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March for Melanoma

01 Apr 2010

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Waterfront City Piazza was the perfect venue for the fourth annual March for Melanoma on March 13.

The event connects those touched by Skin Cancer and Melanoma by supporting survivors and promoting awareness.

The 4km walk was along the waterfront including Harbour Town Shopping Centre and Docklands Park and finished at the Piazza.

It could not have been a more perfect day with the event attracting a good crowd who enjoyed fantastic entertainment by an all female line up.

The tribute to Eva Cassidy was a huge success with the magnificent voice of Milly Moodie.

The Emily Tapp Melanoma Foundation thanked all who participated, especially those who traveled from the country.  The foundation also thanks all the volunteers and Waterfront City Management for making it a very special day to remember.  

The march will be back in next year on Sunday March 6 with a 4km walk and an 8km run. It will also incorporate a Health, Wellbeing and Support Day.

If you wish to contact the organiser Louise White, email (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or check the foundation website at  http://www.emilysfoundation.org.au

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