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Over 400 to Walk for the Cure

(Source: KAIT) (Source: KAIT)
(Source: Senath Women's Club on Facebook) (Source: Senath Women's Club on Facebook)
SENATH, MO (KAIT) -

A big event to raise breast cancer awareness in southeast Missouri is set for Saturday.

The 10th annual Walk for the Cure is Saturday, Oct. 15, in Senath at 8:30 a.m. at the city park.

It costs $20 to participate in the walk. The entry fee includes a shirt, goody bag, refreshments, and entry into a drawing for a door prize.

The Senath Women’s Club sponsors the event and said over 400 walkers have already signed up.

Everyone is invited to attend.

The money raised at the event will be divided between Misty’s Mission, ICARE, the Hope Project, and a national research organization.

Those interested can register the day of the walk.

For more information, visit the Senath Women’s Club Facebook page. 

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