October 21, 2016, 7:00pm - October 21, 2016, 10:00pm
Join us for a drink and support a cure for diabetes at State Restaurant on October 21st! Enjoy a night of good company while also contributing to cure diabetes.
$50 entry includes a wristband for 3-hour open bar (well/call liquor, MIller/Coors drafts) and food. A portion of every wristband benefits the Chicago Diabetes Project and helps to advance research for a functional cure.
Purchase your wristband or make a donation online at www.eventbrite.com/e/chicago-diabetes-project-fundraiser-tickets-28165770578.
Call the Chicago Diabetes Project at (312) 413-3011 for more information.
Why do you run? If you're like Lyndsay you're running for a cure.
Among the 40,000 participants in the Bank of America Chicago Marathon there is a special group of 49 runners who will be running to cure diabetes. They are a part of Team Cellmates on the Run and as a team their goal is to raise $50,000 to "outrun" diabetes.
If you are on the course on October 9th make sure to cheer and encourage our team members just like Lyndsay as they get ready to cross the finish line at the Chicago Marathon!
Summer might be coming to an end but don't pack your swimsuits quite yet! You'll need them for the annual Chicago Santa Speedo Run on December 3rd. Registration is now open! #chicagosantaspeedorun #functionalcure ...
Chicago Santa Speedo Run 2016
December 3, 2016, 11:00am - December 3, 2016, 2:00pm
NEW LOCATION: McFadden's, 1206 N State St, Chicago, IL
Order tickets at ChicagoSantaSpeedoRun.com!
Naughty or nice....
Buddhist, Sikh, Christian or Jew...
Santa wants YOU to be part of his SPEEDO...bikini...snowsuit ... RUNNING crew!
What: Santa Speedo Run (1 mile down Rush street and back up Michigan Ave)
When: Saturday, December 3rd (11am open bar, 1 mile race 1:00pm, and an afternoon of Santa mayhem!)
Where: McFadden's, 1206 N State Street, Chicago
Who: All elves, reindeer, santas...
Attire: speedos and swimsuits encouraged... snowpants, sweatshirts, and parkas completely acceptable! Wear your best costume underneath and at the stroke of 1pm, we will strip down to the speedos and get our run on! Please note while speedos are encouraged, you don't have to run or wear a speedo...as long as its festive!
Open bar starts at 11am and lasts 3 hours. $50 cover charge inludes domestic beer and well drinks, and a Santa Hat.
Flip Cup tourney, raffle, prizes, contest and North Pole dancing!
All proceeds go to the Chicago Diabetes Project!
Next month, on Wednesday, October 5th we will recognize the 6th anniversary of my son’s diagnosis with type one diabetes. In the diabetes community, we call this day our diaversary. Six years ago, on October 5, 2010, we discovered Bernie was sick and that he was going to be sick for the rest of his life. Back then I knew, days before, that he had diabetes. [ 590 more words ]
Based in Chicago at the University of Illinois Hospital and Health Services, the Chicago Diabetes Project is a collection of scientists, researchers, physicians and surgeons spanning the globe who have a two-fold mission to cure diabetes.