Cure
Mount Hood , OR, 97041
Tour de Cure is a cycling event sponsored by the American Diabetes Association. It was organized in order to increase people’s awareness of those with diabetes around us.
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Sep, 28 2008
Walk to cure diabetes with JDRF
Oaks Amusement park
Portland, OR, 97202
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund hosts their “Walk to Cure Diabetes” is a charity event aimed at aiding children with type I diabetes. It is a day of food, entertainment, and exercise for families living with type 1 diabetes.
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Feb, 21 2009
Diabetes Expo
Oregon Convention Center
Portland , OR, 97232
An ADA Diabetes EXPO is for all people affected by diabetes, and anyone interested in healthy eating and active living. The event that began in 1995 in Phoenix, Arizona has grown to 18, metro, major and mid size cities around the country and more sites are being considered.The ADA Diabetes EXPO contains highly interactive events that include professional speakers, access to health providers, a variety of ADA program/event information, exercise and cooking demonstrations and much more.
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Jul, 25 2009
Tour de Cure
Hillsboro Stadium, 4450 NW 229th Avenue
Portland, OR, 97124
After 13 years on the mountain, the Oregon/SW Washington Tour de Cure is moving to the rolling hills of the Willamette Valley. The new ride will feature user friendly roads, beautiful scenic vistas, captivating views of the Cascades and a start/finish setting that encourages family participation for one and all. The Hillsboro Stadium will be the new start/finish location with four well planned routes to challenge riders of all levels, including a full century ride that features a 1600 ft. climb. Or, spend the day at the stadium participating in family activities ranging from tricycle laps, bike decorating contests, climbing walls and other activities promoting health and wellness.
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Washington

Events
Apr, 19 2008
Seattle Diabetes EXPO
West Hall (located between Qwest and Safeco Fields)
Seattle, WA, 98134
Organized by American Diabetes Association: Free health screenings, advocacy, cooking and exercise demos, worksite wellness, Ask the Expert, breakout sessions and Spanish translators.
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May, 17 2008
Tour de Cure
Marymoor Park
Redmond, WA, 98052
Tour de Cure is a cycling event sponsored by the American Diabetes Association. It was organized in order to increase people’s awareness of those with diabetes around us.
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May, 18 2008
Walk to cure diabetes with JDRF
Husky Stadium
Seattle , WA, 98105
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund hosts their “Walk to Cure Diabetes” is a charity event aimed at aiding children with type I diabetes. It is a day of food, entertainment, and exercise for families living with type 1 diabetes.
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May, 31 2008
Walk to cure diabetes with JDRF
Point Defiance Park
Tacoma, WA, 98407
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund hosts their “Walk to Cure Diabetes” is a charity event aimed at aiding children with type I diabetes. It is a day of food, entertainment, and exercise for families living with type 1 diabetes.
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Sep, 27 2008
Walk to cure diabetes with JDRF
Riverfront Park
Spokane, WA, 99201
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund hosts their “Walk to Cure Diabetes” is a charity event aimed at aiding children with type I diabetes. It is a day of food, entertainment, and exercise for families living with type 1 diabetes.
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