Running for testicular and prostate cancer awareness

2015-11-04 06:00
Runners and walkers from last year’s Ball-duh-Dash run. PHOTO: supplied

Runners and walkers from last year’s Ball-duh-Dash run. PHOTO: supplied

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IT’S almost time for the Ball-duh-Dash run to raise awareness of testicular and prostate cancer.

Men are challenged to enter the four-kilometre fun run-walk for men and boys and support More Balls Than Most (MBTM) at Maritzburg College on Friday, 6 November at 4.30pm.

Entries can be made at the Community Chest offices at 12 Stranack Street at a cost of R100, that includes the 2015 shorts to run in. All funds raised will be donated to MBTM – the brother company of Pink Drive.

For more information, contact Sma Sokhela at sma@communitychest.org.za or Angie­ Narayanan at chestpro@communitychest.org.za) on 033 394 1031. – Supplied.

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