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CSU Rams for Babies

March 13, 2009

Tell friends and family about the walk because you can make a difference today.

The March of Dimes is an organization to help raise money to improve the health of babies.

The event starts at 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 25 at Edora Park, 1420 East Stuart Street.

About the march

The March for Babies is the nation's oldest walking event and has raised over $1 billion, making it the biggest fundraiser for the March of Dimes. This money is invested in research, community services, education and advocacy.

It is a 5 mile route. Breakfeast and lunch are provided. There is live entertainment and prize drawings all day. The point is for people to sign up and donate money, but you can walk for free.

Rams stepping up

"CSU Rams for Babies" is dedicated to raising money for this event -- anyone can join the team.  The Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Department is the CSU sponsor of this event.

To sign up, visit March for Babies and click on the "Join a Team" and search for "CSU Rams for Babies". If you need more information, please contact Amanda Limbeck at

Contact: Amanda Limbeck
Phone: (970) 308-9169