KNOXVILLE, Tenn Making Strides
Sunday, October 6
World's Fair Park
2pm – Registration begins
2:30pm – Opening Ceremony begins
3pm- 3 mile walk begins
The North Lot: from within the Park, continue along World’s Fair Park Drive to the stop sign/Grand Ave. At the stop sign, turn LEFT, crossing the railroad tracks and immediately turn LEFT again into the Parking Lot. This is the North Lot and the public parking area for World’s Fair Park.
The Fort Kid Lot: from within the North Lot, continue thru the North Lot up the hill toward the Knoxville Museum of Art. At the street, which is the continuation of World’s Fair Park Drive from within the Park, turn RIGHT and make an immediate LEFT into the Parking Lot across the street from the Museum. This is the Fort Kid Lot and is another public parking area for World’s Fair Park.
The Blackstock Lot: from within the Park,
Cars, Pick-up Trucks, SUVs, Cargo Vans, etc.: continue along World’s Fair Park Drive to the stop sign/Grand Ave. At the stop sign, turn LEFT, crossing the railroad tracks and pass The Foundry on the right (brown brick building with green awning at front). Just past The Foundry, take the FIRST RIGHT you come to, which is at a small parking lot. Keep straight underneath the Railroad Bridge to enter the Blackstock Lot. This is a public parking area for World’s Fair Park
Semi-Trucks, Buses, RVs, Box-Trucks, etc.: continue along World’s Fair Park Drive to the stop sign/Grand Ave. At the stop sign, turn LEFT onto Grand Ave and continue down until you come to 17th Street. Turn RIGHT onto 17th Street and go to the traffic light at Dale Ave (this is a ONE-WAY Street). Turn RIGHT onto Dale Ave and KEEP RIGHT when the road splits to get on Blackstock Ave (this is a TWO-WAY Street). The Blackstock Lot will be on the RIGHT with the fence around it; there are two entrances.
Something special for Survivors:
Coach Moore who cheerfully and generously hauls "special" guests to "special" events with Care 365 (days a year) is at it again.
You may have seen him chauffeuring LPGA member Belin Mozo and Special Olympics Athlete Alex Notte to the prom earlier this year.
He has taken many teens with physical challenges to their proms and always at no charge, through his program, Care 365.
And now he wants a Breast Cancer Survivor and guest to get the same experience. A night out to celebrate life!
Hayley Goldfeld is a breast cancer survivor and also one of the American Cancer Society's Reach to Recovery and Making Strides volunteers.
She's encouraging survivors, friends, and family to attend on Sunday to celebrate.
You can register online or on the day of the event, and there is no registration fee.
Sign up and walk on Local 8 News Anchor Amanda Hara's team!
All Breast Cancer survivors will receive a pink Making Strides hat and be entered to win the evening out for two including the limo ride provided by Coach Moore's Care 365. Grab the link to learn how his limo company, TCD Limos helps fund Care 365.
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